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To buy or not to buy Eterna 1856

leelovesbug

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CR10ZLKT code not valid but HOT5 still works at Ashford.
Try Clearing your cache, CR10ZLKT works for me?:dunno:

I'm at the checkout page:

ETERNAGRANGES MEN'S WATCH
MODEL #: 7630-41-13-1227

$5,900.00
$809.10

(CR10ZLKT - $89.90)

- +
$809.10

SAVE $5,090.90

REMOVEUPDATE
Coupon CR10ZLKT Is Applied. All applicable items have been discounted, please note certain items e.g. those on sale cannot receive additional discounts.REMOVE
  • YOU SAVE (86%)
  • SUBTOTAL
  • ESTIMATED TOTAL
  • OR AS LOW AS:
 
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usclassic

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Try Clearing your cache, CR10ZLKT works for me?:dunno:

I'm at the checkout page:

ETERNAGRANGES MEN'S WATCH
MODEL #: 7630-41-13-1227

$5,900.00
$809.10

(CR10ZLKT - $89.90)

- +
$809.10

SAVE $5,090.90

REMOVEUPDATE
Coupon CR10ZLKT Is Applied. All applicable items have been discounted, please note certain items e.g. those on sale cannot receive additional discounts.REMOVE
  • YOU SAVE (86%)
  • SUBTOTAL
  • ESTIMATED TOTAL
  • OR AS LOW AS:
I tried it using a different browser and low and behold it worked, Thanks, you are the discount man!
 

leelovesbug

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Thank goodness you didn't give up! Congratz!
 

usclassic

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Well that pulled the trigger for me. I will report on the silver on silver time reading visibility after it arrives. Thanks again. I won't buy another watch with checking with you from now on.
 

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Pro: An in-house movement from a long established, well respected brand.
Con: Will Eterna even be around in a couple more years? Lots of heavy discounts on Eterna lately - usually a bad sign.
 

usclassic

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Pro: An in-house movement from a long established, well respected brand.
Con: Will Eterna even be around in a couple more years? Lots of heavy discounts on Eterna lately - usually a bad sign.
...or a sign that they may become collector's items
 

usclassic

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I am not buying only the movement but what a movement the 3030 is....

3030.jpg
 

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:outstand::up::applaud:


Well that pulled the trigger for me. I will report on the silver on silver time reading visibility after it arrives. Thanks again. I won't buy another watch with checking with you from now on.
 

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Eterna Men's 7630.41.13.1227 Granges 1856 42mm Automatic Limited Edition Watch

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I think this model came out in 2016 as a limited edition selling for around $5,000.00 now I found it on ebay new watchgooroo for $849

I need a reality check here anyone own one of these?
I purchased this specific model, along with the blue dial model, both from Ashford, both for around the same price earlier this year. I had been looking to buy the Vaughan model (its predecessor released some years earlier) but could never find it at an acceptable price. The Granges model only differs from the Vaughan in the dial design, all the other case and movement specifications are the same. Both of these timepieces I purchased did not hold their power reserve, only running for about 45 minutes to maybe just over an hour at times (these models are automatics). Ashford was amenable to working with me. I sent them back, they claimed the resolved the issue but both came back to me with the exact same problem. I finally decided to send one to a watchmaker with whom I had previous good experience, and he overhauled it for $150. It works great now. I just received my other one back and it has only lost 4 seconds in more than 24 hours. The low profile is quite nice and they feel nice to wear. A word of warning: I have big wrists (7 5/8") but these, at 42mm with the dial taking up much of that dimension, look quite big. It was a rough ride to finally arrive at a satisfying place with these, but I am very happy to now be able to wear them.
 

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This post is helpful from another forum.

Originally Posted by Mr_Pacman


My friend has this watch. The legibility is quite good as the polished hands reflect light and there is a lot of contrast between the hands and the dial. It's a terrible marketing picture. They are on for a fantastic price from some of the online grey market sellers. I think $899 the last time I looked.
yeah bad marketing picture... vaseline haze rubbed on lense...although always classic...white-silver-gold dials have moved to the fore in color choice imho edging by a nose green & ox-blood fading into memory
 
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