Question about Watches
This watch does not cost a lot - in very good state you can fetch $40-$80. But this is ONLY if someone is interested in it. If not - your watch cost nothing (sorry to say that). Pulsar has never been desirable watch make, so, there is no interest in this make. Now Pulsar is taken over by CITIZEN for a low priced watches for middle class people, but because it is now under CITIZEN name, it may gain some value. Do not be upset with the info - someday, somehow your watch can be collectable. Rate me, please, accordingly to the info - not your feelings about the info.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
I could be interested in this watch, particularly if you still have the box and instructions - if it is the one I am thinking of and you are located in the UK. Any chance you could email a picture firstname.lastname@example.org
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