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    124060 price

    Been offered a 124060 at £9100, bnwt's . Would you say this is a fair price? in today's market. Many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paneraiseeker View Post
    Been offered a 124060 at £9100, bnwt's . Would you say this is a fair price? in today's market. Many thanks.
    Are you certain supply has not/ will not improve on these so that you donít have to pay the premium?

    Itís lower than the immediate google search price shown when I checked what a 124060 was, but under impression supply is improving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paneraiseeker View Post
    Been offered a 124060 at £9100, bnwt's . Would you say this is a fair price? in today's market. Many thanks.
    It's quite fair I think if you want one now (and think there's no hope from an AD)

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    below current market values - but the market could change.

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    That's cheap. Private sale?

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    Dealers want at least £10k for them. If you can grab that for £9k Iíd say that was cheap......especially with a potential price increase looming.


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    Wish I could find for 9k. Would buy it for sure - regret selling 114060 but this looks much better!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe narvey View Post
    Are you certain supply has not/ will not improve on these so that you donít have to pay the premium?

    Itís lower than the immediate google search price shown when I checked what a 124060 was, but under impression supply is improving.
    Agreed. Donít think at this stage I would pay more than £6,450!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbn13 View Post
    Agreed. Donít think at this stage I would pay more than £6,450!
    When the SS YM40 is £9.5k and sold out everywhere with grey dealers charging a premium good luck finding a Sub for £6.5k. RRP is a bargain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wileeeeeey View Post
    When the SS YM40 is £9.5k and sold out everywhere with grey dealers charging a premium good luck finding a Sub for £6.5k. RRP is a bargain.
    Agreed RRP seems reasonable. I am aware the price grey dealers charge for SS Rolex models. I prefer to buy mine at RRP.

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    Good price if you canít pick up from an AD at RRP. Buy it and enjoy it, likely prices will soon catch up.


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