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Old 1 July 2022, 11:38 PM   #121
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I agree!


I know someone Very recently) registered for a classic piece...had it within two months then registered for another timepiece had that very soon after.. its all down to mangers discretion, who the client is etc... none of what OP mentions

everyone just gets dragged in and believes what they are told,
This is about sports models.

Confirmed again last weekend at Goldsmiths. Same rhetoric.
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Old 1 July 2022, 11:54 PM   #122
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I believe this to be true as I've had to register my "EOI" (expression of interest) for the first time a couple months ago. Asked why, said was new company process. I did end up getting the 2 OPs and Polar that I wanted.
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