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      07-10-2013, 03:58 PM   #96
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Originally Posted by Red Bread View Post
I wouldn't really think of Rolex as a luxury watch either, at least outside of the Cellini line. The regular line of Daytonas, GMT's, Datejusts, Seamasters and Subs are all sports watches, even with a million diamonds glued to them and made out of soft metals.

JLC would be the big volume leader of what I'd call a luxury watch maker, and of course PP and VC would be the style leaders in luxury watches.

I'm not basing this on price though, as Richard Mille, while comically expensive is something I'd still consider much more of a sports watch than a luxury watch.
Agreed.

I was referring to luxury as in brand/prestige.

BMW is a luxury brand, but my car is more of a sport model compared to something like a 5 or 7 series sedan (which would be luxury)
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