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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesycake7 View Post
    Don’t think I have access, but happy to wait 2-3 days to find out. Tbh, my AD will probably tell me if I ask.
    Ah sorry, didn't notice your post count. Not long now and you can see them on the Rolex website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jukeboxs View Post
    Ah sorry, didn't notice your post count. Not long now and you can see them on the Rolex website.
    That’s fine. Was in at my AD yesterday and I’ve seen the new prices (on the stickers about to be put on hang tags).

    Quote Originally Posted by SydR View Post
    Was in my local AD today and they brought up the imminent price increase almost as a ‘buy it now or the price will go up’ sales tactic.

    Pity they didn’t have anything new in stock that caught my eye though a pre-owned one peaked my interest and will give it some thought.
    WoS group has not been doing deliveries for the last week or so. Stocking up for the price increase it seems. Am also looking for something nice to buy...

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    Happy to share these now :

    Steel Daytona 116500 £10,500
    Steel Submariner 114060 £6,300
    Steel Submariner Date LN (black) £7,150
    idem LV (green) £7,450
    Steel GMT-Master 126710 £7,750
    Steel Explorer II 216570 £6,650
    DSSD 126660 £10,100
    DSSD D-Blue 126660 £10,350
    Bicolour Submariner Date 116613 £11,250
    Explorer 214270 £5,200
    Steel SD43 126600 is £9,300
    Bicolour SD 126603 is £13,300
    DJ28 on Jubilee 63340 with white / roman dial is £6,250
    126655 on Oysterflex, black dial £21,900
    126200 on Jubilee with plain dial £5,800
    126234 on Jubilee with plain dial £6,800
    Milgauss 116400 GV £6,650
    Bicolour Daytona 116503 is £14,000.
    White gold Daytona 116509 with plain dial £31,550.
    White gold Daytona on Oysterflex 116519LN with plain dial will be £23,800.
    Steel Sky-Dweller 326934 is £11,850.
    Platinum Daytona 116506 plain dial £60,650.
    126300 with plain dial on Jubilee is £6,300
    idem on Oyster is £6,150.
    126334 with plain dial on Jubilee is £7,900 / Oyster £7,750
    idem with diamond dot dial is £9,500 / £9,350.
    Cellini 50509 croc strap / plain dial is £12,200
    Oyster Perpetual 26 176200 will be £3,900.
    Oyster Perpetual 39mm Rhodium 114300 will be £4,500.
    Air-King 116900 will be £5,150.
    31mm Datejust 178384 with MoP / ten diamond dial on Jubilee £15,200.
    Rose gold DD 228235 with plain dials will be £31,450.
    Steel and rose GMT (unfortunately nicknamed the turdmaster) 126711 CHNR will be £11,850.
    White gold GMT-Master 126719 BLRO with blue dial £30,650
    idem with meteorite dial £32,000
    White gold Sub 116619LB will be £30,750.
    126333 on Jubilee with "Wimbledon" dial will be £10,550.
    idem with crap Goldsmiths engraving on the back will be a bit more, but hit yourself if thinking about one.

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    CHNR up a cool 1k, over 9%!

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    Good to see the entry level air king at such a reasonable price.

    ***sorry I missed this bit***
    Last edited by robert75; 30th December 2019 at 11:51.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haywood_Milton View Post
    Happy to share these now :

    Steel Daytona 116500 £10,500
    Steel Submariner 114060 £6,300
    Steel Submariner Date LN (black) £7,150
    idem LV (green) £7,450
    Steel GMT-Master 126710 £7,750
    Steel Explorer II 216570 £6,650
    DSSD 126660 £10,100
    DSSD D-Blue 126660 £10,350
    Bicolour Submariner Date 116613 £11,250
    Explorer 214270 £5,200
    Steel SD43 126600 is £9,300
    Bicolour SD 126603 is £13,300
    DJ28 on Jubilee 63340 with white / roman dial is £6,250
    126655 on Oysterflex, black dial £21,900
    126200 on Jubilee with plain dial £5,800
    126234 on Jubilee with plain dial £6,800
    Milgauss 116400 GV £6,650
    Bicolour Daytona 116503 is £14,000.
    White gold Daytona 116509 with plain dial £31,550.
    White gold Daytona on Oysterflex 116519LN with plain dial will be £23,800.
    Steel Sky-Dweller 326934 is £11,850.
    Platinum Daytona 116506 plain dial £60,650.
    126300 with plain dial on Jubilee is £6,300
    idem on Oyster is £6,150.
    126334 with plain dial on Jubilee is £7,900 / Oyster £7,750
    idem with diamond dot dial is £9,500 / £9,350.
    Cellini 50509 croc strap / plain dial is £12,200
    Oyster Perpetual 26 176200 will be £3,900.
    Oyster Perpetual 39mm Rhodium 114300 will be £4,500.
    Air-King 116900 will be £5,150.
    31mm Datejust 178384 with MoP / ten diamond dial on Jubilee £15,200.
    Rose gold DD 228235 with plain dials will be £31,450.
    Steel and rose GMT (unfortunately nicknamed the turdmaster) 126711 CHNR will be £11,850.
    White gold GMT-Master 126719 BLRO with blue dial £30,650
    idem with meteorite dial £32,000
    White gold Sub 116619LB will be £30,750.
    126333 on Jubilee with "Wimbledon" dial will be £10,550.
    idem with crap Goldsmiths engraving on the back will be a bit more, but hit yourself if thinking about one.

