I found this brand-new, in-box Henry London chronograph for just €29,99, usually retails for around €80~€100,
It's brand new, zero defects, still with the protective stickers on it, and including a certificate of authenticity,
invitation to the "Henry London Owners' Club" and a polishing kit.
It's a modern take on a more classic style watch, with a tall domed crystal (acrylic plastic), and small case
size: 39mm in diameter (incl. crown). It also has a 24hr time function and very peculiar (but interesting!)
bent hands (see last pic). Never seen this before but might be normal on watches with a tall domed crystal?
It's a bit small for my taste, but on the other hand, I do not yet have any small, formal (classic) dress watches
yet sooo.... Do I keep it or do I flip it and resell it for a small profit?