Q. Dear Gonzo,
LThis may shock you, but I want to declare right away – I have no real interest in watches and am not trying to pretend; Nor does it show an example of intellectual inquiry into hidden clocks. What I’m really asking is clear; Rhetorical or not but I’m sure you have a dead and very uninteresting question – it’s about money.
“Which watch should I buy now to ensure a good return when I sell it in 5 or 10 years?” –
A. OMy…what am I supposed to do with someone like you?!? I can’t decide if I should hug you or strangle you! Men like you always amaze me with your honesty and perplex me with your harshness; You’re not surprised. So, I’ll answer that question and you deserve a no-brainer in return.
Got pockets deep enough to buy five or more toys? If the answer is straight – “No!” Then I can’t do much for you, except to tell you what you can get with confirmation “Yes.”. If it is a companyNo”; I try to find some lighter spots in that solidity and try to surround there – as a large consideration – some jewels of horology. These won’t cost you an arm and a leg and will still be worth your money and ego.
Get it straight – This is what your clock should look likeExtraordinary‘ If you want to sell, after that to help you get back what you spent, and a little more, if not some time later. being Extraordinary Price demands. The clock proves that there is nothing to speak of Terrible Investment.
However, this does not mean that every watch that has something to talk about will fetch a good resale value. What makes or breaks them at that particular moment begins a massive chaos, from which there is nothing else Omega, Audemars Piguet, Patek Philippe, Rolex and Grand Seiko Maybe get out alive. But those are big ticket numbers. We approach it from the perspective of leading – if nothing else – to watch boxes that don’t disappoint aesthetically or technically or financially. On the flip side, they are not much of a choice for newcomers A plutocrat whose regular pastimes include social media updates about buying, wearing and flipping anything mentioned Made by hand Or Limited-editionRegardless of whether they exist or not.
Even after you use the watch fairly well (4 days a week more or less) you want to get your money back from resale and a little more than that, and it’s not something you take out of an iron chest for air every day. And wipe, only to put it back where it was before.
But before that, if your answer is straightforward “No”, I would like to draw your attention to the survivors as well as a few others the turmoil. They will be IWC, Vacheron Constantin, Piaget, JLC, A Lange & Söhne And Zenith. While not all that meaningful as the previous 5, they’re nice watches that keep the world away from clutter. luxury Uneducated and common people.
Why do we consider these watches the powerhouses of the horology world? In fact, the Rolex Submariner not matched for Patek Philippe Grand Master Chim If we look at complications but not both chim Way to stand up in harsh marine environment a Submarine will be Or, Nothing Stands Like Space Moonwatch! Nothing thinner than that APJumbo Extra-thin And no one speaks the language of design better GS. All conform to COSC standard. GS surpasses it!
I think you’re probably in good hands when you consider the following:
Before you start investing in watches, keep in mind:
- Investing in watches has both risks and rewards depending on your choice.
- Watches do not form a traditional investment portfolio and gains can be very small compared to stocks or commodities.
- The watch you choose should match your personal style. That way, if you ever change your mind and plan to go ahead with what you thought about selling, you’ll be glad you did.
- Buying watches is not betting on horses. Watches gain appreciation over time.
Keep falling Give your answers below. Which of the above would you most like to go for and what would you go for? buy now
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