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mrblue

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I think this is a great watch deal, but there are almost 400 left today just prior to it's last airing ? .... Why do you think this is the case. I would have thought this would be close to sell out ? Blue

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Coalition Forces auto .. a success ? The Spring Event: Most successful watch ?

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In essence, should I buy it now or wait ? mrblue View Public Profile Send a private message to mrblue Find all posts by mrblue Add mrblue to Your Contacts #3 Today, 10:37 AM

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Thats assuming ShopNBC got all of the stock on those. __________________

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bayside1 Senior Member Senior Geek

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Originally Posted by mrblue I think this is a great watch deal, but there are almost 400 left today just prior to it's last airing ? ....


Why do you think this is the case. I would have thought this would be close to sell out ? Blue I blame the new scooby!!!! bayside1 View Public Profile Send a private message to bayside1 Find all posts by bayside1 Add bayside1 to Your Contacts #5 Today, 10:39 AM Join Date: Apr 2010 Posts: 173

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Originally Posted by mrblue In essence, should I buy it now or wait ? Buy it Today if you really want it. The shop offers 30 day price protection. At least this way you have one. bayside1 View Public Profile Send a private message to bayside1 Find all posts by bayside1 Add bayside1 to Your Contacts #6 Today, 10:41 AM

Bigmac Senior Member Veteran Geek

Almost 2/3 sold and $360,000 made on the unit, not bad. Bigmac

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I like the look of it but am reluctant to buy a "scratchable" all titanium watch--although I do like the rubber strap. arcata1946 View Public Profile Send a private message to arcata1946 Find all posts by arcata1946 Add arcata1946 to Your Contacts #8 Today, 10:47 AM Join Date: Apr 2010 Posts: 173

bayside1 Senior Member Senior Geek

Have my Titanium Coalition Forces Model 0231 w/ green strap on today. Still looks good and I'm the guy thats rough on stuff !!!!! bayside1 View Public Profile Send a private message to bayside1 Find all posts by bayside1 Add bayside1 to Your Contacts #9 Today, 11:17 AM

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Doesn't sound like a success to me, personally I wouldn't pay $200 for it. Not a fan of this watch. jawscollector View Public Profile Send a private message to jawscollector Find all posts by jawscollector Add jawscollector to Your Contacts #10 Today, 11:21 AM

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After getting the anti digi on SR for 278.00 I just couldn't do it. reserveman View Public Profile Send a private message to reserveman Send email to reserveman Find all posts by reserveman Add reserveman to Your Contacts #11 Today, 11:23 AM

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Buy it if you like it.....return it if you don't. Can always get the price adjustment as well. Good luck! __________________

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I got it. Didnt want to miss out. poochoo45 View Public Profile Send a private message to poochoo45 Find all posts by poochoo45 Add poochoo45 to Your Contacts #13 Today, 11:36 AM

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I bought the GMT version a few weeks ago on the Sunday Run for about $180 or so? It's the exact same watch just a different movement. I would never use the gray rubber strap, so there wasn't enough difference to make me pull the trigger. I'm probably not the only one with those thoughts. __________________ Corvettes & Watches


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Possibly because we are in a recession, the unemployment rate is still around 9%, meaning that $600 is a lot to spend for a watch. gaorph View Public Profile Send a private message to gaorph Find all posts by gaorph Add gaorph to Your Contacts #15 Today, 01:01 PM

mrblue Senior Member Master WatchGeek

hmmmmmm .. still not sure on this one which way to go .. aarrghhh !! .. MB

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For me the case size is ok, but lug to lug it seems too big for my 7-1/2" wrists without looking overpowering, so for me it's a no go. __________________

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It just seems a little to pricey on the SHOP for me. Rewatch View Public Profile Send a private message to Rewatch Find all posts by Rewatch Add Rewatch to Your Contacts #18 Today, 01:09 PM

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just buy it DJF1978 View Public Profile Send a private message to DJF1978 Find all posts by DJF1978 Add DJF1978 to Your Contacts #19 Today, 01:16 PM Join Date: Apr 2010 Posts: 173

bayside1 Senior Member Senior Geek

I have a 7 1/2" wrist too. Can't get this beast out of my mind so I bought it !!!! bayside1 View Public Profile Send a private message to bayside1 Find all posts by bayside1 Add bayside1 to Your Contacts #20 Today, 01:17 PM


