New A-11 Auto

MaydayWei

Active Member
Who buys a Rolex for accuracy ? :D
If you have an accurate Rolex then it’s a fake with a quartz movement.
They are simply things of beauty. And when i got mine in 1982, they did not require you to sell your kids organs to fund the purchase like they do if you were late to the party.
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Enjoy that beauty! I see you've worn it well and good; as it was meant to be done.
I'm late to the game, and I'm kind of okay with it; better for my wallet's general health anyways. ;)
 

stanier

Well-Known Member
Looks pretty good.

There was a start up on Facebook reproducing the A-11. Not sure where they were pricing them? Reproduction packaging as well!

This is worth looking at. Thanks for the post!
Timeworn watches. Quite a bit of fanfare back in the spring on FB and a new website, and now silence. In two minds now whether to get one of these or keep waiting? Decisions, decisions...
 

sammy

New Member
No I dont mind you asking at all. That said I'm afraid I just don't recall if it was taxed or not and I'm not in a position to check right now sorry.
As most things get stung I would imagine that did too.
Thanks for letting me know, yes I’m sure it would get hit with import duties.
 

Ed Rooney

Well-Known Member
My issue with Rolex now is that I don't care to wear $10K worth of anything in public. Yours is worth plenty more than $10K!

As far as accuracy is concerned, it is accurate enough ;)


Who buys a Rolex for accuracy ? :D
If you have an accurate Rolex then it’s a fake with a quartz movement.
They are simply things of beauty. And when i got mine in 1982, they did not require you to sell your kids organs to fund the purchase like they do if you were late to the party.
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Officer Dibley

Well-Known Member
For me the value is sentimental. It was my 18th birthday present from my parents in 1981 and cost them £350.
It was my everyday wearer wherever in the world i worked & i’ve only recently semi-retired it.

Dave
 
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