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30% off Raymond Weil watches at Wharton Goldsmith
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30% off Raymond Weil watches at Wharton Goldsmith

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Posted 7th Jun

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Just got my lady a lovely piece at 30% off. Seems to be all the RW they stock, even the ones that are still RRP at the big stores.
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Now this is a brand that has unjust inflated prices.... Wouldn't buy one!

Not voting either way.
Edited by: "wimbojimbo" 7th Jun
I flipped a few ladies RW watches from the '80s & '90s that I got from auction houses last year. All in all, I found them to be quite decent quality, reliable and with a not bad level of finish on them. Definitely a bit fashiony and mostly quartzy, but on the posher side. I probably wouldn't buy them new, because depreciation is appalling, but it would depend on the initial price, I suppose. Deal looks pretty good.
wimbojimbo07/06/2020 19:44

Now this is a brand that has unjust inflated prices.... Wouldn't buy …Now this is a brand that has unjust inflated prices.... Wouldn't buy one!Not voting either way.


Agreed, 30% off is the absolute min. The biggies always have certain models on offer bit this saved waiting
Blurigard07/06/2020 19:47

I flipped a few ladies RW watches from the '80s & '90s that I got from …I flipped a few ladies RW watches from the '80s & '90s that I got from auction houses last year. All in all, I found them to be quite decent quality, reliable and with a not bad level of finish on them. Definitely a bit fashiony and mostly quartzy, but on the posher side. I probably wouldn't buy them new, because depreciation is appalling, but it would depend on the initial price, I suppose. Deal looks pretty good.


That's what I like, I have a freelancer and it looks and feels like it should have cost more
Blurigard07/06/2020 19:47

I flipped a few ladies RW watches from the '80s & '90s that I got from …I flipped a few ladies RW watches from the '80s & '90s that I got from auction houses last year. All in all, I found them to be quite decent quality, reliable and with a not bad level of finish on them. Definitely a bit fashiony and mostly quartzy, but on the posher side. I probably wouldn't buy them new, because depreciation is appalling, but it would depend on the initial price, I suppose. Deal looks pretty good.


Oh the quality isn't in question at all but it's the prices.
Could pick somthing else up for half the price with same spec and build quality with more heritage etc.
One of those brands that never really got any street cred. First guy I knew with an RW was my dad!

Wanted an Omega but he was on the fence and the salesman flogged him a Weil instead.

Horrible thing, over 10 years back, but their current collection is nice and up date. Wouldn't pay their prices, as something like a Longines or maybe a Tag depending on model would be more gratifying in this bracket.

Thing about watches is they all look great online. On the wrist the finish and impression varies wildly to the owner.

To random people catching a glimpse, they can't tell the difference between a 500 quid pilot and an IWC.

Well okay, maybe they could a bit. But anyway, if you want a style, to give off an impression to other people, then a Weil does the job. Put it that way. And that's okay! All part of the game we're in.
Edited by: "Vanderlust" 7th Jun
This has reminded me i have a 30 year old 18ct gold plated RW watch, just no idea where it is.
It's just a brand that you never really hear anybody talking about anymore.
I bought a freelancer diver, the clasp on it was a thing of beauty! sadly it wasnt in perfect condition and was bought as new but back it went. Most of the retail prices need 40% plus off them.
I had a beautiful RW in the late 80s - very very slim and understated. I now swear by L1.
I bought this 20 odd years ago, I revived it last week with a new battery I couldn't believe how small it is compared to todays watches.
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Madstacks8307/06/2020 21:08

I bought a freelancer diver, the clasp on it was a thing of beauty! sadly …I bought a freelancer diver, the clasp on it was a thing of beauty! sadly it wasnt in perfect condition and was bought as new but back it went. Most of the retail prices need 40% plus off them.



Was it from Wharton that you bought it?
snatch_master08/06/2020 10:43

Was it from Wharton that you bought it?


No Ernest jones, never bought from this company - just the the freelancer diver is pretty under rated for build quality.
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