Fine watches have been around for years as a major investment, with hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of dollars being sold at auctions around the world.
The first, and most difficult, point Chrono24 makes is to find the hot models that will be popular in the future. First, there are vintage models like the Rolex Submariner ref. 14060, which is currently available for around $10,000 but still has plenty of room for future appreciation; then there are the new replicas of classic models like the Omega Seamaster Ploprof; and finally, there are the predictions based solely on one’s own eyes.
The second tip is to look for the works of small independent watchmaking companies. Chrono24 believes that both affordable and high-end niche brands have a large number of watch enthusiasts, such as F.P. Journe, Laurent Ferrier, H. Moser & Cie and Czapek Genève, which attract a lot of attention through their outstanding craftsmanship, design and materials. Many attention. The more affordable ones, including Laventure, MING, UNIMATIC, Studio Underd0g, HALIOS and Autodromo, are also worth looking out for.
The last tip is relatively more specific, is to suggest that watch fans can add more hand gold or half gold models, Rolex in general, the full gold Day-Date market is still under the steel sports watches, but full gold and half gold elements are actually increasingly popular, Tudor and Tissot have launched such new watches, although not easy to find, perhaps in the Rolex products, there are still Perhaps there are still semi-gold models with room for appreciation in Rolex’s offerings that are worth exploring.
Of course, whether the above tips work or not remains to be tested by the market, and Chrono24 finally mentions that there is no such thing as a short-term victory in the world of watches, and that the criteria for collecting and investing are still determined by time.