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Watch Guide

Pascal Gehrlein
Jan 17, 2018

You're looking to sell a watch and want to know a reasonable sales price? Having a sense of the current value of your watch is worthwhile in numerous situations. While you certainly don't want to scare off potential buyers with an excessive asking price, you also don't want to undervalue your watch. The following tips will help you assess the realistic value of your timepiece easily and comfortably.

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Oliver Siegle
Jan 12, 2018

What were the most popular luxury watch brands and which were the top models? Discover interesting statistics from Chrono24 about the watch market in 2017.

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Robert-Jan Broer
Jan 05, 2018

Both brands belong to the Swatch Group and both carry dress watches as well as sports watches. Union Glashütte is one of the brands from the German watch “mile“ in the Glashütte village, near Dresden. Tissot is Swiss and has its headquarters in Bienne, where you’ll also find other Swatch Group brands and Rolex production plants. Let’s take a closer look at these watches.

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Jorg Weppelink
Dec 22, 2017

The words ‘limited edition’ have a certain degree of magic about them that seems to attract watch buyers. Many people find the idea of buying a watch that others can’t have due to scarcity quite appealing. Watch brands know this and have been releasing ‘limited editions’ a lot in the past few years as a way to sell more watches. Some question the true effect of these words in an industry where limited production is standard – and what happens when the market gets flooded with limited edition rel

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Oliver Siegle
Dec 10, 2017

The current market value on Chrono24 is significantly higher than the official list price.

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Jorg Weppelink
Dec 05, 2017

Over the last couple of years, there have been many discussions about the rise of smartwatches and the effect they would have on the classic watch industry. Discussion topics range from smartwatches replacing the mechanical watch to them creating new potential classic watch buyers by introducing them to the topic of wristwatches and later converting them to the luxury market. There is no scenario that has not been discussed by both journalists and watch aficionados alike.

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Balazs Ferenczi
Nov 24, 2017

There are watch events across the world throughout each year, but there is hardly any like Dubai Watch Week. Luckily, we were there to give you a firsthand report on the show.

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Jonathan Arnold
Nov 20, 2017

Before you start repeatedly yelling ‘no’ at your screen and face palming, take a deep breath and ask yourself, is Rolex really still better than Tudor? Ten years ago, the answer would have been a fairly obvious and emphatic, yes! These days, however, things aren’t quite so clear cut.

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Oliver Siegle
Nov 08, 2017

Charity and luxury watches don’t go together very often and they never do in such a spectacular way than at the famous Only Watch auction. The auction takes place this Saturday 11th November 2017, 2:30 PM (MEZ) in Geneva.

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Oliver Siegle
Nov 07, 2017

Many imagine the production of a fine timepiece involving an old watchmaker sitting bent low over his workbench with a magnifying glass in his eye, intently concentrated on constructing a mechanical movement piece by piece. For a handful of small, independent manufacturers, the scene above strikes a bit closer to home. Moritz Grossmann from Glashütte, Germany is one such exclusive watchmaker.

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