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Blue...if you like it (when Jim strapped it on for a wrist shot, I jumped on it) get it Bro! For what ever reason..it keeps growing on me every time I see it. answer: YES for me anywho ! __________________

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I have to confess- not only did I get this auto I just shelled out $399 for the ana digi model too. bayside1 View Public Profile Send a private message to bayside1 Find all posts by bayside1 Add bayside1 to Your Contacts #23 Today, 01:22 PM

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i have model #6494 original coaltion forces 3 hand titanium . its the quartz model. so i called invicta and in about 3 weeks u could buy the strap for $52.00 ill wait and buy strap


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Originally Posted by bayside1 I have to confess- not only did I get this auto I just shelled out $399 for the ana digi model too. I take that as a SUCCESS...lol __________________

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Originally Posted by mrblue In essence, should I buy it now or wait ? You didn't like it in June Quote I like it ... but ... I returned the one I received. It wasn't the anadigi, but it was the color combination that bothered me ... to much of the contrasting from place to place. I said to myself, self, wouldn't you love this in an all black version ... and self said .. "Oh yeah" ... so I'm waiting to see it they produce other versions before I revisit this one. If you love it, go for it .. You have to love the titanium dull finish. It's not like many others where they polish the titanium .. MB __________________ Well what can you do Johnjr View Public Profile Send a private message to Johnjr Send email to Johnjr Find all posts by Johnjr Add Johnjr to Your Contacts #27 Today, 01:50 PM Join Date: Sep 2009 Location: Williamsburg, VA Posts: 788 Real Name: David

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I wanted it but it is to expensive...499 and under would have jumped on it...just couldnt justify with that movement! __________________


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I think it was a success. I honestly don't think the price was bad. Just could not afford it right now. Personally, I don't care for the big black box, got three of those in the closet and the additional strap color kinda odd for me. With out the box and strap I think the price could have been lower like $450 to $489 range. At least for me easier to swing than $600. Still I really want one maybe hopefully down the road I can get one. Again IMHO. congrats to all who got in on it. can't wait for the wrist shots in LWIG. regards alex crx21000 View Public Profile Send a private message to crx21000 Find all posts by crx21000


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I think it's because so many of us have all ready purchased the GMT from the shop or the Run and it would be kinda silly to buy the same watch over again just because the movement is different (no offense to the one geek that did exactly that on this post). __________________

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The price will come way down with that many left. Not a fan of that watch and actually like the ani-dig better. __________________


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Man! if you guys don't jump on this one you will be missing out, I own several titanium watches and find them to be incredible and so superior to stainless steel in many ways such as comfort and looks not to mention they are hypoallergenic and stronger than steel. IMHO a win win win deal. jimmytictoc View Public Profile Send a private message to jimmytictoc Find all posts by jimmytictoc Add jimmytictoc to Your Contacts #33 Today, 02:19 PM

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Originally Posted by reliefcp The price will come way down with that many left. Not a fan of that watch and actually like the ani-dig better. Little big for you dont you think? __________________ Hmmmmmmm. I can't say what I want to say! RipitRon View Public Profile Send a private message to RipitRon Find all posts by RipitRon


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Originally Posted by Makeith81 I think it's because so many of us have all ready purchased the GMT from the shop or the Run and it would be kinda silly to buy the same watch over again just because the movement is different (no offense to the one geek that did exactly that on this post). It's called being conflicted and not being able to make up ones mind. The ana digi model has a movement that you don't see too often and the auto has the ETA 2824 and limited edition. Both have their own Pro's & Con's. Pro- I can keep them both in the black box. The strap will fit both so i'll only need one and I'll have an extra bracelet ( I'll keep that one wrapped-if I ever want to sell one I'll have a brand new bracelet). Con's- out 1K plus shipping, wife finding out Last edited by bayside1; Today at 02:22 PM. Reason: .

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As I've said before " I'm going to revisit it " in a new variation. Well, here it is .. I like the auto much better. But, the prices on the others shote down and no one expected that either so this is why I'm hesitating with so many left. I'll have to see the numbers. If only another hundred sell, then I'm waiting. For sure, if that happens, there will be some savings down the road. It's not as though if it doesn't sell out or come anywhere near sellout, that it won't be around ... so other than the 6 vp's ... no need to rush. JMO .. Blue .. I didn't like the ANA D but that was just me .. the auto seems a better variation for my use. I like simplicity in dials and this has it. Time will tell. Thanks guys for the input !! .. Blue mrblue View Public Profile Send a private message to mrblue


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blue i like it i'm either buying the scuba,cf auto,new bolt,android 2824..before the night is done,waiting to see the price on that scuba first..i think if the price is way to high the cf will sell out i think alot of people are waiting.. __________________ the good i've done no one remembers, the bad no one forgets.

