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October 23, 2013

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jonnybardo

Good point, Angelo. Whether or not it actually ends up saving Jeff money, what I think the Tuna does is create a new level of quality, which in turn will reduce the number of impulse buys. Those $2-500 watches won't hold as much appeal, which means future purchases will need to be more carefully chosen.

If anything, Jeff, you can ask yourself "Will this watch take time away from the Tuna?" If so, then it might be worth going after.

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