Who buys expensive watches and why people buy rolex?
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The Moral Dilemma of Buying Expensive Watches.. Some Reddit user experiences are here:
I’ve been lurking on this sub for the past few months and stewing about my first ‘real’ watch purchase. I’m 21 and my most expensive watch is my $200 Eone Bradley (which I love). However, I’m considering spending up to $4000 on a watch at the end of the summer (probably a speedy pro).
The idea is that I would buy this watch to commemorate my first job offer, and I would definitely make enough money to pay for this watch and have a significant amount of money left over. At first, I was really excited about the idea of owning such an awesome watch, but the more I think about the purchase, the less sure I am of it. I just can’t help but think there are better uses for $3-4k.
I want a mechanical watch and I want to buy something truly worth having for a long time, but I can’t shake the feeling that it is a waste of money. I know I am asking a biased crowd, and I know there are people on this sub who own watches that are much more expensive (and those who don’t and still love their watches to death). How do you all justify your purchases and deal with the fact that the $6k you might spend on a Rolex Submariner could easily go to something more “important”?
-Dont buy it mate, if you can think of other things to spend the money on then do so. But remember there will always be something more important than a watch. End of day its your money. You don’t have to justify it. Why pay 10k for a car when a 2k car could be reliable and fine? Why buy a 3 bed house when you only need a flat? Why have that Starbucks when you van make your own? We do these things for the enjoyment. It’s the same with watches.