Inevitably yes. Before they made watches in small numbers and demand generally outstripped supply making them rare and as watches go a pretty good investment. Once they began making their in house movements they introduced a pile of new models and that's pretty much where it all went to ****. I'm not saying that it doesn't make complete sense from a business standpoint but the continuing effect of flooding the market with watches has driven their value down pretty much across the board and is keeping the used market for them flat. We've reached the point where the system is so backed up that the toilet doesn't flush anymore.