Askania: The "Berlinale" watch

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    Askania: The "Berlinale" watch

    Limited edition of 58 pieces for 3895 Euro () each.



    Here´s the back



    Not very promising but maybe some starlets bought it

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    Re: Askania: The "Berlinale" watch

    That is a lot of money. The website says the movement is the Askania 2064, but I am going to guess it is either an ETA 2824 or 2892. Askania is way overpriced in IMO. It is a good looking watch, but for what it is, not worth the price.
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    Re: Askania: The "Berlinale" watch

    The price is steep, but not surprising.

    The bear, though, doesn't really look like the one in the Berlin coat-of-arms, but like it is dancing ...
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    Re: Askania: The "Berlinale" watch

    They are pushing it a bit aren't they?
    This is serious money for an IMHO not so serious watch.
    Well, it's their show, but I don't think they will attract a lot of real lovers of the mechanical watch .

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    Re: Askania: The "Berlinale" watch

    Its Platinum, right ?

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    Re: Askania: The "Berlinale" watch

    I'd say 10 of those would be worth 3895 euros, maybe.
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    Laughing Re: Askania: The "Berlinale" watch

    Quote Originally Posted by Crusader View Post
    The price is steep, but not surprising.

    The bear, though, doesn't really look like the one in the Berlin coat-of-arms, but like it is dancing ...
    Yep, it is dancing and laughing all the way to the bank! By the way the logo "Askania" does quite a bit like "Lemania", doesn't it?

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    Re: Askania: The "Berlinale" watch

    Party like a rock star

    Limited edition of 58 x 3895 Euros = 225,910 Euros

    That's a neat little profit of 214,310 Euros

    Cheers,
    Bhanu

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    Re: Askania: The "Berlinale" watch

    3895 euros for an ETA!!! WOW!

    This watch is for someone with a hole to burn in their pocket. Of course, the person would also have a hole in their head as well.

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    Home made watch

    Well, it doesn´t have the bear, but the same movement, and it was less than 200.-€


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