Thanks Patrick! I also thought it was FAR too big!! But the composition/balance is what makes it so remarkable. But my real 'share' here is how EXOTICALLY different it is from any other Rolex. And it took not wearing it for a good while to really comprehend it.
A person owns an object desired by many. But the person does not want to ever part with it. Yet the person can't help considering how to 'share' the object... and yes, be paid to share it. There must be far greater value objects, equally rare, that are leased... that's really the question of this th
The concept is, for a fee, you lease a watch that no one can 'get'. Insurance obviously plays a central role here, and, like leasing a supercar, or luxury apartment, credit checks etc are all mandatory. It's just a business concept, and wondered if anyone would ever consider leasing such an object--