👏wow you are very welcome and I am glad the Bulgari Revolution LE found a great, new home 🥰
Sorry for the late reply somehow I missed the post. Likewise it was a pleasure dealing with you and I really wanted the watch to go to a true Bulgari watch lover so I was glad to hear from your.
Money is not everything and I am always doubtful about these deals where a watch, LE or not, goes for a much higher price the the original MSRP.
In my case I guess it was even better as I did not wear this watch a lot 😄so it made sense to let it go. Since I bought the Phillips LE early this year I thought that having twice a very similar watch wasn't for me...
luckily my love for the Octo Finissimo did not disappear so I had the chance to get the Rose Gold one which I love.
Enjoy it and wear it good health ! 👏 Thanks again for the smooth transaction. A true gentleman and very fast!
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