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Tiger Woods designs technological breakthrough WATCH for $1,195!!


WEIGHS JUST 2 OUNCES!!!
I must say, this watch looks quite nice. I might even buy one.
This coming from a guy who never wears a watch.

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maaeh.....doesnt look that great.
what is so advanced abt it??

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I golf a lot and have never had a problem with wearing a watch
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it looks like one of those cheap second hand ones. WHy would you buy a $1K that looks like it has a rubber band?

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part of the cost is the fact that its from a limited edition of 8,000

that said, its ugly and i wouldnt want it.

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it looks like one of those cheap second hand ones. WHy would you buy a $1K that looks like it has a rubber band?
im sure the rubber is "technologically advanced"

and it probably cures cancer...

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I love Tag Heuer, but I won't be able to afford one until my first paycheck which is HOW many years away

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WEIGHS JUST 2 OUNCES!!!
I must say, this watch looks quite nice. I might even buy one.
This coming from a guy who never wears a watch.

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Why would ANYONE pay that much for a watch? It better give head or something for those prices...


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part of the cost is the fact that its from a limited edition of 8,000

that said, its ugly and i wouldnt want it.
It does look like a piece of crap, but the limited edition of 8,000 will make it very valuable in the future. It might be a great investment in the long run. I bet in a few years it will be worth ten times more than it's actual value.

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Why would ANYONE pay that much for a watch? It better give head or something for those prices...
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Honestly, it's not very aesthetically pleasing

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Oh yes, I'm sure he designed it all by himself.


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It does look like a piece of crap, but the limited edition of 8,000 will make it very valuable in the future. It might be a great investment in the long run. I bet in a few years it will be worth ten times more than it's actual value.
Until people realize they can make one themselves out of a sports watch and a rubber band.


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Until people realize they can make one themselves out of a sports watch and a rubber band.
Same material as your jockstrap
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Same material as your jockstrap
You are on a roll this morning.
I haven't worn a watch in over 15 years, and rarely wear my wedding ring. Jewelry actually freaks me out for some reason. I just feel bound or chained when wearing any form of jewelry. I can't explain it.

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