This is the best place to shop for a good deal on a high-quality and beautiful watch because DealDash.com has a wide array of unique watches for both men and women.
The BIN on these watches run as low as $250 and as high as $1,795. Best of all, many shoppers are winning fantastic bargains on several of these watches.
Sometimes it might be a matter of choosing the right auction at the right time but developing a strategic plan certainly helps to put us in the winning circle. We might be very surprised when we take a close look at some of these watches and see the kind of awesome bargains some shoppers have already received:
- June 15, a rose gold women’s watch with a white strap and flower design on the face went up for auction. This watch has a BIN of $500 but it sold for $9.01 and including the cost of the 55 bids placed the winner paid a total of only $20.01.
- June 22, a men’s black watch with a large watch face and designed for traveling across time zones went up for auction. This watch has a BIN of $540 but it sold for 88 cents and including the cost of the 26 bids placed the winner paid a total of only $6.08.
- July 3, a men’s 500 Chronograph watch with a perfect 5.0 overall rating out of a possible 5.0 went up for auction. This watch has a BIN of $375 but it sold for $8.05 and including the cost of the 136 bids placed the winner paid a total of $31.22.
- July 2, a ladies’ mother-of-pearl inlay watch went up for auction. This watch has a BIN of $1,500 but it sold for 45 cents and including the cost of the 9 bids placed the winner paid a total of only $2.02.
These examples of real bargains that real DealDash shoppers received are only scratching the surface. Many more DealDash shoppers received outstanding bargains on other watches, too. Nobody could get better deals than these by shopping anywhere else.
A brief history of watches
According to my research, a clockmaker from Nuremberg named Peter Henlein is credited with inventing the very first portable clock (watch) with a spring mechanism in the 15th century.
Gallet & Co. is listed as the oldest watch brand in the world as they claim their origin starts in 1466, but the registered year of founding is 1826. The factory that was the origin of the Russian brand Raketa was founded in 1721, although they started to produce watches in 1949.
Digital watches display the time on a screen using electronics and analog watches use traditional hands to point out the hours and minutes, as well as seconds or additional features. A simple mechanical watch contains roughly 130 components, but the most complex watch ever produced contains 1,728 parts.
The bottom line
If other shoppers can get great bargains, we could, too. In fact, our most fantastic deal yet could be just around the corner.
I’ll see you in the auctions. Happy shopping everyone!
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.