VALUE & RATING | IWC Mark XVIII

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On this page you will find the price increase, value development, trend and the rating for the movement of the IWC Mark XVIII.

The watch is made of stainless steel with Sapphire Crystal and a leather strap. The movement is a 30110 caliber, self-winding with a 42h power reserve.

Reference:

IW327001

Watch Case:

40mm, Stainless Steel

Bezel:

Not Rotatable

Glass:

Sapphire Crystal

Case Bottom:

Stainless Steel

Bracelet:

Leather

Water Resistant:

60m

4.490 €
(RSP 2017)

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VALUE DEVELOPMENT

Historic value development
of this watch

MOVEMENT

Information on the
movement

RATING

This watch rated in
comparison to the market

COMMENTS

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VALUE DEVELOPMENT

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The value
of the IWC Mark (XII - XVIII) has grown by 107% between 1996 and 2016. In total the price increased by 2.317 € during this time. Over the last 10 years, the average growth has been 4.9% or 172 € per year. All in all, the growth is below-average as compared to our watch portfolio consisting of over 260 selected luxury watches.

You are able to determine growth-rates from the graph as shown by the following example:
A value of 110 in year X means a growth-rate of 10% as compared to the year of origin with the value 100 (110-100=10%).

WatchMarketGoldDAXInflation
3 year
average
1.5%4.0%4.3%6.9%0.9%
5 year
average
5.1%4.3%-2.1%9.5%1.0%
10 year
average
4.9%4.9%7.1%4.0%1.3%

The market achieved higher growth rates than the IWC Mark XVIII over different periods of time. The Mark XVIII’s growth has slowed down during the last years because its price does not rise each year.

about the table:
The yearly average presents an average yearly growth over the given period of time until 2016.

References of this brand with a comparable value development:

IW327002IW327011IW324001
IW324002IW324007IW324006
IW324008

Resale Value

 

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A second-hand IWC Mark XII today is 50% more worth than the official sales price from back in 1996. The value of a new watch falls down to its market value after purchase. The retail sales price usually includes a relatively high retailer margin, which represents a markup to the market value of a watch. By purchasing a used IWC Mark XVIII at a price near its market value, you are able to achieve a higher rate of return. Therefore, it makes sense to invest in a second hand and well-maintained watch, ideally with original papers and box.

Find offers for second-hand IWC Mark XVIII watches here


Trend Development



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The popularity of the IWC Mark XVIII has declined by about 30% on Google from 2012 until end of 2015. In 2016 the negative development seems to have turned into a positive one. Now, the search volume is back on the level of 2012.

The interest in the IWC Mark XVIII comes mainly from Germany. The US follows with about 1/3 of Germany's level of interest. Overall, the development might have turned around as a positive trend and indicator for rising demand in the IWC Mark XVIII.

Exemplary Illustration of
a mechanical movement

IWC 30110 beats as caliber in the Mark XVIII. This movement is based on an ETA 2892-A2 and has been refined by IWC. It comes with a power reserve of 1 day and 18 hours. The watch handles advance 8 times per second with the movement's 28.800 alternations per hour.

Caliber:

30110

Winding:

Self-winding Movement

In-house Movement:

No, ETA 2892-A2

Alternations/h:

28.800

Complications:

Date

Amount of Jewels:     21


 



I
31

Power Reserve:         42h


 

I
45

The amount of jewels serves as indicator for the complexity and the finishing of a movement.
Market average:
31 Jewels (Self-winding movements)
21 Jewels (Manual winding movements)

The power reserve provides an insight into the performance of movements.
Market average:
45 hours (Self-winding movements)
50 hours (Manual winding movements)

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INFO ON RATING

Value Development

Resale Value

Trend

In-house Movement

Complications

Jewels

Power Reserve

The growth of the IWC Mark XII - XVIII accounts to the lower half of all price developments in our market portfolio from 1996 to 2016.

The resale value is clearly positive. The trend is positive since 2016.

The movement does not stand out in any of the given indicators as compared to other movements in our portfolio.

Please note:
A low rating does not implicate a bad quality of the movement.

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