I don’t think they will stop selling them until demand dies down, at the moment there is still a waiting list.
Yes but their goal is to make watches for owners, not for the secondary market! Do I love my BB Harrods, YES. Did I get a decent deal on it (from a RedBar friend, to which I have a gentleman's agreement that if he ever wants the watch back, I'll sell it back to him at what I paid for it) YES I did. The secondary market price is just an afterthought and perk, vs. an intention for a company, no?They just keep cranking them out and the secondary market continues to fall
If they do that, I will dang well sure fly over to London to pick up whatever they have coming down the pipe. The harrods is my favorite (I have 4 black bays varieties,) of the clan, something about that dipped seconds hand and the color that does it.I actually think that with the current situation being as it is, Harrods/Tudor might call it a day with this one soon and move onto something else. Just a hunch😊
Lol I wouldn't mind that at all, mainly because I'd probably buy it too! - look, value aside, the harrods is an amazing watch so I'll always be happy with it!You better hope they never come out with a green BB58, otherwise you can watch your Harrods value drop in front of your eyes lol!
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Can't agree more. If I lived in the UK I'd have one for sure as it is a stunning watch. Just can't bring myself to take the markup hit over here, especially being in Canada and our dollar being abismal right now. I'm waiting in the hopes of a 58 in green so that I can get it from my AD here. Fingers crossed for next year.Lol I wouldn't mind that at all, mainly because I'd probably buy it too! - look, value aside, the harrods is an amazing watch so I'll always be happy with it!