Top 7 Watches Way Costlier Than Your Tuition

Thinking about your costly tuition? Thinking about your student debts? Wait a minute. Note: This post is not to make you feel bad in any way, but to surprise you. I was surprised too, I couldn’t imagine that a device as small as a watch, could be so costly. So costly that it could pay my tuition throughout college and there would be much more money left. So costly that it could get me an apartment in a top residential area in Ghana, Nigeria or even the US.
US universities as a case study
The average tuition fees for private four-year universities in the US is $29,056, and $3,131 for public two-year institutions. This makes the US the country with the most expensive higher education systems in the world. At $45,028, Columbia University stands as the University with the costliest tuition in the world. But these watches could cover that for at least four years. You can imagine the kinds of people that wear these watches.
Here are the 7 Watches way costlier than your tuition:
1. Montblanc Villeret 1858 ExoTourbillon Chronographe (Price: $264,500)
2. A. Lange & Söhne Lange 1 Tourbillon Perpetual Calendar (Price: $332,500)
3. Hublot MP-05 LaFerrari (Price: $345,000)
4. Greubel Forsey Double Tourbillon 30° Technique (Price: $620,000)
5. Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Grande Complication (Price: $742,900)
6. Richard Mille RM 031 High Performance (Price: $1.05 million)
7. Roger Dubuis Excalibur Quatuor Silicon (Price: $1.1 million)

Next time you need some money to pay for your tuition, know that somebody(or people) out there can afford it. Maybe you have to ask.

Giovanni O.C Olakunori

Giovanni is an entrepreneur at heart with a lifelong desire to be of valuable service. He started LarnEDU—during his teens— over 6 years ago as a way to provide free educational resources for students from West African Anglophone countries. LarnEDU’s focus expanded over the years and today the website has served millions of visitors from over 90 countries across 5 continents and has become a hub to encourage learning. His hobbies include weight training, running python codes, visiting nature, and creating content for the web on areas relating to fitness, enterprise, philosophy and education. Feel free to read more about his story here and connect with him on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter.

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