Fat Cat Seikos which can cost double a Panerai

» Posted by on Jul 14, 2012 in General | 5 comments


No words needed.

In typical understated nature of advertising, yet over the top designs, SEIKO has had these for years…about 5 years.

VERY limited..as in MORE limited than most Swiss can think of.

 

5 Comments

  1. Hi Bernard, sorry I hope you don’t mind me asking…
    Would you be keen on my SBGR075 and SBGW003? I don’t wear them much after getting my SBGE001. I would like my watches to go to a good owner who cherishes them. Hope I don’t cause any offense. Thanks.

    • Bernard Cheong

      Hi Clement,
      I own these already. BUT..they are evry highly sought after pieces.
      How much would you wish to part with?
      I am sure I can find some singaporean collector.
      IF you wish.
      Bernard

  2. Dear Bernard, thank you that would be very nice of you. On the local forums, sadly nobody is keen on seikos. I am looking to get around 7k for each. Parctically new and well pampered. I am open to reasonable offers too. Once again, thank you very much for your generous help.

    • Bernard Cheong

      Clement..feel free to post onto this site..what you wish to sell for, how much, etc.
      I want this site to allow honest and open posting or sell/buy stuff.
      No bullshit etc etc moderating to please brands..we have enough of all that on the www.
      I am here for anyone else to sell their watches, or to make a buy.

      There is always SGX (Singapore Watch Exchange) or thepurists collectors market as well.
      But here..you can all do your own thing.
      Bernard

  3. Hi Bernard,

    Can you help me find a GS SBGW300 been looking for a while now for a reasonable price. Maybe you can point me to someone who might want to sell.

    Marvin

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