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post #1 of 15
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http://www.tiffany.com/shoppin....atches& Besides Tiffany boutiques, are there any online retailers that might have this watch? In Montreal I know that Ogilvy's has Tiffany watches. Thanks for any help.
post #2 of 15
Do you know the german brand UNION Glasshutte? They make a similar shape and are better than Tiffany for the same price or close.
post #3 of 15
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Do you know the german brand UNION Glasshutte? They make a similar shape and are better than Tiffany for the same price or close.
No I don't. Do they have a website? I'll check it out. The thing is I haven't seen this watch in person, so I don't know it's real size. This Tiffany could be very small/very big. They don't give size measurements.
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(ernest @ 21 Nov. 2004, 4:39) Do you know the german brand UNION Glasshutte? They make a similar shape and are better than Tiffany for the same price or close.
No I don't. Do they have a website? I'll check it out. The thing is I haven't seen this watch in person, so I don't know it's real size. This Tiffany could be very small/very big. They don't give size measurements.
I was just talking about the first Tiffany you see on their site. But I guess that finally I made a mistake because it may be another brand, Roth I guess.
post #5 of 15
I confirm, this is Danlel Roth http://www.network54.com/Forum....7846036
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(ernest @ 21 Nov. 2004, 4:39) Do you know the german brand UNION Glasshutte? They make a similar shape and are better than Tiffany for the same price or close.
No I don't. Do they have a website? I'll check it out. The thing is I haven't seen this watch in person, so I don't know it's real size. This Tiffany could be very small/very big. They don't give size measurements.
3 differents things = picture watch watch one wrist
post #7 of 15
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(PHV @ 22 Nov. 2004, 02:18)
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Originally Posted by ernest,21 Nov. 2004, 4:39
Do you know the german brand UNION Glasshutte? They make a similar shape and are better than Tiffany for the same price or close.
No I don't. Do they have a website? I'll check it out. The thing is I haven't seen this watch in person, so I don't know it's real size. This Tiffany could be very small/very big. They don't give size measurements.
3 differents things = picture watch watch one wrist
Wow, beautiful watches. I think I'll consider the Daniel Roths instead of the Tiffany. They have Roth at Birks. I'll go look tommorow.
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(ernest @ 21 Nov. 2004, 5:22)
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Originally Posted by PHV,22 Nov. 2004, 02:18
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Originally Posted by ernest,21 Nov. 2004, 4:39
Do you know the german brand UNION Glasshutte? They make a similar shape and are better than Tiffany for the same price or close.
No I don't. Do they have a website? I'll check it out. The thing is I haven't seen this watch in person, so I don't know it's real size. This Tiffany could be very small/very big. They don't give size measurements.
3 differents things = picture watch watch one wrist
Wow, beautiful watches. I think I'll consider the Daniel Roths instead of the Tiffany. They have Roth at Birks. I'll go look tommorow.
You see, you need to learn more about watches to realise little by little that your watches are just craps...
post #9 of 15
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(PHV @ 22 Nov. 2004, 03:21)
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Originally Posted by ernest,21 Nov. 2004, 5:22
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Originally Posted by PHV,22 Nov. 2004, 02:18
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Originally Posted by ernest,21 Nov. 2004, 4:39
Do you know the german brand UNION Glasshutte? They make a similar shape and are better than Tiffany for the same price or close.
No I don't. Do they have a website? I'll check it out. The thing is I haven't seen this watch in person, so I don't know it's real size. This Tiffany could be very small/very big. They don't give size measurements.
3 differents things = picture watch watch one wrist
Wow, beautiful watches. I think I'll consider the Daniel Roths instead of the Tiffany. They have Roth at Birks. I'll go look tommorow.
You see, you need to learn more about watches to realise little by little that your watches are just craps...
Ernest, besides literacy, you need to develop something called "tact". While the movements of my watches might be of lesser quality, they are not crap. They are beautiful watches, despite what YOU may think of them.
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(ernest @ 22 Nov. 2004, 10:52)
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Originally Posted by PHV,22 Nov. 2004, 03:21
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Originally Posted by ernest,21 Nov. 2004, 5:22
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Originally Posted by PHV,22 Nov. 2004, 02:18
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Originally Posted by ernest,21 Nov. 2004, 4:39
Do you know the german brand UNION Glasshutte? They make a similar shape and are better than Tiffany for the same price or close.
No I don't. Do they have a website? I'll check it out. The thing is I haven't seen this watch in person, so I don't know it's real size. This Tiffany could be very small/very big. They don't give size measurements.
3 differents things = picture watch watch one wrist
Wow, beautiful watches. I think I'll consider the Daniel Roths instead of the Tiffany. They have Roth at Birks. I'll go look tommorow.
You see, you need to learn more about watches to realise little by little that your watches are just craps...
Ernest, besides literacy, you need to develop something called "tact". While the movements of my watches might be of lesser quality, they are not crap. They are beautiful watches, despite what YOU may think of them.
Inside, this is crap = quartz that worth no more than $100 though the watch is $3000.
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(PHV @ 22 Nov. 2004, 9:21)
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Originally Posted by ernest,22 Nov. 2004, 10:52
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Originally Posted by PHV,22 Nov. 2004, 03:21
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Originally Posted by ernest,21 Nov. 2004, 5:22
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Originally Posted by PHV,22 Nov. 2004, 02:18
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Originally Posted by ernest,21 Nov. 2004, 4:39
Do you know the german brand UNION Glasshutte? They make a similar shape and are better than Tiffany for the same price or close.
No I don't. Do they have a website? I'll check it out. The thing is I haven't seen this watch in person, so I don't know it's real size. This Tiffany could be very small/very big. They don't give size measurements.
3 differents things = picture watch watch one wrist
Wow, beautiful watches. I think I'll consider the Daniel Roths instead of the Tiffany. They have Roth at Birks. I'll go look tommorow.
You see, you need to learn more about watches to realise little by little that your watches are just craps...
Ernest, besides literacy, you need to develop something called "tact". While the movements of my watches might be of lesser quality, they are not crap. They are beautiful watches, despite what YOU may think of them.
Inside, this is crap = quartz that worth no more than $100 though the watch is $3000.
Like I say, I don't care. It keeps time well. At the moment I have much more important things to worry about than if the movement of my watch is the best in the world.
post #12 of 15
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At the moment I have much more important things to worry about than if the movement of my watch is the best in the world.
Like searching a Tiffany?
post #13 of 15
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(PHV @ 22 Nov. 2004, 9:29) At the moment I have much more important things to worry about than if the movement of my watch is the best in the world.
Like searching a Tiffany?
Why not? Like I said, I don't care about movement. Therefore a watch like a Tiffany is quite fine for me.
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(ernest @ 22 Nov. 2004, 12:32)
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At the moment I have much more important things to worry about than if the movement of my watch is the best in the world.
Like searching a Tiffany?
Why not? Like I said, I don't care about movement. Therefore a watch like a Tiffany is quite fine for me.
Because it is more usefull to learn about your watches than searching a new one.
post #15 of 15
shut the hell up, ernest
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