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American Precious Metals Exchange (“APMEX”) Unboxing, Review & Opinions

The American Precious Metals Exchange (AKA “APMEX”) at http://www.apmex.com is a great source for quality bullion products! I’ve been doing business with the…
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22 Responses to American Precious Metals Exchange (“APMEX”) Unboxing, Review & Opinions

  1. IrixGuy says:

    @408Magenta It’s my fine studio! I film all of my coin vids there 🙂

  2. 408Magenta says:

    get some scissors you dildo!! Why did you have to do this over a sink??

  3. IrixGuy says:

    Oh and I always recommend doing a Better Business Bureau search if you’re uncertain. It’s a good way to gauge credibility of a business.

  4. IrixGuy says:

    Unfortunately I have not. I’ve only done business with APEX, Provident Metals and Gainesville Coins so far. My interactions with all three of those bullion dealers have been top-notch so far. Thanks for watching!

  5. KubuntuYou says:

    Have you done any business with meritgold and, if so, what is your take on them?

  6. IrixGuy says:

    Of course =) It’s the best lighting in my entire house =) Feel free to check out my other coin and bullion vids too! I welcome you to subscribe to my YouTune channel as well. I’ll continue to post fresh content!

  7. Kaynos says:

    you always open your silver and gold over the bathroom sink ?

  8. IrixGuy says:

    @James Morrison Credit cards are instant but I pay more premium when I use a card. Most often I just snail mail a check. From the time I drop the check in the mailbox, it’s typically a week or less. APMEX are good people.  Never had a problem with them personally.

  9. James Morrison says:

    How long did it take apmex to process your payment? and did you use a credit card or what?

  10. IrixGuy says:

    @seven47katana I’ll use a sword 🙂

  11. seven47katana says:

    next time use a knife ; )

  12. IrixGuy says:

    @nicolasgarcia2011 Do you know if that will get it graded as cleaned or is it able to be detected? Thanks for sharing btw

  13. nick garcia says:

    i’ve found the best way is using hot water mixed with baking soda. about a cut per table spoon.put it in a bowl with foil on the bottom,then put your water and baking soda. i know it may sound corny,but it works. it also gets rid of discoloration.

  14. IrixGuy says:

    @p154831 How do ya remove milk spots?

  15. p154831 says:

    i got my order coming from apmex soon… got some milk spot covered silver timber wolves for $41 each…. doesn’t matter though because I know how to remove the spots and then sell on ebay for $60+ 🙂

  16. Silvercoinsshow says:

    Awesome guys I was thinking this video is about coins from APMEX… but really is about watch, or I should say time masterpiece. Thank you +Thumb up

  17. IrixGuy says:

    @apmex No problem! It’s always a pleasure doing business with APMEX!

  18. apmex says:

    Thanks for the video and thank you for your compliments.

  19. IrixGuy says:

    @IrixGuy The Chronomat Evolution is great but this one is even a little bigger!

  20. IrixGuy says:

    @IrixGuy I originally has intended to get the Navitimer but got this one instead because if the extra water resistance.

  21. IrixGuy says:

    @geniusmarketing08 Thanks! It’s the Super Avenger with Pro 2 bracelet. I picked it up at an AD in Charlotte Amalie St. Thomas a few years back. It’s one of my favorites.

  22. geniusmarketing08 says:

    nice Breitling, is it real? If so, what model…I used to have an Evolution that looked like that but different bracelet style.