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What is the point of spending so much money on a watch?
Why would I want a mechanical/automatic watch when quartz is more accurate?
What is the real reason why mechanical versions -- even of the same watch -- are more expensive?
Which watches are collectible?
What is and is not important when choosing which NEW watch to buy
What are the real advantages and disadvantages of buying from authorized dealers?
What does a COSC certification or Chronometer rating on a watch really mean to me?
I am worried after reading on the Internet about some people having a problem with the watch I'm thinking about buying.
Watches with a good resale value are a good investment, right?
Watches not a good investment? But many classic watches sell for far more now than when new!
So what makes a watch have good resale value?Aspects that have a very positive influence on resale value:
Aspects that may have only a small influence the resale price:
Aspects that lose the most value on resale:
And finally, aspects that notably hurt resale values: