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Old 23rd Aug 2019, 13:08
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Originally Posted by Parson View Post
What I mean is that there seems to be endless models/new models/limited editions ie have a look how many 'Seamasters' there are. Not a problem as they are generally good watches but does dilute the brand a bit and, if you buy one new, won't retain much value.
You are right with the constant stream of Limited Editions being annoying... however many of those LE are the only watches which are actually keeping or improving one their value (especially from the Speedmaster series). As with most luxury watches but certain Rolex sport models you should write off 35% of RRP immediately.
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