Absolutely true, but tell that to someone buying. "Hey, your watch will almost certainly be defective at some point in the not so distant future... can't say when, and we can't exactly pin down what is causing it (or we refuse to publicly say it) so we'll have to drop a new movement in the case." Not exactly confidence inspiring, and I think that is now clearly reflecting in the market price.So there are problems with the date wheel? The buyer gets five years warranty.
Perhaps a difference of opinion, but it seems plainly obvious that Tudor is drawing on the vintage Rolex vibe. Can't get a GMT Master II from your AD? - step right this way to the BB GMT.Tudor is not suppose to scratch the Rolex itch. Rolex looks different.
Not true at all. Plenty of people with Tudor-level money (whether single, HOH or MFJ) still got stimulus checks in rounds 1, 2 and 3. I'm not saying they all spent it on watches, but they still got the check and it was effectively additional disposable income given the fact that the other large source of discretionary spending (i.e. vacation) was not feasible or possible in 2020 or early 2021.People who can afford Tudor don't get stimulus checks. At least, I did not.
Source: I'm a tax professional. Saw it left, right and center.