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    Grey Market Watches. What is the meaning? - A Seller's Perspective



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    Published on Jul 10, 2018

    Today, we delve into the dirty topic of the Grey Market. What is this market, and what do they sell there? People make it out to be more evil than it really is. We will cut through the muck and explain to you very simply what it is, if you should buy stuff from it, and what to expect.


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    Good video for folks who don't know. Tanks, Mike.

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    A excellent video to be sure. Thanks for posting this one up, Mike.

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    Good Stuff........Thanks

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    Thanks for the video.

    If it weren't for grey market watches, I could never ever afford this hobby!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Locoboy5150 View Post
    Thanks for the video.

    If it weren't for grey market watches, I could never ever afford this hobby!
    You oughta try the “lighter shade of grey” watches, from my buddy, “Vinnie, the watch finder”, in downtown DC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacerguy View Post
    You oughta try the “lighter shade of grey” watches, from my buddy, “Vinnie, the watch finder”, in downtown DC.
    Or the "whiter shade of pale" watches from Procol Harum.

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    The bandmates in the first video from 1968 blow away the full orchestra version 38 years later. The voice never falters.



    Gary Brooker – lead vocals, piano
    Robin Trower – guitar
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