When Longines first showcased its Heritage Classic with a sector dial back in October of 2019, critics nearly universally praised it, with Hodinkee saying that it was one of the best looking Longines Heritage models to come out in the last few years. This listing comes complete with the watch on blue strap, unworn nato, strap changing tool, boxes and tags, books, and cards. The seller claims that the original purchase date was June 2019 and the watch was resold in 2021 by Topper, which means there’s another year’s warranty on top of the original.
This listing is for a like-new Seiko Prospex Hi-Beat 55th Anniversary Limited Edition, numbered 8X0/1100. This listing comes with the full set, encompassing original box, tag, booklets, and warranty card stamped 3/18/21. The seller claims that the OEM band is still straight as an arrow. Although the seller only has a single review on WatchuSeek, he has over 1,800 positive reviews on eBay under the same username, and encourages users to message him there for verification if required.
The seller’s asking price of $4,650 is the cheapest we’ve seen this watch to date. Our instant watch appraisal tool values this watch at $5,676, given it’s pre-owned condition, inclusion of box and papers, and sale in North America.
This listing is for an extremely rare variant of the “Confusing Warbler” Hamilton Khaki mechanicals as referenced by RoverHaven, the expert on Hamilton Khaki Fields with citations on Hodinkee. The Avirex edition Hamilton Khaki features a wing-shaped A affiliated with the clothes brand Avirex. The watch is in great condition considering its age, with the seller claiming it to be a ew old stock watch. The watch comes with its quirky original box and pouch, but not the original papers. The only previous sale we were able to locate was on Reddit WatchExchange a year ago, which was snapped up for $420. This may give the impression that listing’s asking price of $650 is a bit steep, however there is only one other example currently available on the market, asking $895, for the watch only.
Rolex Oyster Perpetual 34 (124200) – $5,800
This listing is for a brand new and unworn Rolex Oyster Perpetual 124200 featuring the bright black dial. The listing comes with the full set, encompassing outer and inner box, tags, booklets and warranty card. The seller claims to have purchased it from an US authorized dealer in 2020.
Our instant watch appraisal tool values this watch at $7,064, given its new condition, inclusion of box and papers, and sale in North America. Given this, the seller’s asking price of $5,800 seems to be a solid deal, priced at about what you would pay at retail, plus tax.