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Q: How much is a good price for a Tag Heuer (battery) for man replica in Shanghai?

I've seen different prices & qualities, some of them really suck. But other are so nice, I've seen they have automatic & battery ones, so far I think the battery ones are the best even when the automatic ones seem to work perfectly.

Any recent experience buying one? Where in Shanghai you bought it and how much you paid?

6 years 30 weeks ago in  Shopping - Shanghai

 
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Do you mean a vibrator or dildo? No need, have real working model.

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Shanghai is the worse place to buy these item. They charge almost the original price if they can. As the saying goes 'genuine fake watch' Usually these watches are graded in * as with hotels. Use your common sense to decide the quality. I was in [ GZ] Guangzhou last week, not interested to buying watches but I wondered into the district, and being curious I ask the price of a MK watch, to my amazement it was 30rmb. further along I ask another, the price was 480rmb for the same watch, however the quality was very different, so I guess you get what you pay for. Dalian if a great place for excellent quality and value.No I didn't buy so I really cannot enlighten you further. .

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