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Thread: Rolex Watch Company sales soar to 268 million in the UK 2016

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSmith View Post
    Not much of an investment compared to my flat built in 1985, I think that's gone up over 600% and you could have lived in it/rented it out too!
    (Unfortunately I haven't owned it since then as not many school kids buy flats)

    As for current Rolex prices? Let's not forget Rolex is a charity so you have to factor in the warm glow of benevolence included in the RRP which is priceless.
    I do my bit for charity, but I chose who and how much.

    I get a warm glow from buying a bargain, the watch that I most covet is a Pepsi GMT, but not at the insane prices they command now.

    Yes, I know they are an investment but as I don't sell that doesn't concern me.
    I'm just a very naughty boy.

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    Rolex isn't a charity in the normal use of the term. ;-)

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    If your paid in usd, eur, aud, etc... come to the uk and save 10-15% off all luxury goods this year!
    Also depending on where your from, claim all taxes back before you leave.

    This might have something to do with uk sales.

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    All aboard the bling bus, standing room only!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mardon View Post
    If your paid in usd, eur, aud, etc... come to the uk and save 10-15% off all luxury goods this year!
    Also depending on where your from, claim all taxes back before you leave.

    This might have something to do with uk sales.
    you might just be right. welcome BTW. Have a happy Forum engagement!

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