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Immaculate BAREFACED ONETEN at good saving on the £399 cost. 

I bought two of these but have only been out with the pair once, a single Oneten is that good! ... hence the sale.

Hardly used, unmarked, with original packaging.

And yes, they are as good as everyone says they are...






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