HOW TO SEARCH FOR MULTIPLE SPELLINGS IN ITEM TITLES.

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Searching for an item that has several potential spellings can be enhanced by the use of brackets and quotation marks. This potentially picks up items that you may want to view where the seller has spelt the Item Title wrong.
For example if you were looking for a Seiko Chronograph watch you may wish to type in the search box:
     Seiko ("chronograph","cronograph")
This would pick up any item with a title containing Seiko and EITHER chronograph OR cronograph.
If you wanted to search for different brands of chronograph watch then you could use the following search term:
     (“Seiko”,”Citizen”) ("chronograph","cronograph")
This would pick up any item with EITHER Seiko OR Citizen AND EITHER chronograph OR cronograph.
If you only wanted to search for chronograph watches of a certain brand WITHOUT leather in the title as you don’t want a leather strap then you can employ the use of the ‘-‘ (minus) sign as shown here:
     (“Seiko”,”Citizen”) ("chronograph","cronograph") -leather
This would pick up any item with EITHER Seiko OR Citizen AND EITHER chronograph OR chronograph but NOT leather.
I find this very useful and have picked up some good deals on items that were not spelt correctly. Potentially because people would not see the time when they are searching for the correctly spelt item!

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