Today a new British watchmaking company called Bremont is ensuring the watch industry (and consumers) are fully aware that they are restoring England’s lost horological roots. This article will explore both the good and the bad, hopefully by providing a fair and balanced look at this company that has demonstrated incredible growth.
Buying used luxury watches is a risky venture. Selling a used luxury watch can lead to you getting fleeced by a more knowledgeable buyer. I wanted to learn more about the used watch industry so I went down to the European Watch Company in downtown Boston for a few days to see how the industry works. The used watch industry and how it works was something I never considered. My key takeaway is that relationships and trust are critical to survival. Here is what I learned.
This is a basic overview of how to buy a luxury watch including the different types of movements, the basic brands and price ranges, different styles, and options of where to buy.
Buying a used watch is by far the way to go — if you know what you are doing or you shop with someone who does. If you have no idea what you’re doing, there is a good chance you will either overpay or worse yet, buy a fake luxury watch. This post will ponder the best ways to buy used as well as how to get a good deal.