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    Pre-owned Milgauss Pricing

    I am considering purchasing a pre-owned Milgauss as my first Rolex. One item of note is it seems that prices appear to be all over the map for this model. Right now I prefer the 116400GV with the green crystal. What would be a "fair" price for one of these with box and warranty card assuming in good condition?

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    I believe they are trading at $8k, correct me if I am wrong.

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    You can get that one between $6500-$7000 right now, say a dew years old in excellent condition box and papers

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    Yeah they look to be between $7-8K per watch recon.

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    I think they have older versions that are smaller than the current 40mm offering. I'd imagine that you can get a better deal on the smaller case sizes, although both are way out of my price range :(
    maybe one day...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calier View Post
    I think they have older versions that are smaller than the current 40mm offering. I'd imagine that you can get a better deal on the smaller case sizes, although both are way out of my price range :(
    maybe one day...
    Way off my friend. Vintage Milgauss watches command a HUGE premium if you can find one for sale. They are fairly rare. If you want a Milgauss, the reissues are the only way to go unless you have fairly DEEP pockets.

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    I did not mean vintage. I could have sworn I saw a pretty current 34 or 36mm Milgauss at an AD and that it sold for a little less than the 40mm version. I must be crossing wires with a different watch, my bad.


    Quote Originally Posted by Jason71 View Post
    Way off my friend. Vintage Milgauss watches command a HUGE premium if you can find one for sale. They are fairly rare. If you want a Milgauss, the reissues are the only way to go unless you have fairly DEEP pockets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calier View Post
    I did not mean vintage. I could have sworn I saw a pretty current 34 or 36mm Milgauss at an AD and that it sold for a little less than the 40mm version. I must be crossing wires with a different watch, my bad.
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    The model has low demand, specially while compared to other models.
    List price is close to the Submariner Date
    List price is above the DJ41

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    Without green verte circa ~5500USD in Europe with box and papers
    With GV it is closer to 6500-7000usd, but their prices may be negotiable, who knows...

    But this model is readily available here, sits on shelves for months, so I reckon you could have a new with discount.
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    Re: Pre-owned Milgauss Pricing

    Quote Originally Posted by Paneraiguy1 View Post
    I am considering purchasing a pre-owned Milgauss as my first Rolex. One item of note is it seems that prices appear to be all over the map for this model. Right now I prefer the 116400GV with the green crystal. What would be a "fair" price for one of these with box and warranty card assuming in good condition?
    You had another thread asking about the Oyster Perpetual 39. Are you now looking at a pre-owned Milgauss instead?

    You should do some research starting with our forum sponsors to get an idea of the prices and come to a decision on what you are willing to pay. A low price is normally a reflection of the condition of the watch and the upper end is one which is brand new and unworn. I am sure you can work that out by reading the description of sale item.

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