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Those Mondaine pics are really helpful. I've been looking at them as a no nonsense work watch. Believe it or not Tesco points have 3x value at Goldmiths in the high street and they do stock some Mondaine.
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binnserelli wrote:Those Mondaine pics are really helpful. I've been looking at them as a no nonsense work watch. Believe it or not Tesco points have 3x value at Goldmiths in the high street and they do stock some Mondaine.
Keep hold of them, during the year they sometimes have an offer where they are 4x the value.
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robert75 wrote:
binnserelli wrote:Those Mondaine pics are really helpful. I've been looking at them as a no nonsense work watch. Believe it or not Tesco points have 3x value at Goldmiths in the high street and they do stock some Mondaine.
Keep hold of them, during the year they sometimes have an offer where they are 4x the value.
They used to be worth 4x but I think that has changed for good now. Unless you've seen that quite recently where there was an extra offer to the 3x, in which case I'll be really pleased.
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Hai poppydoodlesdad, transferred your collection post to Here (without your permission.....), hope you don't mind. :?

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poppydoodlesdad wrote:No, don't mind as long as you tell me how you did it?
At a guess:
1. Opened the forum again in a 2nd window or tab
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The Mondaine is my undoubtful favourite!