Adin Ross bought over $2m worth of watches for family and friends

It clearly pays to be friends with Adin Ross.
  • Online streamer, Adin Ross, regularly gives his friends and staff expensive watches
  • One of his most expensive purchases is a six-figure AP Royal Oak for a friend
  • In total, he spent well over seven figures on watches he then gave away

Published on Jan 29, 2024 at 3:23PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Jan 30, 2024 at 1:08PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones

Adin Ross is a popular streamer and, as it turns out, a super generous guy.

In fact, the amount of money he spent on watches and then gave away to his friends and staff is unbelievable.

READ MORE: Rick Ross spent $100 million in last 6 months which includes mansion and private jet

Influencers and celebrities do this all the time.

Not long ago, for example, Conor McGregor gave the head chef at his restaurant in Ireland a brand new Rolex.

But it’s fair to say Adin Ross did a lot more than that.

All in all, the 23-year-old streamer spent around $2 million on luxury watches he gave away.

Audemars Piguet is a brand he clearly likes a lot.

On more than one occasion, he gave his staff rare APs with price tags that exceed the MSRP of a brand new sedan.

He once spent six figures on an exclusive AP Royal Oak Chronograph, and this was just one of many expensive purchases.

He obviously doesn’t shy away from Rolex watches, either.

On a different occasion, he gave one of his friends a Rolex GMT-Master II known as the ‘Batman’, a reference to the dark blue + black color combo of the dial and bezel.

In theory, the Rolex ‘Batman’ comes with a price tag of $13,750.

But most Rolex models are notoriously hard to get at retail, so people turn to the pre-owned market, where these watches usually end up costing a lot more than that.

This is no exception since it is currently valued at around $17,000.

Adin Ross has a reported net worth of around $50 million and he clearly has no problem spending money.

A few weeks ago, he said he bought a custom Rolls-Royce Cullinan because he was bored.

Except he then realized he wasn’t really using it, so he tried to sell it to rapper Rick Ross, same name but no relation.

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