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    Re: Thinking of buying a Hublot

    preowned hold their value rather than buying new ones. it all depends on your budget but you could start with a classic fusion or a SS big bang with carbon dial 44mm. I think they are going on the market for $7k

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    Re: Thinking of buying a Hublot

    Typically if you buy used they will hold their value pretty well and you can get in and out of it without much expense if you take care of it. If you're buying from AD obviously you will take a hit on second hand market.

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    Re: Thinking of buying a Hublot

    Go big (bang) or go home!

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    I guess if you've got it, flaunt it.

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    Re: Thinking of buying a Hublot

    Hey Chad,
    Any variant of the big bang holds its value really well. More limited editions are also solid routes to take, as their scarcity adds to their value. The Big Bang Aerofusion is one of my personal favorites!

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    Re: Thinking of buying a Hublot

    Just don't get the animal print ones if worried about value, unless that's your thing lol

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    Can't go wrong with the big bangs , aerofusions, aerobang, unico....hold value better than the rest.

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    Re: Thinking of buying a Hublot

    Definitely go pre-owned as people have suggested. They may be using the “limited” technique, but it gets played out and collectors catch on quick. Even the “limited” don’t hold that well.


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    As others said, if value in time is a thing for you then go preowned.

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    Re: Thinking of buying a Hublot

    Recommend going for pre owned, my favorite so far has been the classic fusion


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