As you may have discovered, trying to sell a Rolex can be as much of a minefield as trying to buy one.
There are hundreds of dealers out there both in stores and online who will offer you money, but is it the right money? There’s nothing worse than selling a quality watch or treasured heirloom only to discover you gave it away too cheaply. But you can find out how much your Rolex is really worth right now, and it only takes a minute.
Luxe Watches are UK-based luxury watch specialists. Founded in Essex in 2011, Luxe supplies new and pre-owned watches with a personalized service where collectors and enthusiasts alike can either buy, sell or trade premium wristwatches. Luxe specializes in brands such as Audemars Piguet, Rolex, Patek Philippe, Richard Mille, and other premium Swiss brands.
To help customers overcome the often tedious and confusing trial-and-error approach of trying to sell a Rolex, they have created an easy instant valuation tool that gives you the true market price of your watch based on the information you supply.
It works by using daily market prices to ensure the price Luxe offers is current and in-line with real-time prices. If you decide to proceed to sell, subject to satisfactory inspection of your Rolex, Luxe Watches will then lock in the offer price for 7 days to give you sufficient time to decide.
You don’t even have to be looking to sell — you might just be curious to see what your watch could fetch. You can still use the evaluation tool as a guide price, and remember, it only takes a minute to find out.
To get a valuation for your Rolex, make sure you have all the information on hand: the model, the model number, the metal, dial color, the age of the watch, original documents, and, of course, the condition. (It always pays to be honest about the condition, because if Luxe’s inspection reveals previously unmentioned issues, this will be reflected in the final valuation.)
In addition to valuing and selling fine watches, Luxe can also source the watch of your dreams, so you could consider trading in your Rolex for something else.