Thanks to cell phones, no one really needs a wristwatch anymore. Nonetheless, consumers—men in particular—seem to be embracing the idea that the watch is a necessary accessory for fashionable, if not practical, reasons. Reports have it that sales of pricey watches ($300 to $1,000) have increased 25%, outpacing the still impressive 22% sales rise of watches in the more affordable sub-$300 price category.
Besides the popularizing influence of shows like Breaking Bad, I think that it's quite likely that gun and RV sales are linked. Both are something that would be purchased by a prepper, since they offer protection and mobility. I wish that I could get an RV, personally. Not that I'm a prepper.
That is interesting that RV sales seem to have increased as the economy has gotten a little better. My brother has been talking about buying an RV, although I don't know if he has bought one yet. It seems like with RVs being a recreational expense, that it would probably depend on the person and their preferences as to which one they decide to get. http://www.rvnorthwest.com