Eyal comes clean on the NE78A Bait and Switch Scam

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Re: Eyal comes clean on the NE78A Bait and Switch Scam

Post by koimaster » March 12th 2011, 9:01am

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Damn! I am at my office right now! I do not need to read this crap and laugh so hard that I have to swallow boiling hot coffee to avoid spewing it on my computer. Asshole :lol!:


Then this should put you over the edge:

http://www.bdwf.net/forum/showthread.php?p=552579


Interestingly, even that didn't get me banned at WG's. I didn't get banned until I started posting here. Behold, the power of the lards!




Membership here gives you an automatic ban at WG if they find out. It is similar to the automatic BDWF ban they had back in 2008.
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Re: Eyal comes clean on the NE78A Bait and Switch Scam

Post by boscoe » March 12th 2011, 4:51pm

TVDinner wrote:The value to these ongoing lies, or purposeful 1/2 truths made only to pump up sales figures - is that a few people each time wake up and see the scam that has been slapping them in the face for months (or years). So while each lie sucks and further proves that Invicta is not a brand worthy of our money - it also wakes up others and drives them to seeing the light and moving on to other watch brands.

For the few hundred blind followers on WG, who would continue to buy the brand even if a representative from Invicta broke into their homes and stole money from their children's piggy banks - they are hopeless sheep.

Unfortunately, due to the reach of his TV outlet, there's a sucker born every minute for Eyal "Swinese" Lalo. The suckers grow faster than those who wise up. Maybe five watches later they start seeing the truth. Meanwhile, he's stackin' the cheese, baby
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Re: Eyal comes clean on the NE78A Bait and Switch Scam

Post by OTMF » March 13th 2011, 3:49am

Eyal taking pointers from N.A.S.A?
N.A.S.A. re-Failed Glory Mission wrote:
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Re: Eyal comes clean on the NE78A Bait and Switch Scam

Post by Mark » March 14th 2011, 1:06am

OTMF wrote:Jim and Eyal made no mention of the Ocean Speedway Debacle during this presentation tonite.
No corrections from the last presentations that had the selling point of 36,000bph.
NADA...Why am I not surprised.



he did say it was 28.8vph
he also the REASON TO BUY THIS...(pause) is it's EXCLUSIVITY!

Yeah Fuck you Jim and that piece of shit movement. Comparing it to ETA and DD and the Spring Drive. But then again, all those stupid idiots who are watchgeeks eat that shit up. So who is the fucker and fuckee
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Re: Eyal comes clean on the NE78A Bait and Switch Scam

Post by Guest » March 24th 2011, 2:56pm

kmt:
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NE78A Detail Specs Calcifications and Updates
Clarifications and Updates to the NEW SII Caliber NE78A:

The movement has a 28,800 VPH Frequency, same as the Valjoux 7750 and not 36,000, we will adjust all Specs relating to this movement. All NE78A calibers are made in JAPAN. This caliber does have a 45 hour power reserve. The watch (mainspring) is fully wound by turning the crown 55 times. If you plan to use a watch winder for this model, the rotary speed can be set at 30rpm, and will be fully charged within 60 minutes. Watch does contain 34 Jewels.

Thank you, Team Invicta


Erudite WatchLords, please enlighten me in regards to the term "VPH" as Mr. Eyal Lalo uses it in his message above. To date, my negligible education in wristwatch terminology leads me to wonder if "bph" is correct.

Kind regards
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Re: Eyal comes clean on the NE78A Bait and Switch Scam

Post by OTMF » March 24th 2011, 2:58pm

Seattle wrote:Funny, this was a topic that was considered boring at freeks and the owner claimed he had no interest. I guess it's ok to comment at Lords about it though??? Hmmm.... opinions vary depending on the audience your trying to suck up to?

I see what you just did there:)
You made a very clear and honest assessment, and I wholeheartedly agree!
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Re: Eyal comes clean on the NE78A Bait and Switch Scam

Post by conjurer » March 24th 2011, 7:03pm

Rose wrote:[Erudite WatchLords, please enlighten me in regards to the term "VPH" as Mr. Eyal Lalo uses it in his message above. To date, my negligible education in wristwatch terminology leads me to wonder if "bph" is correct.

Kind regards


VPH=vibrations-per-hour, BPH=beats-per-hour. The terms are interchangeable.
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Re: Eyal comes clean on the NE78A Bait and Switch Scam

Post by koimaster » April 21st 2011, 4:43pm

Mike Gonzalez

What can you tell us about the new SII NE78A Automatic Chronograph movement? I can't find any information about this movement.
I've asked this before, but received no response
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Seiko

Hi Mike, we will get back to you on this. Thank you for your inquiry.
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Mike Gonzalez


Thank you, I look forward to your follow through.
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Seiko

Hi Mike, the SII movement is not a movement used in Seiko watches.
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Mike Gonzalez

Hi Seiko, I understand that, but you DO make the movement, and I am requesting information about that movement. For starters, where is it made? What brands can it be found as an engine in their products? What are the Tech Specs?
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Hi Mike, the movement is made in Shizukuishi, Japan at the Shizukuishi Watch Studio. We cannot say the brands that it can be found in as that is propietary information. As far as the technical specs, we suggest that you contact Invicta as SII has followed their requirements when developing the movement for their use. Thank you for your inquiry.
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Mike Gonzalez


Hi Seiko, thank you very much for your follow through. It is greatly appreciated.


Watch Lords


Really? My understanding is that it is nothing more than a modified NE 15/20 for the OEM market. My emails between SII, TMI and myself indicate the movement is not different, only certain parts were made in Japan and assembly was elsewhere....

I am also curious why a forum member opened an Seiko Sawtooth which says made in Japan and it has China on the inside case.

http://watchlords.forumotion.net/t10072-seiko-something-i-didn-t-expect-during-a-battery-change-right-now#81597

I will add that Invicta claimed this was a 36,000vbh movement when first sold and that Sieko and Invicta developed this movement and that it was the equal to the valjoux 7750 in both quality and price,
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