Only one day is left to say goodbye to 2020 and greet a New Year. So many of you might have started to contemplate what Rolex models you will add to upgrade your watch collection in 2021.
Well, when choosing a timepiece, one of the most significant factors to consider is personal preferences. However, luxury watches are investment pieces, so it is essential to consider their potential resale value when choosing.
Today, let’s take a look at some of the best Rolex timepieces that you can consider investing in for 2021.
Nonetheless, while investing in a new Rolex watch for your collection, you may find yourself short of cash. You can decide to sell your old Rolex watch and raise the money you need to invest in a new model in such an instance. And to get the best possible price for your timepiece instantly, get in touch with the watch buyers at The Luxury Hut.
The Submariner is one of Rolex’s catalogue’s cornerstone collections, globally considered a blue-chip investment. However, the year 2020 was extremely significant for this collection as Rolex unleashed brand new 41mm models, discontinuing the prevailing 40mm versions.
The new Submariners are having an incredibly high open market prices. So people are likely to look for the discontinued generation, and higher demand means higher value.
Moreover, the previous generation Reference 14060 and 16610 with 40mm case sizes also are much popular because of being the least expensive and you can consider investing in them for 2021.
The Oyster Perpetual is famous as the entry-level collection of Rolex watches. And in 2020, this collection acquired some of the spotlights as Rolex unleashed a new Oyster Perpetual generation.
However, another timepiece with excellent investment potential is the discontinued 39mm Reference 114300.
The Datejust is the best selling Rolex timepiece of all time. However, the classic Datejust in yellow gold and stainless steel is ideally the most emblematic of Rolex to an average person. This bi-metal watch with 36mm case diameter is supposedly one of the most significant watches ever produced by the brand and is surprisingly affordable in the second hand market.
The Rolex Datejust featuring a fluted bezel is available in several forms in the pre-owned market and is always available, helping to keep the prices down. You can add the Reference 16013 with acrylic crystal and flat dial or the Reference 1601 with acrylic crystal and pie-pan dial to your collection. You are likely to get them between £2.94K and £5.15K in the pre-owned market.
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Only one day is left to say goodbye to 2020 and greet a New Year. So many of you might have started to contemplate what Rolex models you will add to upgrade your watch collection in 2021. Well, when choosing a timepiece, one of the most significant factors to consider is personal preferences. However, luxury …
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