DealDash.com often features an elegant woman’s watch.
Nobody can have too many elegant watches. Having one for every special occasion is a dream come true.
Did you see the watch featuring the beautiful flower design in the watch dial and a lovely white leather strap to match?
This watch has a BIN of $500. However, some previous winners won an extremely good deal. For example:
- Oct. 1, this Rose Gold watch sold at 67 cents and the winner paid a total of $5.87 including the cost of the 26 bids placed.
- Sept. 23, this Rose Gold watch sold at $1.91 and the winner paid a total of $$1.35 including the cost of the 2 bids placed; and
- Sept. 26, this Rose Gold watch sold at $7.70 and the winner paid a total of $25.25 including the cost of the 107 bids placed.
Not everybody gets outstanding deals like that, but we never know when we could be the next one.
After 25 customer reviews, this watch received an overall rating of 4.95 out of a possible 5.0 which is very good.
Some special features of this Rose Gold watch are:
- Rose gold watch face adorned with violet chrysanthemums, delicate orchids and blush tulips
- Automatic Japanese Miyota GL20 Slim movement
- 34mm stainless steel case
- Water resistant to 3 ATM
- Stainless steel crown
A brief history of watches
The origins of watches can be traced back to 16th Century Europe.
Peter Henlein (also spelled Henle or Hele) (1485 – August 1542), a locksmith and clockmaker of Nuremberg, Germany, is often considered the inventor of the watch.
The popular Rolex was invented in 1905.
In 1854, the oldest American made watch was created by Aaron Dennison, who established the Waltham Watch Company, which went on to make the first-ever watch with interchangeable parts and the first 100 percent American-made watch.
RGM is one of the finest American watchmakers around, and one of the few American watch brands that craft their own in-house mechanical movements, taking American watchmaking to a whole new level. The company was launched in 1992 in Mount Joy, Pennsylvania, by Roland G.
The definition of what makes a watch vintage can vary widely, but it’s generally said to be anything between 25 to 30 years old, or older.
This sponsored blog post was submitted by: Barbara L. Sellers. Barbara was compensated by DealDash for this blog post. Blog posts are written by real DealDash customers. The opinions and advice here represent our customers’ views and not those of the company.