Posted by Aaron on Feb 26th 2017
How did watch prices get so high? The number one response from watch enthusiasts seems to be “greed” - though "maximizing profits" would be the politer way to say it. Looking at the recent history of watch industry growth, I don’t see evidence for greed.
The article Watch Pricing Series Part 2: How Did Watch Prices Get So Seemingly High? first appeared on aBlogtoWatch and was written by Aaron.
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