No one has a crystal ball that can tell a well-made watch would become collectible or not and I guess most Tudor will not cause they are mass produced.
For me, If I like a watch and within my affordability, I will buy it regardless of collectability.
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Need your advise, please.
What do you guys think of the Tudor Bi-Color Chrono? Is it a buy? Will it become a future collectors item? i like it a lot, especially on the nato strap. Thank you in advance. Abi ...
i thank you
and it all makes sense what you said. i will buy it and enjoy it. i love the design.
Let me rub my crystal ball...
To be honest, I think a lot of brands that are popular today, unless they become more daring, will lose popularity in the future. The youth have different tastes. For example, dress watches are losing popularity and sports watches are gaining popularity. ...
That prediction seems to be correct
if I bring Patek's recent releases into play: very youngish designs. However, for really collectable pieces the classic looking models will always be hot. Your statement is correct for daily wear pieces, in my view.
Somebody has to start making it collectible
If this criterion is not the core and only reason, then buy it. If it is in the center of your decision making then wait a while and see if it is hot piece in the community. You have got still time to observe it.
if you like it go for it
If I may comment. I totally prefer the BB the steel or bronze and single colour metal. BB GMT and BB Bronze are both very special and will be classic., or if you want something totally different the BB P01 is so proto unique)