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    Cool

    Cheap mark one dial LV :-)

    Really, its not todayís prices itís tomorrows that count.


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    No flat 4 bezel. That's why it's 15k would have 20k with flat 4

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    Quote Originally Posted by bokbok View Post
    No flat 4 bezel. That's why it's 15k

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    Thatís why itís a bargain


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    Quote Originally Posted by kinsella1 View Post
    Thatís why itís a bargain


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    I suppose no point without the bezel personally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bokbok View Post
    I suppose no point without the bezel personally.

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    Personally Iíd agree, unless you have a spare Flat 4 insert laying around.
    In a few years time who knows this could be cheap!!! , but for me itís overpriced at this moment


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    Quote Originally Posted by 100thmonkey View Post
    Its gone a little off and includes the Hulk too, both great news watches although I think the original LV will maintain its current range for a while and the Hulk should simmer in the very low teens till it no longer appears in the catalogue then itíll jump 30-50% if they remove it making a nice one mid to high teens. Pure speculation but Id pout my reputation on it
    Personally I can only see them updating the hulk to say a new movement then giving it a new reference number and not discontinuing it completely.

    And then the waiting lists will just to 10 years and not the current 3.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tomsdad View Post
    Somebody over on the OF's has just listed a full set 16610LV for 25K usd... ouch!
    Seems cheap now as an F serial Lv has just appeared on the very same forum for $5 under 25k.

    Not sold yet though


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    Quote Originally Posted by prexelor View Post
    Short answer: yes.
    The Rolex board meeting had only one question to discuss...

    "How much can we increase prices by before the sheep realise we're taking the piss?"
    I'm just a very naughty boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luddite View Post
    The Rolex board meeting had only one question to discuss...

    "How much can we increase prices by before the sheep realise we're taking the piss?"
    A lot.
    It's just a matter of time...

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    Be awful careful out there! I'll post this pic of a Franken 'Flat 4' that was for sale in a well known high st dealers last year...

    Was discussed here at length. Fodgy as Duck!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 33JS View Post
    Be awful careful out there! I'll post this pic of a Franken 'Flat 4' that was for sale in a well known high st dealers last year...

    Was discussed here at length. Fodgy as Duck!!
    Who was the dealer?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Omegamanic View Post
    A lot.
    Indeed.

    Given how superior their watches are to the rest of the field, it's no wonder that demand is so strong. Any other company would have massively jacked up the prices long ago under these circumstances.

    Not that the secondary-market pricing of a long-discontinued and highly-collectible model has anything to do with current MRSPs, anyway.

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    16610 lv prices

    Iíd take stab at Chisholm Hunter. Theyíve had quite a few Kermits and rather mysteriously, none of them had any paperwork.

    Just saying.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanm_3 View Post
    Iíd take stab at Chisholm Hunter. Theyíve had quite a few Kermits and rather mysteriously, none of them had any paperwork.

    Just saying.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by 33JS View Post
    Be awful careful out there! I'll post this pic of a Franken 'Flat 4' that was for sale in a well known high st dealers last year...

    Was discussed here at length. Fodgy as Duck!!
    Is that the same one that's been in virtually every dealer in central Scotland?

    Think I last saw it in Glasgow arcade not long ago..

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    Will be. They've been told about it time and time again!

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    It may also have been on eBay More than once. If itís the same one I reported it a few times


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    Quote Originally Posted by newsboy View Post
    It may also have been on eBay More than once. If itís the same one I reported it a few times


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    I'm not sure if it's just the insert that's fake, but surely any dealer would know that an engraved rehaut model could not have a flat 4 bezel?

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    Slightly off topic, but 116600 prices look to be firming up again.


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    So now that the aforementioned Hulk from this thread has been and gone at around £8500 does that have any bearing on what we think a 2006 LV Submariner is worth. Box and Rolex authenticity papers but not warranty card.

    Was considering a swap but canít decide whatís worth more at the moment.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gcleminson View Post
    I'm not sure if it's just the insert that's fake, but surely any dealer would know that an engraved rehaut model could not have a flat 4 bezel?
    Independent dealer, maybe. AD, quite unlikely.

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    For those that believe that the flat 4 will or possibility go down in the near future. What would the reason be?

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    Possibly ^

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    Quote Originally Posted by suli84 View Post
    For those that believe that the flat 4 will or possibility go down in the near future. What would the reason be?
    What goes up must come down ?

