Most watch brands subtly bump their prices up every few years (sometimes, every few months) but if there’s one watchmaker’s prices that fans particularly obsess over, it’s perfect replica Rolex’s.
Last year, the average price increase across all luxury fake Rolex watches us was around 3-4% from 2021 prices, but some models saw far greater price increases. Specifically, stainless steel models from best 1:1 replica Rolex’s “Professional” collection – which includes popular models like the Daytona, Explorer, GMT-Master and Submariner – saw average price increases of 10% or more.
AAA quality replica Rolex US also bumped up their prices a second time last year in Europe and the UK in September.
This year, the jump between 2022 and 2023 prices hasn’t been quite so severe. On average, prices have risen closer to an average of 2% – although, much like last year, the price rises aren’t uniform across different markets (which is largely a factor of currency valuations and inflation). Basically, it could be worse.
Unlike Swiss movement fake Rolex’s last round of price increases, popular models like the Daytona and Submariner haven’t been singled out and have instead only received subtle price increases of around 1.98 and 2.21% respectively. Interestingly, despite only being launched in April last year, the left-handed top copy Rolex GMT-Master II ‘Sprite’ has also seen a price increase of 2.26%.
“Investors are well-accustomed to price rises being a key feature of this attractive industry, but it is encouraging to see this continue given that we believe it will have no discernible impact on volumes,” Barclays analysts Richard Taylor and Pallav Mittal said in a recent note to clients. That is to say, the price increases aren’t reflective of a change in Swiss made fake Rolex production numbers.
In essence, these price hikes might be good news for people who already own cheap super clone Rolexes US, but it’s not good news for people trying to get their hands on a new one… As difficult as that is already considering the size of Swiss copy Rolex’s waitlists.