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The first of the new limited edition Patek Philippe Tiffany & Co. Nautilus watches sold at auction last Saturday for $6.5 million - more than 120 times its retail price. This seems absolutely crazy for most people, but it explains the dynamics of the 1% of watches that are “investment-grade” very well. These are the types of watches Konvi is sourcing in collaboration with the WatchFund for Konvi investors.
The Patek Philippe Tiffany & Co. Nautilus was the first of 170 limited edition Nautilus Ref. 5711′s that will be made and sold at certain Tiffany boutiques. It officially sells for around $52,000. During the auction at Philipps the watch was sold for $5,350,000, adding the auction premium and you get a final price of $6,503,000 – making it the eighth most expensive watch at auction ever.
This example of a limited edition watch selling for more than 120 times the original price right after its release is demonstrating the dynamics of the high-end watch market. What justifies a watch to increase in value so aggressively in such a short amount of time? It’s 3 things: scarcity, demand and limited access. The watch was only produced in 170 pieces worldwide, while the demand is extremely high due to the special edition and the fact that the Patek Philippe Nautilus was discontinued earlier. Based on the scarcity, being able to access the watch and being considered as a buyer is only reserved for very selected people on a VVIP list. These watches are in fact offered, not demanded.
Dominic Khoo, the CEO of the WatchFund is often one of the selected individuals on such VVIP lists for multiple high-end watch manufacturers and their limited edition pieces. This is how he is able to access these timepieces and able to make them available as watch investments for his clients as well as Konvi’s clients. This also highlights again that there’s only a small amount of watches in the world that make a great investment. In fact, it’s only 1% of all watches that make up a great potential investment.
Konvi collaborates with The WatchFund to source such limited edition watches for Konvi’s community so the exclusivity of these investments will be made available for some lucky retail investors that are able to buy their share on Konvi. Join Konvi today to become a shareholder of the rarest watches in the world!