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    Ermmm, Iíd have to disagree, itís gonna go way up & in 5 years time look back on this post


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    How many of these were produced? From what Iíve been told they arenít that rare so I donít understand the demand all of a sudden🤔

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essexstu View Post
    How many of these were produced? From what Iíve been told they arenít that rare so I donít understand the demand all of a sudden樂
    I think your view point is slightly off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essexstu View Post
    How many of these were produced? From what Iíve been told they arenít that rare so I donít understand the demand all of a sudden
    I guess that all depends on what you have been told ? And by whom ?
    Have you an inside rolex source for production numbers ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essexstu View Post
    How many of these were produced? From what Iíve been told they arenít that rare so I donít understand the demand all of a sudden樂
    I don't think its the rarity.
    They were produced for 7 yrs in decent numbers and plenty available at a price on Chrono 24.
    A lot of owners and collectors keep them and a lot have several of them as they are collectable and increasing in value.
    Oh and they are also a great looking watch so that helps.
    Had one and sold it.
    Will get another but it won't be cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essexstu View Post
    How many of these were produced? From what Iíve been told they arenít that rare so I donít understand the demand all of a sudden樂
    Well one thing is for sure Rolex aren't making anymore & as for flat four insert replacement forget it.

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    In reality these arenít even that nice looking.

    If -or when- the music stops, people will realise that.

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    Everyone who owns an LV thinks it is nice looking, but won't realise its not until it stops appreciating?

    Logic of the highest order.

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    Flat 4 LV inserts aren't rare but highly desirable so they sell accordingly.
    It's the same with all Rolex parts which you can't obtain any more, 60 minute insert anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loupe View Post
    Flat 4 LV inserts aren't rare but highly desirable so they sell accordingly.
    It's the same with all Rolex parts which you can't obtain any more, 60 minute insert anyone?
    Quite. Didn't Jedley once post that a genuine Milsub second hand was a £10k+ item.

    I never got excited about this watch when it came out. That is usually how it works though, you completely ignore the next big thing.

    I think prices will continue to rise for a while yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wallasey Runner View Post
    Quite. Didn't Jedley once post that a genuine Milsub second hand was a £10k+ item.

    I never got excited about this watch when it came out. That is usually how it works though, you completely ignore the next big thing.

    I think prices will continue to rise for a while yet.
    So if the LV with a 7 year production what about the SDc with the 3 year run?
    Again IMO a great looking watch in the perfect size.
    Wear and enjoy -what will be will be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hood View Post
    So if the LV with a 7 year production what about the SDc with the 3 year run?
    Again IMO a great looking watch in the perfect size.
    Wear and enjoy -what will be will be.
    Totally agree that the SDc is a great watch, but somehow I don't see the same hysteria - which means you should all invest now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wallasey Runner View Post
    Quite. Didn't Jedley once post that a genuine Milsub second hand was a £10k+ item.

    I never got excited about this watch when it came out. That is usually how it works though, you completely ignore the next big thing.

    I think prices will continue to rise for a while yet.
    If only they cost that now! Iíve spoken to several collectors who wonít sell at any cost...

    LV prices will rise for full set nice pieces, those who have them will hold onto them.
    They will become more desirable and harder to buy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wallasey Runner View Post
    Totally agree that the SDc is a great watch, but somehow I don't see the same hysteria - which means you should all invest now
    I agree regarding buying them now. I remember 5/6 years ago at least two very respected dealers I know personally scoffed at the idea of the LV becoming collectible as in their opinion ďitís a modern Rolex, far too many were made for it to become collectibleĒ. The same dealers now ask the going rate which we know is very high so theyíve been proven wrong. In regards to the SDc, how can a 3 year production run modern Rolex which never sold well at the time NOT become collectible in the future. Itís a sure fire investment piece. Give it a few more years and I reckon weíll be talking a lot more than the £9/10k that we see asked for them now.

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    Was just speaking about watches with a guy at work and he says he bought a rolex with a green dial for his 40th ten years ago, said he paid 4 - 4.5k.
    Says it was a 50th anniversary watch and has the box and papers.
    Showed him this thread and said thats the one.....
    He hasn't worn it for years as he hardly wears a watch, just sits in its box.
    If he was to sell said watch privately, what would be a fair price?
    I've said watchfinder would give him a price but asking for the wisdom off the forum.

    Thanks.

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    LV prices will rise for full set nice pieces, those who have them will hold onto them.
    They will become more desirable and harder to buy.[/QUOTE]

    Totally agree

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    Just makes me want to put a few pics on


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    Just come up for sale


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    When they hit 20k I might sell a couple 🤪🤪


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    Quote Originally Posted by Belligero View Post
    Indeed.

    Given how superior their watches are to the rest of the field, it's no wonder that demand is so strong. Any other company would have massively jacked up the prices long ago under these circumstances.

    Not that the secondary-market pricing of a long-discontinued and highly-collectible model has anything to do with current MRSPs, anyway.
    Hoho ho.

    That was irony.

    Right?
    I'm just a very naughty boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newsboy View Post
    When they hit 20k I might sell a couple 浪浪


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    Sounds about right. Mine arenít going anywhere at the minute ;)
    It's just a matter of time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by luddite View Post
    Hoho ho.

    That was irony.

    Right?
    The other brands around Rolexís price level certainly wish it was. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by newsboy View Post
    When they hit 20k I might sell a couple 浪浪


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    LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loupe View Post

    LV prices will rise for full set nice pieces, those who have them will hold onto them.
    They will become more desirable and harder to buy.
    I agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johny View Post
    LOL.



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