You may not have known this, but wristwatches have been around since 1868. Patek Philippe designed and built the first wristwatch for Countess Koscowicz of Hungary. The first watch was actually intended as a piece of decorative jewellery, not a time keeping device that is worn on the wrist. The new craze took a while to catch on, but by the 1880’s the first wristwatches were produced in large quantities for the German military forces. They were made by Swiss watchmaker Girard-Perregaux.
Are you a fan of wristwatches? Have you ever had the desire to tell what the time is in the ultimate luxury style? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Today I’m featuring the 3 most expensive wristwatches on Junk Mail. Today’s list includes 2 Rolex watches and a Concord watch. All three of these time pieces are stunning, check them out below if you don’t believe me.
This Concord C1 wristwatch actually retails for R110,000. The owner has only worn it a couple of times. It comes with all paper and boxes. It’s stainless steel with carbon fiber inlays and automatic movement. The watch is also waterproof for up to 200 meters and has a 45 hour power reserve. This advertiser is located in Johannesburg.
This advertiser is also located in Johannesburg. Sadly not much is being said about this watch by the advertiser, but it does look stunning. All that I can gather is that its an original Rolex Oyster Perpetual wristwatch and that it’s selling for the price of a medium size second hand car.
This is a Rolex watch that the owner got from his father 9 years ago. This wristwatch is made of 18K white gold and has diamonds. This exquisite time piece is the most expensive watch on Junk Mail. Like the other two advertisers on this list, this one is also located in Johannesburg.
There you have it, the 3 three most expensive wristwatches on Junk Mail. Which one is your favorite? Leave a comment and let me know! If you’ve enjoyed this list, feel free to share this article on Facebook and Twitter. Remember: Sharing is caring.
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