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2 200 euros for a wallet ?

manouche

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I saw a Dunhill Alligator coat wallet @ 2 200 euros.

First I thought that it was very expensive but once home I measured that with the wallet, one could make 11 watch strapes.

As a strap costs about 200 euros, the price of the wallet sounds logical.


Is it expensive ?
 

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Originally Posted by manouche
I saw a Dunhill Alligator coat wallet @ 2 200 euros.

First I thought that it was very expensive but once home I measured that with the wallet, one could make 11 watch strapes.

As a strap costs about 200 euros, the price of the wallet sounds logical.


Is it expensive ?


YOU JUMPED the SHARK!!!! HAHAHAHAhhhaaaaaaa
 

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Really depends on how the company chooses the skins it uses. It should be flawless croc skin... no scars, no imperfections.
 

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Originally Posted by emmanuel
Really depends on how the company chooses the skins it uses. It should be flawless croc skin... no scars, no imperfections.

It is very smooth and flexible, scales don't go off at all, they are like plastic.
 

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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo
Manouche = man + douche, yes?

No, manouche = man + ouche
 

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Why buy one when you can have two at twice the price...
 

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