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worldofwatches.com any experience? - April 19, 2011, 12:32 PM

So I was interested in picking up a couple new everyday watches. either invicta, swiss, or tissot, and found Men's Watches, Women's Watches, Daily Deals on Designer Watches which have a great selection with good prices. I have checked on some reviews online and I have only found 2 types, and nothing in between.

5 star, saying great collection, great prices, fast shipping

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1 star, saying horrible service don't do business with these people, waste of time and money, but don't say anything about the products.

Has anyone done business with this company and what are your opinions?

also what do you think of invictas?


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Just go to a store in the mall either a jeweler or macys type store...


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Just go to a store in the mall either a jeweler or macys type store...
not as big of a selection, and the ones i am interested in are not there.


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60-75% off? Doubtful, I'd bet knockoffs


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I would use Overstock.com before World of Watches


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I have used them before and had no issues at all.. They are your typical discounter for watches.. Very similar to the shop NBC site for Invictas as far as pricing goes..

I have a handful of Invictas and really have no complaints with them at all.. solid, well built watches that can take a ton of abuse and still look good doing it..


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60-75% off? Doubtful, I'd bet knockoffs
thats more of your Kennith kole, invicta type brand watches. they say the retail is 650 but selling today for 180 even though everywhere you go they are only 180. now the tissot and swiss that i like are still on price point everywhere else give or take $30. for example the swiss i like is 695 everywhere including here.


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I was checking them out when I was looking for a particular watch early last year. If you get something from them, shoot me a PM and let me know how it went.


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I was checking them out when I was looking for a particular watch early last year. If you get something from them, shoot me a PM and let me know how it went.
will do, seems like you had the same problem i have, would like to get verification from others before you order.


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April 23, 2011, 03:56 PM

a few years ago, i bought a swiss from there. i can't recall how much off it was, which did have me worried since the price was easily cheaper than their posted "originally valued price." i remember getting a call from world of watches, confirming my order. it came in a nice red swiss box and looked legit, though i'm no expert. i gave it to a friend of mine though cause i failed to see how large the face was before purchasing. i have smaller wrists, so it looked ridiculous.


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