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Part of what determines price of poor man's heurers is the price of the real deal. As heurer prices go up these will too, proportionally.
: REGARDLESS, I THINK THE REFERENCE "POOR MAN'S" CAN BE
: OFFICIAL CHANGED. WHAT "POOR MAN" DO YOU KNOW WHO CAN
: EASILY AFFORD THESE PRICES ANYMORE?
: *Perhaps Jeff Stein coined the phrase (not certain), but with great
: respect to Jeff, these watches that not so long ago fetched
: $400-$500 are now going for over three times that amount... And