With watches priced in pounds — particularly those at the high end — suddenly much more attractive to the international market, customers from all over the world have been buying in Britain.
London has felt the biggest “Brexit” boom. According to the global market research company GfK, sales of watches priced at more than 10,000 pounds, or $10,980, were up 67 percent in the British capital in September, compared with the same period last year. And the figure was almost as high outside London, up 56 percent… More at NYT.
I guess there always has to be a winner for every loser.