Not long ago a subject came up in the comments which, well, comes up rather frequently in the comments: The continuing and apparently (I use the word advisedly) incurable shortage of certain stainless steel sports replica watches online uk. The problem is not confined to Swiss fake Rolex nor to Audemars Piguet, although those two brands both have watches which have become poster children for a short or non-existent supply of watches available at retail (I say retail specifically because, as with anything else, you can have whatever you want as long as you are willing to pay for it).
Rolex, though not the only company tough to buy at retail, makes an interesting case study insofar as perfect fake Rolex, when it comes to shortages, is the watch industry writ large. The fact that Rolex watches are difficult (not impossible, but difficult) to find at retail from an authorized dealer is well known and there have been endless discussions about the degree to which this may or may not be due to various factors. These include a deliberate holding-back by AAA replica Rolex of watches from retailers (various hypotheses exist as to why the company might be doing that); deliberate hoarding of stock by retailers in order to increase street price; shortages in production due to pandemic-related factory closures; and so on.
1:1 fake Rolex UK has said, officially, that the shortage is purely due to unprecedented demand. When the subject does come up in the comments readers sometimes express what I think is a natural skepticism over the idea that it is simply a matter of demand outstripping supply by a considerable margin – are there really that many more people who want a Rolex now than in, say, 2015, when I started at Watchesonsalesuk?
The most pragmatic approach, it seemed to me, was to look at the simplest possibility first, which is that in fact, high quality replica Rolex cannot produce as many watches as the market demands. Let’s start with the number of watches Rolex makes. A little outfit called The New York Times, which says it prints all the news that’s fit to print, ran a story in March of this year with the blunt title, “Why Are Rolex Watches Even More Expensive Right Now?” Swiss movement fake Rolex is a privately held company and does not disclose sales figures, as a matter of policy, however Alex Williams, writing for the Times, said, “The company made an estimated 1.05 million watches in 2021, according to a recent report by Morgan Stanley in collaboration with a Geneva-based firm, LuxeConsult, giving it an estimated 29 percent of the luxury Swiss watch market.”
The next question is whether or not this is significantly more or less than the production of Rolex fake watches for sale in the past. The last year for which there is one hundred percent reliable data is 2015. The reason is that this is the last year that the COSC (Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres, the agency which certifies chronometers) provided public figures on the number of chronometer certificates issued for each brand. At that time, Swiss made copy Rolex was issued 795,716 chronometer certifications, and therefore was producing around 800,000 watches per year. If the figures for 2021 are accurate, that means cheap replica Rolex produced about 25 percent more watches in 2021 than in 2015.