One of the best things about watches is that if you buy the right watch, you can treat them as an investment since they are going to appreciate in value the longer you have them in your possession.
Although the really old mechanical watches are already significantly harder to find without the right contacts and sellers, this is not to say that you cannot make an investment now in the hopes of having it increase in value for the years to come.
If you are looking to buy a watch as an investment, then you’ve come to the right article. I will highly some of the best watches that can potentially be worthy investments down the line. So, without further ado, let’s get started.
Rolex Deepsea Sea Dweller
This is a rather newer watch made by one of the most prominent figures in the watch industry. The Rolex Deepsea Sea Dweller may not have shared the same success to that of the original Submariner, but early adopters are already liking the watch more than the classic. Its design is much louder than the classic submariner but you can rest assured that its price will appreciate later down the line.
You might have seen this watch before if you are fond of James Bond movies because this is actually the master agent’s timepiece of choice.
Omega Seamaster is always a sure hit and you are going to want to purchase this particular watch if you want to make sure that your investment is going to be worthwhile.
If you can, buy the Quartz version of this iconic watch because I’ve heard that the company will discontinue this version in the foreseeable future. You know very well that if a certain product line is discontinued that its value will surely rise when that happens.
Tag Heuer Silverstone
The company is known for its racing-inspired watches and the Tag Heuer Silverstone is definitely one of them. Although the watch itself was made a couple of decades ago, it was only reissued back in 2010. It still has its iconic leather rally strap and large TV case and only 1,860 of them were made. Grab yours now and sell them a decade later!
The iconic Rolex Submariner is definitely a good investment simply because it is made by a reputable watchmaking company. But, aside from that, the Submariner is an iconic watch because it is ‘the’ standard divers watch back in the 1950s. One of the reasons why watch collectors love the Submariner is the fact that you can wear it for pretty much any occasion. Whether you are diving in the ocean or attending a formal event, this watch suits perfectly on you no matter what you do.
Patek Philippe 5205
This horologist was the inventor of the wristwatch and because of this prestige, his company sells some of the most expensive watches in the world. If you have about $40,000 to invest on a watch, definitely buy the Patek Philippe 5205 watch. This is part of the company’s ‘complications’ range and you can just marvel at its beauty.