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IN THIS EPISODE OF the satirical Gene the Jeweler series, Gene tells a brief story about a watch he bought.

He says it’s a Rolex, and he picked it up over-the-counter for $2,000. He’s hoping to turn a big profit.

The seller said it doesn’t work. Gene opens the watch — but only after he’s already bought the watch and the seller has left.

He finds that it only needs a new battery. He also finds the words “Made in China.”

You know, Gene, something tells us that’s not a real Rolex. And a new battery is not going to help its value!

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Video: How Gene the Jeweler Buys Watches

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