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Old 03-07-2019, 08:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What's up with Seiko Monster's?

I have been cleaning out my collection of watches, as most of us do after time collecting and have another grail in sight.

This post is more of a "did I miss something here?" I have a couple "safe queen" Monsters and was doing some pricing research in the thought of selling them and noticed prices of what was once an affordable solid dive watch seem to be off the chart for the original SKX781's (Orange Monster), some of the other originals, and the anniversary model.

What am I missing here? Looking for comments and insight.
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