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PREDICTION: if the scooby comes in over $749.00 the CF auto sells out !!! bayside1


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Originally Posted by loosecannon blue i like it i'm either buying the scuba,cf auto,new bolt,android 2824..before the night is done,waiting to see the price on that scuba first..i think if the price is way to high the cf will sell out i think alot of people are waiting.. That's a sick price on the Android 2824 (under $300) How does wing do it? bayside1 View Public Profile Send a private message to bayside1 Find all posts by bayside1 Add bayside1 to Your Contacts #40 Today, 02:31 PM Join Date: May 2008 Posts: 1,977

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I like it, especially with the ETA 2824. But if it would've been priced at $499, it would've sold out already IMO. Notdmeca View Public Profile Send a private message to Notdmeca Find all posts by Notdmeca


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You know, the original thread discussing the new auto coalition forces suggested by the volume of posts that the watch was/is overpriced. I often wonder if ANY other Swiss watch brand, Oris, Tag, whatever was put on the dial what would happen. The answer is, a sell out in short order. It seems to me that Invicta has boxed itself into a niche of buyers who will only pay "up to" a certain price. It doesn't matter about the movement, the quality, etc. lets face it folks, there is a "ceiling" on what most are willing to pay for Invicta. With a 2824 movement in a titanium case, this is not a crazy price for a watch of this calibre, yet some will wait for it being on a DOD site (WHICH I BELIEVE HAS HURT many companies, not just Invicta). Anyway, I don't happen to like the watch (for me), however it did not strike me as something which was overpriced and I thought sales would be brisk. I mean, people complain about the SW-200, then they put in an ETA 2824...guess it must still be that flame fusion crystal??? LOL __________________ "There's a difference in livin' and livin' well..." -George Strait watchdude1 View Public Profile Send a private message to watchdude1 Find all posts by watchdude1 Add watchdude1 to Your Contacts #43 Today, 02:42 PM Join Date: May 2009 Location: "On the Dock-of-The-Bay" in Brooklyn, NY Posts: 11,597

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Originally Posted by gaorph Possibly because we are in a recession, the unemployment rate is still around 9%, meaning that $600 is a lot to spend for a watch. Bingo! Watch for it to re-appear as a "Once Only!" at a reduced price . . . . . __________________


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I'm curious how you know how many are left? Thanks. dmh2501 View Public Profile Send a private message to dmh2501 Send email to dmh2501 Find all posts by dmh2501 Add dmh2501 to Your Contacts #45 Today, 02:44 PM

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Looks OK, but Titiaum does have a history of easy scratching, and for $600.00 that's alot of mula __________________


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well im playing the waiting game.....till later tonite........iv'e found a little patience usually saves me a lot of green.......its all about timing..... capthook View Public Profile Send a private message to capthook Send email to capthook Find all posts by capthook Add capthook to Your Contacts #47 Today, 02:47 PM Join Date: Nov 2008 Location: The Woodlands, TX Posts: 3,345 Real Name: Matt

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Originally Posted by Metsknicks Bingo! Watch for it to re-appear as a "Once Only!" at a reduced price . . . . . There is no doubt Invicta's pricing structure all changed just after the Reserve line came on board. The hope was that was going to be the "premier" of the line and it would also command the top prices. It's all timing, as the economy went into the dumps so went the pricing on Invicta timepieces. Now, the expectation is that prices will be x. I can't see


prices going back up as the economy recovers. Meanwhile, we still have this reality called the DOD sites which further reduce pricing. It may be good for the consumer, but it certainly doesn't help a watch companies bottom line. __________________ "There's a difference in livin' and livin' well..." -George Strait watchdude1 View Public Profile Send a private message to watchdude1 Find all posts by watchdude1 Add watchdude1 to Your Contacts #48 Today, 02:47 PM

