Man buys watch at Goodwill for $6, sells it for $35K

A man spotted a special watch at a Phoenix Goodwill and bought it for $6.

After researching the piece, Zach Norris found out it was very valuable. So valuable, that he ended up selling it for $35,000.

Norris contacted San Francisco watch specialist Eric Ku and confirmed the worth of the Jaeger-LeCoultre Deep Sea Alarm he had found at the thrift store.

Ku told Norris he would buy the watch, so Norris flew out to San Francisco to give it to him in person.

The men agreed on the price of $35,000, plus, Ku says he added a Norris a Omega Speedster Professional to the deal too.

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