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Just inherited this Daytona - can anybody identify and tell more about it, probably want to sell, any idea about price?

Thanks
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I hate to be the bearer of bad news but that is fake.  The Daytona does not have a day or date function on their subdials.


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Rolex warranty yo

 

But will they extend this to Tudor, I ask?

 

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awesomeness

 

Looking wonderful, and welcome back bromance.

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Hi all,

You (likely do not) remember my questions on the RSC in NY and having them take a look at my BLNR that was running quite fast. I popped up there, within 45 minutes, they had pressure tested, regulated to +1 second, and covered both services for free. I was on my way and a happy camper. Great result!
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But will they extend this to Tudor, I ask?

Dat iz good question Mimo wink.gif Let me ask my AD.
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While an extra year is nice, as someone who recently purchased a Rolex earlier this year, I'm disappointed they didn't include watches purchased in the last 12 months in the 5 year warranty group. Frankly, there's no reason not to, and it would generate goodwill.
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While an extra year is nice, as someone who recently purchased a Rolex earlier this year, I'm disappointed they didn't include watches purchased in the last 12 months in the 5 year warranty group. Frankly, there's no reason not to, and it would generate goodwill.


I think it's a great promotion, but frankly if you bought a Rolex you generally won't need to worry about it anyway.

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Headed to Barcelona tomorrow and am deciding between my Rolex and my beater.

I hear pickpockets and thieves are quite aggressive in Barcelona... like to target tourists with nice things...
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Leave the nice watch at home. And go with the firm assumption that anyone who approaches you unsolicited, or "accidentally" obstructs you, on the street is trying to distract you long enough to rob you. Sad, but generally true.

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Headed to Barcelona tomorrow and am deciding between my Rolex and my beater.

I hear pickpockets and thieves are quite aggressive in Barcelona... like to target tourists with nice things...

I don't think it is more dangerous than any other big city.
I lived there for a couple of years and it is not that bad. I mean, you have to take care and do not flash things, behave calling attention etc.
What they look after are unattended bags, backpacks, wallets that are easy to pick (i.e. placed in you back pockets).
So wear your Rolex with confidence. I always wear my Omega wherever I go and no problems at all.
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I wandered around Barcelona with my Ex II - no problem at all.
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^ And nobody just came up and ripped it off your arm? Or just tore your arm right off with the watch still on it? Whew.
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Yeah I'm sure it'll be fine.

My number 1 rule in any big city I'm not familiar with is to ignore anyone who tries to engage me on the street. That's half the battle.

Then there's the beach factor. But a bit of volleyball wouldn't hurt a GMT... Right?
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Yeah I'm sure it'll be fine.

My number 1 rule in any big city I'm not familiar with is to ignore anyone who tries to engage me on the street. That's half the battle.

Then there's the beach factor. But a bit of volleyball wouldn't hurt a GMT... Right?


I remember someone posting some pictures of themselves mountain biking and I think they took a Rolex along.  

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