Tudor Black Bay 58 Blue (79030) – $3,395
The Black Bay 58 Blue was one of the most hyped watches of 2020, building on the existing BB58 demand while tying in the historically significant Marine Nationale shade of blue.
This listing is a close to complete set, and includes the original inner and outer box, warranty card dated July 2020 and tags (minus the booklets). The seller claims that the watch itself is in excellent to near-mint condition, and keeps excellent time. The seller has requested that any enquiries should be via email which he has provided in the listing’s details, and that he will not respond to any private messages or offers.
Our instant watch appraisal tool values this watch at $4,112, given its pre-owned condition, inclusion of box and papers, and sale in North America. Although the listing is missing the booklets, these can be replaced for under $100 on platforms such as eBay.
Halios Seaforth Pastel Blue – $935
Halios are well known for their solid build quality, and outstanding value for money. Those who follow Halios will be well aware of how quickly they sell out, with the Seaforth collection being no exception. Halios sold the Seaforth in two waves on their website, with the second wave of orders selling out in under 5 minutes.
The reputable seller claims to have bought the watch pre-owned from Topper Fine Jewelers, and as such the listing comes with the Halios blue strap, Halios buckle, and Topper 1 year warranty card. The pastel blue variation of the Seaforth does not appear too often on the secondary market, this is the perfect opportunity to add one to your collection.
This listing is for an Omega Railmaster 60th Anniversary Limited Edition, which is part of the 1957 trilogy set which was announced at Baselworld 2017. The Railmaster is often referred to as the forgotten Omega from 1957. With the 60th anniversary limited edition, everything was done so that it would look as close to the original reference CK2914 did 60 years ago.
This listing comes with the full set, encompassing the inner and outer box, triple warranty cards, booklets and manuals, as well as the unused leather and NATO straps, springbar tools, spare springbars, full links and leather watch roll. The seller claims that it is a 2019 registered piece, thus has just over 3 years left of the Omega’s 5 year warranty. Of importance is that the reputable seller is based in UK.
Our instant watch appraisal tool values this watch at £3,890 ($5,412), given its pre-owned condition, inclusion of box and papers, and sale in Europe. Given its geographical location, this appears to be an absolute steal at £3,165 ($4,400), with the past 11 sales in Europe ranging from £3,800 to £5,800 as shown in the appraisal.
This listing is for one of Breitling’s lesser known watches, a Navitimer Automatic 38mm. It comes with the inner and outer boxes, chronometer certificate, hang tag, manuals, and slide rule. However, it is missing the the warranty card, although the seller claims that the warranty was activated 8/2019. As for its condition, the seller claims that is in overall good condition with light scratches on the lugs, and on the crystal at 8 o’clock which is only visible under a lot of light.
Our instant watch appraisal tool values this watch at $2,769, given its pre-owned condition, missing box and papers, and sale in North America. Do take note that the appraisal value will be on the lower end of the spectrum as this listing is only missing the warranty card.