Post it here, if you're on FB - https://www.facebook.com/groups/147787725590811/Hi folks. I just thought I'd throw this out there and if I'm breaking the rules administrator, please delete this post. I'm primarily a lurker, so I only have enough posts to list on the trade forum. I'm going to be listing a blue no-date on eBay tomorrow. I've noticed by reading through this thread that there are many who might have missed out on this awesome watch so I thought I would alert this forum to my intentions. Feel free to PM me for more info.
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Why not?Not at that price... Yikes!
Look.... if it was the extremely rare blue with date like mine it would easily be worth that price, but BLACK??? Common as muck!!!Why not?
It's a highly coveted (and long sold out) limited edition in mint condition. I still get emails about them. People pay more than that for beat-to-hell Seiko Sporks and Samurais with worse specs and components - and they were made by the thousands, whereas the Commander was just 258 pieces, and that's all there will ever be.
It says the watch was worn once, and is in mint, like new condition. That's $5 less than what they sold for, new, and the general consensus among those that got them seemed to be that they were worth more than that.
The make an offer option is available, if someone wanted to offer less.
Is the blue with date gone?I've got three Commander 300's for sale, all new, in box, to be sold with full 2-year manufacturer's warranty.
Before anyone asks - these were assembled from the spare/replacement parts my factory sent me when we received the full production of the Orthos II/Commander 300.
And no, this does not mean I don't have any more replacement parts (like bezel inserts) available. These are just the last three Commander cases (which have a different caseback than the Orthos I & II), and Commander dials, so these really and truly are the last 3 Commanders I'll ever have for sale.
However, I only had two bracelets for some reason, so one of them will be sold at a slightly lower price, on a new Blue Argyle MilSpec strap from Cincy Strap Works.
1. A black no-date (on bracelet) - Orthos, Commander 300 Edition - Black - No Date - Janis Trading Company
2. A blue no-date (on bracelet, or the NATO) - Orthos, Commander 300 Edition - Blue - No Date - Janis Trading Company
3. A blue with date (on bracelet, or the NATO) - Orthos, Commander 300 Edition - Blue - With Date - Janis Trading Company
Price for each is USD $500 on the bracelet, or $425 on the MilSpec strap, plus applicable shipping charges. The first customer to buy either of the blue versions will have their choice of bracelet or MilSpec strap (no, substituting one of our rubber straps for the MilSpec at the same price is NOT an option, but you can add the rubber strap for just $30 more if you do it from the product page of the watch).
Those interested should click on the links above, quickly, and buy them. Sorry, but no coupon codes may be used on these, except for those from our loyalty rewards program.
Please understand if you live in a country with a less than reliable national postal service (like Singapore, Mexico, Malaysia, Russia, or Turdmenistan), or if I've had any problems shipping there in the past, I may cancel your order.
Sorry, but the last time I shipped the last piece of something I had to Singapore (as an example), the item was of course lost in shipping, and I had to refund the customer because I couldn't replace it with another. I reserve the right to cancel any order on these if the destination country is even remotely sketchy.