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    Thanks! Seems like the Rolex website hasn’t updated yet....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesycake7 View Post
    Thanks! Seems like the Rolex website hasn’t updated yet....
    While individual ADs may be applying the prices earlier, it is really a 1st Jan increase.

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    Typical just as I’m looking to buy a couple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LRS-AC View Post
    Typical just as I’m looking to buy a couple.
    You’re late to the party lol
    Most aren’t immediately available anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haywood_Milton View Post
    While individual ADs may be applying the prices earlier, it is really a 1st Jan increase.
    Do you think there is a case for asking ADs to honour old prices today? Or are they allowed to implement the price increase before 1st Jan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesycake7 View Post
    Do you think there is a case for asking ADs to honour old prices today? Or are they allowed to implement the price increase before 1st Jan?
    You can always ask but there’s no basis for them giving it. If the RRP/list prices are supposed to be going up tomorrow, I suspect Rolex would take a dim view of an AD putting prices up early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David_D View Post
    You can always ask but there’s no basis for them giving it. If the RRP/list prices are supposed to be going up tomorrow, I suspect Rolex would take a dim view of an AD putting prices up early.
    In the past, ADs have been allowed some small discretion about when they re-ticket their stock with new prices. In these days of instant information dissemination it seems anachronistic, but practically it can take a little while to redo displays, stock tickets etc with the care needed to avoid silly mistakes.

    No harm in asking for the pre-increase price now, or indeed in early January. What has one to lose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David_D View Post
    You can always ask but there’s no basis for them giving it. If the RRP/list prices are supposed to be going up tomorrow, I suspect Rolex would take a dim view of an AD putting prices up early.
    They may take a dim view but Goldsmiths Chelmsford are already showing the new prices. 40mm rose gold Yachtmaster in the window at £21900!

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    Quote Originally Posted by t955daytona View Post
    They may take a dim view but Goldsmiths Chelmsford are already showing the new prices. 40mm rose gold Yachtmaster in the window at £21900!
    I suppose if you’re there to buy it and the website shows the lower amount, you could plead your case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t955daytona View Post
    They may take a dim view but Goldsmiths Chelmsford are already showing the new prices. 40mm rose gold Yachtmaster in the window at £21900!
    i should imagine it’ll still be there this time next year. You might think they’d be listing at “old” price and pushing the “buy before price rise” line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t955daytona View Post
    They may take a dim view but Goldsmiths Chelmsford are already showing the new prices. 40mm rose gold Yachtmaster in the window at £21900!
    Didn't the price change actually kick in on 30th Dec?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haywood_Milton View Post
    Happy to share these now :


    Steel and rose GMT (unfortunately nicknamed the turdmaster) 126711 CHNR will be £11,850.

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    First time I heard it (nick)named that! What happened to Rootbeer?

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    Prices here in South Africa up 13% today. The Rand has been very weak the last 18 months so no surprise there has been a steep increase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartynJC (UK) View Post
    First time I heard it (nick)named that! What happened to Rootbeer?
    Add a grand onto root beer too...£11850 I believe

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    Of course today was the day I got the call from the AD about an Exp I.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rico View Post
    Of course today was the day I got the call from the AD about an Exp I.
    I believe they only went up about £200. Which is not bad compared to others. (I may be wrong!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartynJC (UK) View Post
    First time I heard it (nick)named that! What happened to Rootbeer?

    Was never a true Rootbeer, with many people just wishing to use that term too quickly on this piece.

    The all gold version is a beautiful looking watch but the two tone is a complete miss, the brown/Black does not work with the steel and gold mix.

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    New prices are reflected on the website

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    Quote Originally Posted by taz11 View Post
    New prices are reflected on the website
    Yes and some pretty sizeable increases!

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    And Tudor? Don't remember the GMT listing at over £3k?

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    Looks like AP have had a price increase as well.

    Didn't AP have a price increase just a couple of month back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rico View Post
    Of course today was the day I got the call from the AD about an Exp I.
    :D lucky and unlucky at the same moment. Sadly I didnt get the call for 116610 Sub. Already 5 months and waiting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hocuspocus View Post
    And Tudor? Don't remember the GMT listing at over £3k?

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    Yup, I think the third increase since launch?

    2020 Jan 1st - £3,040 +2.7%
    2019 Nov 7th - £2,960 +4.6%
    2019 Apr 10th - £2,830 +1.4%
    2018 June - £2,790 launch price

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    UK still cheapest place on earth for Rolex? A white gold sub is 33800£ in Sweden now. Up almost 4000£ in one day. Good bit of business that :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boss13 View Post
    I believe they only went up about £200. Which is not bad compared to others. (I may be wrong!)

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    Snap! Was always going to happen

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    Glad the increase on the explorer 1 is more muted - that's what I'm after next!

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