The Average Income of a Rolex Owner
How much does the average Rolex owner make?
Have you ever wondered who can afford a Rolex? Rolex is known for its luxury watches that come with a hefty price tag. However, have you ever wondered how much the average Rolex owner makes? In this article, we will explore the income levels of Rolex owners and whether there is a correlation between income and owning a Rolex.
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Income Levels of Rolex Owners
Now that we have covered Rolex Bust Downs, let's talk about the income levels of Rolex owners. According to a survey conducted by Rolex, the average Rolex owner makes around $100,000-$150,000 per year. However, this varies greatly depending on the model of the Rolex. For example, owners of the more expensive Rolex models such as the Daytona and GMT-Master II have an average income of $200,000 or more. On the other hand, owners of the less expensive models such as the Oyster Perpetual have an average income of around $80,000-$100,000 per year. Click here to read more our article: Is it worth buying a Rolex now?
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In conclusion, the income levels of Rolex owners vary depending on the model of the Rolex. While the average Rolex owner makes around $100,000-$150,000 per year, owners of the more expensive models such as the Daytona and GMT-Master II have a higher average income of $200,000 or more. It's important to note that owning a Rolex doesn't necessarily mean you have a high income, as there are less expensive models that are more accessible to those with lower incomes.