When it was launched in 2019, the base model 15500 made for an impressive replacement for the previous 15400 and it’s good to see its steady increase since then. It’s not the uber-desirable ‘Jumbo’ variant, which is reassuring to some extent. It means that even if you missed that particular boat, you can still get a preowned Royal Oak without selling a kidney and be happy with it. And, at a high of £48,000, you’ll still be making well over double its retail price of £21,400. If you can bear to part with it.
Starting price: £21,400
Pre-owned price end of Q4: £48,320
Total increase/decrease: +£26,920
*Prices provided by Chronext in October 2021.