Will storing used speakers for 1 year damage it?

I am seriously considering a pair of used Nautilus 803’s which are being sold for a good price. However, I won’t be able to use them until I move to my new place which is about a year from now.

Question – will storing a used speaker for a year damage it? If no, what is the best way to store the speaker?

Those certainly seem like the sort of factors that would have you buying them now, although storing them in the Philippines, it won't be easy to keep them cool and dry! As far as speakers not changing that much, I wouldn't expect B&W to change their Nautilus line for a while, they tend to keep their flagship line intact for long periods (the Matrix series, while there were different marks, hung in for well over 10 years), and there comes a point in a speaker model's lifespan where it stops depreciating rapidly, so your 10% peso devaluation may well outstrip the depreciation on the 803s, which have been out a few years. As far as some new speaker technology coming out, I think you're safe there--JM Labs is touting their new Beryllium tweeter, which Yamaha did a long time ago, and horn speakers from the early days of audio are making a comeback, so there's not that much new under the sun that seems to be coming up in speaker technology that I've seen. And if it does, it ain't worth killing yourself over, honest! :)

Hey Sean, I hear there's an excellent line of speakers made in Siberia, although one critic thought they sounded cold and analytical... :)
Will audition the 803's this afternoon. Hope that they are as flawless and the seller says ha ha ha.

The good thing about the philippines is that the temperature doesnt change much. 26-30 C all year round. I will just seal the speaker in plastic. Box it and but a lot of moisture absorbing bags around the area he he he.

BTW the speakers are priced 60% of SRP with the $2700 price tag. Will try to get it down to $2500.

Hmm... next question. What amp is good with these? I have a mark levinson amp :)