Missed last week’s post? I’m sorry! Between the days off for Easter and King’s Day there was so little left that it wasn’t really worth putting up a post for. But this week I’m back!
Both Breitling and Omega have increased their prices per May 1st. Omega’s latest price list has almost 1.200 unique references, whilst Breitling’s is 28 pages. Aside from updating prices on watches listed, this also allows me to make up our inventory and see what’s missing. Can you imagine the work? Most of the watches I’ve added are thus not new releases, but rather missing configurations of existing models.
TAG Heuer Autavia Isograph
I finally managed to add the TAG Heuer Autavia Isograph models – not sure why I hadn’t before? My fav is probably the black dial on leather. LINK!
MB&F Split Escapement Titanium / Green
Our MB&F database is a thing of beauty – if I may say so myself. I’m sure there’s some custom and unique pieces missing, but otherwise it’s fairly complete. The latest is the Split Escapement in titanium with a green back plate for the three ‘dials’. LINK!
Price increase: Omega Seamaster 300M
The Omega Seamaster 300M is a watch that was hit quite hard by Omega’s latest round of price increases. This 188.8.131.52.06.001 went from EUR 4.500 to EUR 4.900. Ouch. LINK!
Price increase: Omega Speedmaster Professional
The Speedy Pro already enjoyed a price increase earlier this year. The 3184.108.40.206.01.005, just to name one, went up from EUR 4.300 to EUR 4.600. That’s it? No. It is now EUR 4.700. LINK!
Price increase: Breitling Navitimer 1 Chronograph 41
Breitling too has increased their prices, although it’s mostly pre-2019 watches that have been affected. This Navitimer 1 Chronograph 41 for example. LINK!