The Watch Thread - Part 15

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I always thought a Tudor will cost a few Ks more.

there's engraving on the back that explains the lower price they letting go.

its an anniversary set whereby those peeps who doesn't favor watches will all offload it.
 

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Understood. Sorry, pretty new to watch collection.

You mean Tudor engraved on the back and collectors dun like it?
there's engraving on the back that explains the lower price they letting go.

its an anniversary set whereby those peeps who doesn't favor watches will all offload it.
 

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Understood. Sorry, pretty new to watch collection.

You mean Tudor engraved on the back and collectors dun like it?

no. its an anniversary gift by their company and they engraved their company's name on the back.
 

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no. its an anniversary gift by their company and they engraved their company's name on the back.

When Rolex do this kind of thing, corporate engraving or Middle Eastern country logo on the dial, the watch resells for five figures or more.

When Tudor do this kind of thing, our friend here is able to buy it for $1.8k

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Why do you think this is so?
 

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When Rolex do this kind of thing, corporate engraving or Middle Eastern country logo on the dial, the watch resells for five figures or more.

When Tudor do this kind of thing, our friend here is able to buy it for $1.8k

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Why do you think this is so?

depends who is the crowd disposing the watches. the company is not local, the masses perhaps not into watches, festive is coming, fast cash will be put to good use.

those into watches one will definitely hold the value abit or self wear.
 
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