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I just purchased a Etica watch model # AU600202 can not find any history can you help?

Has Hydrometer and Temp display along with watch face. Can not find any history or information on the watch.

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Well what i found was not good, :( seems they are over priced from the far east and not worth much, .And since i can't find the current name of Etica or from www.Etica.ch I will just send you to a link from another fixya post.. from 2010.. sorry.. BCB...

http://www.fixya.com/support/t4633876-recieved_etica_as_gift_want_sell

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I recieved an Etica as a gift. I want to sell it, no one buys them on ebay, but I see people all saying their Eticas retail for $900-$1000. I haven't been able to find a retailer in the US that carries...


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