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The OP may want to check and see what the official warranty is on Tudor.  Not positive if Tudor has the same warranty as Rolex.  However, some one here posted that Rolex extended the warranty on watches bought after some date in 2013 to 3 years and any watches purchased after July 1 will have a 5 year warranty.  I haven't looked into that, but if the OP is considering a purchase, it might be worth looking into and seeing if Tudor will be doing the same thing with their warranty. 

This thread (which I haven't read) discusses it:
https://www.rolexforums.com/showthread.php?t=417631
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There's always room for sticky toffee pudding.

Hellz yeah.
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I thought I would come see the experts here to get an opinion on a watch:

 

I have a Maurice LaCroix Pontos Rectangulaire that was given to me last year. While I think it looks great, I've only worn it a couple of times and cant see it featuring more often on my wrist. My questions are, what are your thoughts on ML in general, and is it worth it to try and sell? 

 

Thanks for your thoughts.

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I thought I would come see the experts here to get an opinion on a watch:

 

I have a Maurice LaCroix Pontos Rectangulaire that was given to me last year. While I think it looks great, I've only worn it a couple of times and cant see it featuring more often on my wrist. My questions are, what are your thoughts on ML in general, and is it worth it to try and sell? 

 

Thanks for your thoughts.

If you don't love it and it doesn't have any sentimental value, then perhaps you should look into what you could get selling or trading it toward something you want.  

 

As for general thoughts on ML, I'm not really sure how to answer that - its a brand that has never interested me- but they have been around for many years so someone must be purchasing them.  They are not a brand that will typically have very high resale value so you may want to do a little on line research (ebay, or at other dedicated watch sites that have sales areas) to see what you can get for it and then make a decision regarding what to do (sell/trade/keep).  Wishing you luck.  

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If you don't love it and it doesn't have any sentimental value, then perhaps you should look into what you could get selling or trading it toward something you want.  

 

As for general thoughts on ML, I'm not really sure how to answer that - its a brand that has never interested me- but they have been around for many years so someone must be purchasing them.  They are not a brand that will typically have very high resale value so you may want to do a little on line research (ebay, or at other dedicated watch sites that have sales areas) to see what you can get for it and then make a decision regarding what to do (sell/trade/keep).  Wishing you luck.  

Thanks for your input. Any thoughts on where to sell? While I've bought things on ebay, I have never sold anything, and I assume that would make things a little more difficult. The low price for the same watch on ebay right now is $899, which I would be more than happy with, but I dont know if any are selling at that price.

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^I've had pretty good luck selling on some of the watch forums' classified. Less fees than ebay too.
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Gents, I did it. Just put refundable deposit for PP 5711. I'm in shock.
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Gents, I did it. Just put refundable deposit for PP 5711. I'm in shock.

Speechless.
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Gents, I did it. Just put refundable deposit for PP 5711. I'm in shock.

eek.gifworship.gif
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Gents, I did it. Just put refundable deposit for PP 5711. I'm in shock.

KABOOM!
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Mazel Tov! Huge pickup
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Gents, I did it. Just put refundable deposit for PP 5711. I'm in shock.


In my opinion the most elegant sports watch out there.

 

HUGE Congrats!!!!!!

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Speechless.

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KABOOM!

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Mazel Tov! Huge pickup
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In my opinion the most elegant sports watch out there.

HUGE Congrats!!!!!!

Thanks Gents.

I'm getting insane deal from my AD and half of the watch is being covered as milestone present from my family. My seven months old daughter will own it in the future. (Yes Frilly, I used your tactics wink.gif.

The wait begins, I have 2 people in front of me.
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Will they adopt me??
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Will they adopt me??


They probably would, but since your a BOOT GUY.

 

 

NO!!!

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