Over the years, have heard people talk about getting the biggest bargain of the year, mine was awesome and it was my wristwatch.
I had a few bucks in my wallet from a side hustle long time ago and it was just sitting redundantly, waiting for me to forget her there perhaps because I don’t use the wallet much. Not that I don’t know i have it there, but it happens at times and you just forget about it, that was my case.
I remember talking to my wife the previous night about having some new clothing accessories but we knew we wouldn’t be buying that from our joint savings, so it wasn’t really a relevant conversation till I found out the following morning at work that I have some money in my waves wallet.
getting home that night, I told her about the wallet and it was funny how she went online almost immediately to search for wristwatches around £60, you can hardly get a good bargain for that price. The products are there but we don’t have much to spend so the idea was to go to “cash converters” to something original but affordable.
Everything we ever wanted was there, they’ve got stores with branches almost everywhere in the UK and we just couldn’t believe it till we found what we wanted in “Krug Baumen’s air traveller schedule calculator “. Believe me you don’t get bargains like that everytime, as at then it cost about £750 to get one those from “Krug Baumen ” but the price dropped now to £410 and we bought it for only £55.
I know what you thinking but its original, boxed with the certificate of ownership and the 8 stones of diamond in it were all certified. Believe it or not, with “cash converters” you’ll always get jaw dropping deals on wrist watches and everything that has to do with improving your lifestyle.
I don’t think anyone cares if it’s worn a couple of times, you can’t tell since it has no scratch or sign of being used. The few things we all care about is the originality, affordability and perhaps a warranty, I got all three and I saved more.
I’ve never been a believer of spending tons of money on accessories, but I enjoy using the right ones.