Evolution of Rolex pricing

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Evolution of Rolex pricing

Post by koimaster » January 1st 2020, 10:01pm

This is a table that a Rolex AD gave me to show how these watches appreciate over the years, or put differently, how the US dollar has devaluated. An inflation calculator is posted here to see how a Rolex purchased in the past would cost in current dollars.

An Excel version of the Rolex Price Evolution Spreadsheet is here, and a 4 page printable .PDF version is here.

https://minus4plus6.com/PriceEvolution. ... a9Empv4fz0


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Re: Evolution of Rolex pricing

Post by TemerityB » January 2nd 2020, 2:56pm

conjurer wrote:
January 2nd 2020, 12:08am
I have to admit, it's pretty nice owning a watch that's fucking appreciating in price. I've never had that happen before, and it makes my dick hard.

Yeah, I hear you. Keep virtually any model in shape and it's a real pass-me-down, or, in worst case scenarios, as an old-timer the fucking thing will keep me in cat food until the refrigerator crate blows away.

Morbid, yeah, but hey, ya gotta figure in reality, right? :wink:
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