Mondia Madison Quartz Watch
Mondia Madison Quartz Watch
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From its chunky indices and cyclops eye to its jubilee bracelet and multicolored bezel, Mondia’s Madison timepiece dons a respected look. But the biggest difference between the Madison and its extravagant piers? Read More

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JohnnyXCG
53
Aug 13, 2020
Lol this watch is so embarrassing to wear.. I mean who is buying this? Why would you buy this if you knew it's a knockoff GMT and it still cost $160.. Save yourself $160 for some good food at least, don't embarrass yourself by wearing this in public..
RayF
22309
Aug 14, 2020
Easily the dumbest, most ignorant and inept comment yet posted on this drop--congratulations!
OnePunchMan
325
Aug 8, 2020
wow nice Ro....oh wait....great price for a copy.
OnePunchMan
325
Aug 18, 2020
smh thought u knew me Ray..... T_T
RayF
22309
Aug 18, 2020
It’s possible.
MrRight
14
Aug 8, 2020
Is the band solid stainless silver or is it 2 tone? My old eyes can’t tell.
OnePunchMan
325
Aug 8, 2020
polished and unpolished
MrRight
14
Aug 8, 2020
Aahh ....thank you very much.
ClockworkDaddy
3
Aug 8, 2020
Enough fake Rolex submariner. The embarasment of being caught with a fake Rolex should cost no more than $50 aud and that's for an auto, not a battery operated toy.
4-30
22
Aug 13, 2020
Huh? All strawman arguments but still ignoring the topic that its riding the rolex "batman/pepsi" craze coattails
TwentySixAnd
1225
Aug 13, 2020
The original point was that he (ClockworkDaddy) is clearly insecure!
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frk3
26
Aug 7, 2020
By the way, for me this a pretty solid deal, on their official website its 228€ (268$) without shipping. https://www.mondiawatches.com/mi-799-ssblrd-bk-gb-2 Here it cost me a total of 136€. Almost half the price, I hope the quality is good.
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TwentySixAnd
1225
Aug 8, 2020
Fingers crossed! Tell us how it goes when you get it
TacoHerder
196
Aug 7, 2020
Is that an antenna or a crown? Sucker is massive.
TacoHerder
196
Aug 8, 2020
Yes, never had a problem. I'm like Charley Witherspoon when it comes to gripping objects 😄😄
RayF
22309
Aug 9, 2020
There’s a spokesperson job waiting for you at Geico.
frk3
26
Aug 6, 2020
Can we get any confirmation weather this is a Quatz or Automatic? Would defo order if it's a Quartz.
frk3
26
Aug 7, 2020
was looking for a pepsi quartz, so this is ideal :D @TwentySixAnd Comments noted something about a video saying its an automatic
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TwentySixAnd
1225
Aug 7, 2020
Ohhhhh. Most comments here are hit and miss. Even mine on occasion!
RayF
22309
Aug 6, 2020
Seems reasonable to me. As a matter of fact, shelling out fifteen grand for a (used) Rolex Batman seems fucking stupid by comparison.
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samir.shrestha
58
Aug 13, 2020
Agree with Johnny here. It is not 10k but $160 so not a bad idea to try it out. Alot of other brands has similar watch but it cost upwards of $500 (Sapphire and may be Swiss on some cases). At worst you will be not satisfied with quality but always can gift this watch to a casual watch guy on Christmas.
RayF
22309
Aug 14, 2020
Actually, let me expand on my answer a bit: There are only three kinds of people in the world today--those who can easily afford insanely expensive watches (actually insanely expensive anything), and those who can't. The third type is someone who also can't afford those things, but is willing to do something dumb or even reckless to try to afford one anyway. Let's discuss each one... If you can afford to buy a new Rolex without worrying about the price, you're not likely an MD shopper--you're more than likely the sort of person who's willing to pay twice-retail for a Daytona and not give a damn about the artificial shortage and price inflation you just contributed to. Why should you--you're loaded and have other things to think about.
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On the other hand, If you're the kind of person who can't afford a Rolex (or any other extravagant purchase), you're probably just an average Joe (these days you're even luck to be that), and your circumstances are likely to stay the way. Not that you'll never rise above your present circumstances, but should your lot in life improve, you're more likely to spend/invest whatever extra you've accumulated on more practical items, particularly if you have family responsibilities. Truth of the matter is, most people don't get rich, only some do. Let's face it, the odds of going from average to exceedingly wealthy aren't in your favor, that's why they're called the "One Percent." My advice is to not lose sleep over it--there are plenty of folks who'd happily change places with you. The third category are the guys who'll do down-right crazy stuff to get the watch (car, or fill in the blank) regardless of the consequences. For instance, putting the purchase on a credit card and making watch payments the size of other folks car payments for the next three years. Of course those folks might also become involved in even riskier endeavors (theft, stolen property, etc...) and we all know where that can lead. I'm going to put myself squarely in the second category: not rich and not likely to become rich, and therefore not likely to buy a Rolex anytime soon. Nor am I willing to do something stupid to enhance my chances of buying one (go into debt, rob a bank, etc..). So, having ruled out buying a Rolex Batman (truthfully, I don't actually like them, or Pepsi's either, but still), does that mean I'm forever banned from buying a watch that approximates the function and appearance of a Rolex Batman? Does it mean that I should be influenced or watch-shamed by a bunch of low IQ, limited life-experience wankers on an internet shopping site? I say fuck no, it doesn't. I say I get to say what I buy and wear, whatever I want (within the realm of my tastes, abilities and resources) and I do it all the time! So for instance when I wanted a GMT, I purchased is a Steinhart version and if some dick-head on MD should describe it as a Rolex knock-off, that's his problem (and even more so, if he can't afford the Rolex he thinks Steinhart copied, and as we've already mentioned, guys who can afford new Rolexs' don't spend a lot of time commenting on MD, do they?). On another occasion I decided I kind of liked the limited addition 50 year anniversary Daytona Rolex that was selling for $75,000, so I bought a straight up fucking homage of that same watch for $160. Guess what? It's a quartz too! Know what else? It tells time--just like a Rolex. Looks good on me too ;- )
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As a matter of fact, so does that Steinhart I mentioned:
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Ooh--and have you ever seen my Invicta?! Actually, I have two of those...
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So in closing, let me say to all those famous rich-guy watch collectors out there reading along with me here on fucking MD (George Clooney, Sylvester Stallone and Robert Downey Jr.) I say: good on you all for being extravagantly wealthy and being able to buy any damn watch you like, regardless of price--me and the rest of the average Joes on this site don't have any problem with that. Meantime us regular types are gonna wear the watches we like (and can responsibly afford) and if anyone don't like it, they can piss up a rope ;- )
samir.shrestha
58
Aug 6, 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtOxL6VZ5W4 This review video talk about sapphire crystal and it does not state that it is automatic. Am I missing something here or it is a dumb down massdrop version?
RayF
22309
Aug 6, 2020
“Please hold...”
samir.shrestha
58
Aug 6, 2020
The one on the video above is with the Sapphire, automatic and ceramic besel ; reason why that cost $849. I do not own Batman watch, so took a gamble and ordered one. I already have pepsi Seiko skk009 so hopeful that Mondia watch will hold.
Raheem77
12
Aug 6, 2020
Damn, those Rolex' come cheap these days.
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