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    better resale value

    which has better resale value - bell & ross, breitling, or omega? thanks!

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    Re: better resale value

    Rolex.

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    Probably Omega, but Breitling is close. Also depends if you buy new or preowned. B&R would be the worst of those 3.

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    Re: better resale value

    If you buy what you love, the question becomes moot.
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    Re: better resale value

    I can tell you which one has the worst resale value...

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    Re: better resale value

    Not just make, but model plays significant factor in resale.

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    Re: better resale value

    Depends on the model, if it is a sought one, if it is vintage, what condition it is in, if it is sold with box and complete papers, check ebay for references.

    In general terms:

    Omega-Breitling-B&R.

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    Re: better resale value

    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike View Post
    Depends on the model, if it is a sought one, if it is vintage, what condition it is in, if it is sold with box and complete papers, check ebay for references.

    In general terms:

    Omega-Breitling-B&R.
    What he said. A 196x Seamaster will fetch a better price than a De Ville from the same year. The older the watch, the more valuable box & papers are.

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    Re: better resale value

    I am curious by the question you ask. Is it to determine if you should purchase a particular watch based on the resale value? While that may be a determing factor, it should not be a very high priority. All watches, much like cars, have their 'value' diminish once the purchase is made. If you are interested in a watch, or a few different watches, try them on, learn about the movements, complications, or anything else that may be of relevance to you. Once you find a watch that "fits", ask the spouse before you spend the money, and then, go and enjoy your new timepiece.

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    Re: better resale value

    Buy the watch you love and hopefully you never have to sell it. Next, buy a 6 month old pre-owned watch that has already depreaciated. Resale, depends on model, condition, box-papers..................current demand. In general, B&R would have the worse resale.

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