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My only problem is the bottom 2 blocks that cover the crown goes to a point and digs into the back of my hand. reserveman View Public Profile Send a private message to reserveman Send email to reserveman Find all posts by reserveman Add reserveman to Your Contacts #49 Today, 03:03 PM Join Date: Apr 2010 Posts: 173

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There is no doubt Invicta's pricing structure all changed just after the Reserve line came on board. The hope was that was going to be the "premier" of the line and it would also command the top prices. It's all timing, as the economy went into the dumps so went the pricing on Invicta timepieces. Now, the expectation is that prices will be x. I can't see prices going back up as the economy recovers. Meanwhile, we still have this reality called the DOD sites which further reduce pricing. It may be good for the consumer, but it certainly doesn't help a watch companies bottom line. Well one of my vendors had the same problem with pricing. They now have a Minimum Advertised Pricing Policy (M.A.P) in place. It basically states that no dealer in good standing can advertise an (xyz) for less than a pre-determined percentage off of list price. Here, we have the Shop with one list Price and Invicta itself with another List Price (warranties) and all kinds of internet sites going after the same business. Now, it has reached critical mass and is affecting the percieved qualty of the brand and unrealistic customer expectations. Last edited by bayside1; Today at 03:05 PM. Reason: spelling

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Originally Posted by watchdude1 There is no doubt Invicta's pricing structure all changed just after the Reserve line came on board. The hope was that was going to be the "premier" of the line and it would also command the top prices. It's all timing, as the economy went into the dumps so went the pricing on Invicta timepieces. Now, the expectation is that prices will be x. I can't see prices going back up as the economy recovers. Meanwhile, we still have this reality called the DOD sites which further reduce pricing. It may be good for the consumer, but it certainly doesn't help a watch companies bottom line. its not just invicta....i just bought a JL 7750 for 600 bucks....the 7750 is a proven movement....imo....the sw500 is not imo......do i like the scuba...yes....will i pay more than 650-700 for it.....not a chance....as for the CF....do i like it yes....do i want it ....yes.....is it worth 600 bucks....i think it is.....will i pay 600.....not a chance......i will wait and see what happens with the pricing of the scuba first.....if its low....people will buy that...leaving the CF...in line for a price reduction....besides lots of people allready have the CF.....why spend 600 for another one??......im thinking if everything goes right.....i'll be able to get the CF in a few weeks for 400-450 bucks.....that will save me 200 bucks.....that will be put toward another watch.....


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I know I want it but I'm going to take a chance and wait to see if it shows up alot cheaper. __________________ CHOOSE TODAY WHOM YOU WILL SERVE...AS FOR ME AND MY HOUSE WE WILL SERVE THE LORD FrankV View Public Profile Send a private message to FrankV Find all posts by FrankV Add FrankV to Your Contacts #52 Today, 03:21 PM Join Date: Feb 2010 Location: Chicago Posts: 145

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Wait it out. $600 is way too high duffyj917 View Public Profile Send a private message to duffyj917 Find all posts by duffyj917 Add duffyj917 to Your Contacts #53 Today, 03:33 PM Join Date: Apr 2010 Posts: 173

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Originally Posted by mrblue I think this is a great watch deal, but there are almost 400 left today just prior to it's last airing ? .... Why do you think this is the case. I would have thought this would be close to sell out ? Blue How do you know that there are only 400 left? Also, if you have that info, have the other 600 been sold? Inquiring minds would like to know. bayside1 View Public Profile Send a private message to bayside1 Find all posts by bayside1 Add bayside1 to Your Contacts #54 Today, 06:19 PM

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Originally Posted by Makeith81 I think it's because so many of us have all ready purchased the GMT from the shop or the Run and it would be kinda silly to buy the same watch over again just because the movement is different (no offense to the one geek that did exactly that on this post). we all know there are countless WG members who buy multiple versions of a series (i.e. mulitple RD's, SANIII's etc). This will be my first duplicate of a series but for ME the CF line is my favorite design from any manufacturer ever. So while I have an ANADIGI I will now rock the auto as well. I may become a CF collector. As a matter of fact, I will have to get a GMT version! The black case will hold the three nicely. __________________ My Bands new live EP "Even In Silence" http://on.fb.me/eiSJO5

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Could'nt stand it any longer, pulled the trigger!!! Hope I did'nt shoot myself in the foot.

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Blue I would pick it up 30 day price protection & when you get it home if it dont sing to ya send it back. But i think different than most people . Dave


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