As jewelry and accessories go, watches generally tend to account for the most expensive of them. Many of us dream of owning a watch by a brand like Rolex, but at tens of thousands of dollars and well beyond, those dreams often remain exactly that.

However, between Tuesday, September 24 and Thursday, September 26, stock market of things StockX is giving customers the chance to bag a Rolex Day-Date 18238 and gold Casio G-SHOCK Full Metal 5000 watch at a significantly lower price. To be in with a chance of owning the two watches for far less, you need to place a bid of $1849, which happens to be the year of the great American Gold Rush. You'll only be charged if you win, making it a tempting opportunity to get some gold of your own.

Currently reselling for up to $12,000 online, the Day-Date 18238 from watch royalty Rolex first emerged in the '50s and was the first timepiece to combine perpetual movement with an automatic day and date display. The gold edition of the Casio G-SHOCK Full Metal 5000 combines modern technology with a retro aesthetic, boasting Bluetooth connectivity and self-charging capabilities.

The Details

Starts: Tuesday, September 24 10.00 a.m. EST Ends: Thursday, September 26 11.59 p.m. EST Prize: One winner will receive both watches More info: Eligible to residents in the US only

Through ReStockX, the marketplace selects the hottest recent drops and restocks them at retail price or less. You can find more information on the competition and ReStockX here.

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