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      05-16-2017 04:41 PM #1
      Anyone ever heard of or have used 'Eleven James' before?

      It seems to be called "the netflix of watches." I have been looking at it for a few months now here and there. Cant decide if I want to try it out of not.

      They have 4 different levels



      Plus you have the option to add insurance which I believe is about 20 a month, plus whichever level you choose from that is the amount for a security deposit. They have a ton of brands and different levels of each watch brand, too many to list, but if you go to their website and click collections you can sort through them there.

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      05-20-2017 10:08 AM #2
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      05-26-2017 04:41 PM #3
      Never heard of it, but not particularly interested either now that I know what it is.

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      06-11-2017 02:47 AM #4
      I can see the appeal, but I'd rather save for a year and put $2k towards a watch that I can keep.
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      Is it weird that I want to cram into the back seat in cycling clothes and feel the mechanical vibrations as you tear around the Outback?

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      06-11-2017 04:53 PM #5
      Quote Originally Posted by YellowDieselGolf View Post
      I can see the appeal, but I'd rather save for a year and put $2k towards a watch that I can keep.
      Yep, the cheapest monthly payment comes out to $1788 in a year. That would buy or partially buy a really nice used watch.

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      06-13-2017 01:51 PM #6
      Quote Originally Posted by kptaylor View Post
      Yep, the cheapest monthly payment comes out to $1788 in a year. That would buy or partially buy a really nice used watch.
      im still considering it. my mind changes so often that if i buy one i will 100% be wanting something different in a few months and will have to resell it.

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