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    Thinking of flipping my gmt for sea dweller

    I currently have a gmt master 2c and a omega man on the moon. I basically only wear the rolex on holiday and the omega is my daily watch usually and after wearing the 42mm omega for so long i am now thinking flip the 40mm gmt and get the new biggr sea dweller. Have a good friend who wants to buy my gmt right away its a 2015 model and pretty mint condition i would say. What would be a fair good price for both of us ? And how long roughly are waiting times for the new red sea dweller?

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    6k for the GMT and SD wait how long is a piece of string?

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    I've been waiting 18 months for my sea-dweller!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Genta View Post
    I've been waiting 18 months for my sea-dweller!
    Omg didnt think the wait time was that long. Was hoping 3-6 months. Mightjust paythe premium seen some for little over 10k

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    Quote Originally Posted by GmtOR View Post
    Omg didnt think the wait time was that long. Was hoping 3-6 months. Mightjust paythe premium seen some for little over 10k
    One of my colleagues enquired at the canary wharf AD last month and was told it would be a 2.5 year wait!

    The standard sea-dweller deepsea was a 4-5 month wait at the same AD

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    Most ADís wonít even add you to a waiting list for the SD-43 so a grey or pre-owned might be your best option.
    P.

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    I was thinking of doing a similar thing with my Hulk LVc and for same size reasons.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfman View Post
    Most ADís wonít even add you to a waiting list for the SD-43 so a grey or pre-owned might be your best option.
    P.
    My local AD would not add me to the list even though I have bought many watches from them.
    I also love this watch and I have seen the prices drop to just under 10k on the grey market.

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    I saw a mint, full set 2016 GMT just before xmas from a dealer for £6,750, as it's a friend you're selling to I think 6k is a fair price indeed :)

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    Not trying to spoil the thread but I wouldn't,

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    "Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it's enemy action."

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    Quote Originally Posted by number2 View Post
    Not trying to spoil the thread but I wouldn't,

    n2
    Agreed, Iíd keep the GMT personally.
    Op, have you tried on a new Sea-Dweller? I find my GMT BLNR much more comfortable and a better size, but itís all personal.

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    I think the new Seadweller is the best rolex sports model theyíve ever made. I have 7.25 -7.5 wrists and larger hands and from a size perspective itís just perfect. I find the 40mm sports rolex on the smal size, comfortable yes but sometimes I catch a look at them and they just look a little undersized. The splash of red on the dial tops it off.

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