+1 Ebay has many more watches for sale than any of the forums. Actual prices received are an excellent indicator of the current value for a watch.Go to eBay and check "Completed Listings" for the brand and model you're interested in. The prices shown in green are the actual prices the item sold for. The prices shown in red are what the seller asked for and didn't get.
Anything is possible regarding what price the original seller actually obtained the watch for. But keep in mind - if a watch deal sounds too good to be true, then it probably is.i have been lurking in the sales forum , addicting it is ! by the way a question, i noticed some expensive watches retail at ($ XXXX ) price and they are selling at half of the $XXXX price. I am amazed how quick a few months watch can depreciate in price by so much ? I know almost all of the sellers never brought the watch at $XXXX price as stated, but could they have brought the watches NEW at half the $XXXX price then ?