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PHOENIX — A man got the deal of a lifetime when he saw a watch at Goodwill and purchased it for $6.
According to KSAZ, Zach Norris found out the watch was worth a lot more than $6 after doing some research.
Norris ended up selling the watch for a whopping $35,000.
A watch specialist confirmed to Norris the piece was a Jaeger-LeCoultre Deep Sea Alarm.
The specialist agreed to purchase the watch from Norris and even threw in an Omega Speedster Professional watch as part of the deal.