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sale-or-trade Hamilton H696190 Khaki Mechanical watch

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Up for trade or possible sale is my Hamilton Khaki 44mm mechanical watch. The watch has been worn and carries what I would call light desk diving marks on the bezel. The crystal is in great shape with 0 marks. The watch keeps excellent time. The original Hamilton leather band could stand to be replaced, but IMO a well-broken in leather watch-band is the best!

I have had this watch for a few years and bought it used myself, so unfortunately no box or papers. I am wanting to primarily trade this timepiece for another watch more suitable to my lifestyle. I am thinking maybe a Casio G-Shock of some flavor. From the brief research I have done (reviewing WUS and Ebay ads) this model Hamilton appears to be selling anywhere in the neighborhood of $250-500, Of course this depends on condition and whether or not the watch comes with original box and papers, which again mine does not. If you offer me a G-Shock, be prepared to make up the difference in cash if needed, depending on which model of course. I am open to other watches as well, in similar style to a G-Shock. I would also consider selling the watch outright as well. Will ship if needed. Thanks for reading and PM for more info or if you have any questions. Also, sorry for the terrible pictures. I'm no photographer nor do I own a camera good enough to capture fine enough detail for a watch ad.

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8 hours ago, MacGyver said:

This is a great first watch for someone who needs to dress up a suit or would just like to sport a classic with some history. 

It is a classic for sure. I really enjoy the watch and have received a few  compliments on it while wearing it. Just time to change it up!

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