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: hi, i am a little skeptical about purchasing
: watches from faraway places like CHina, but
: this seems legit because the watch looks
: authentic and the guy seems to have a pretty
: high seller rating.
This seller has NO rating as a seller - only a handful of feedback as a buyer, all within a 30 day period for low priced items, and half the sellers are no longer registered.
This looks like a classic case of building a quick profile, and then trying to snag somebody into paying for a non-existent item. Feel free to send him your Western Union money order, and sit back and watch the mailbox.
I think any discussion of whether the watch is real or not wouldn't matter. I watched a seller in China list 8 to 10 high priced watches within hours of the exact items being sold by one of the long time reputable watch vendors on eBay. This "seller" didn't even bother taking references to the real vendor out of his copied item descriptions. Needless to say, the items and the seller were removed from eBay.