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: People have been ordering things by telephone
: and postal mail from department stores,
: jewelers and many other types of shops since
: before you were born. Just because a place
: does not publish a print or Internet catalog
: does mean they can't accept a
: phone/fax/email purchase request and ship
: your purchase to you.
: And if that store does not have a physical
: presence in your state, they should not
: charge you any sales tax -- just like most
: Internet dealers.
Thx for letting me know of this.
: That is an extremely common thing. Just search
: the OMEGA Forum on *this* site for terms
: like clasp scratch and you'll find this
: has been covered many times with lots of
: good answers.
actually i found a lot of answers on how to fix my watch, But what i m not sure , is what kind my clasp is? Because people say to treat differently the shiny part of the Stainless steel than the brushed part. On my watch it seems like both parts are shiny but one shinier than the other. Or maybe one is brushed and the other shiny. Im just confused on this and i want to know what kind my bracelet is. Thx!
the link to the topic i posted the picture is:
there is another link with multiple high resolution pictures i posted in a website.