Want to part exchange a watch? If you have a pre owned watch you want to part exchange for another model, Swiss Watch Trader can help you. Our watch exchange services allow you to trade your watch online, using its value towards the price of another model. If you have been trying to find watch exchange services near you but you’ve been struggling, Swiss Watch Trader’s fast, online service is the ideal solution for you. With our service, you can exchange watches online, easily using their value towards a new watch. You can part exchange your pre owned watch without even having to leave the comfort of your livingroom!
Although we specialise in sports models such as the Rolex Submariner, Breitling Avenger and Omega Seamaster we will consider all pre owned watches including TAG Heuer, Cartier, Panerai, IWC, Tudor, Breitling, Omega and Rolex watches in part exchange. Get in touch or just give us a call for an initial evaluation of the timepiece you wish to use in an online watch exchange. All we ask is that your watch is in fine condition and ideally complete with the original boxes and papers. We obviously understand that some watch may not have original boxes and papers, maybe due to their age, so don't let that put you off getting in contact.
HOW TO PART EXCHANGE YOUR WATCH ONLINE
4 SIMPLE STEPS: If you are asking “how do I part exchange my watch?” but you don’t know where to start, our straightforward 4 step process will put you at ease. Trading watches online couldn’t be easier than with Swiss Watch Trader’s fast, remote service, especially if you want to use your watch as a part exchange for a new model.
1. TELL US ABOUT THE WATCH YOU WANT TO EXCHANGE
Complete the online form below and input as much information about the watch you wish to use for an exchange as possible. We need to know about the watch make, model and model number. We also need to know what condition it is, including any damages or wear on the watch. Even if the damages is minor, it is important that we know about it in advance so that we can make a fair evaluation. If we receive your watch later down the line and we find issues with the watch, we will need to change our initial valuation. You should also include information about any other features/inclusions with your box, such as inner or outer boxes, certificates and manuals, warranties etc.
Any images you are able to include are also helpful. You must also let us know the watch you wish to part exchange your current watch with. If you wish to look through our collection, see our watches for sale. When you have completed this form and submitted it to us, we will review the information and provide you with a valuation report.
2. SEND US THE WATCH
Our watch exchange process involves us coming up with an initial estimate for how much we believe the watch should be valued at. Once we have received the information in your contact form, we will provide you with a price. If you choose to accept this valuation, we will send you a contract and address details for you to post the watch.
3. WE INSPECT YOUR WATCH
Once we receive your watch, we will inspect it to ensure it matches the description you gave us in your contact form, and that it includes everything you have said it does. If the watch does not match the description you gave us, we may need to change our initial evaluation.
4. PAY ANY OUTSTANDING BALANCE
Once we have ensured the initial estimate of your watch is fair, we will send you your new watch. Before this, you will need to pay the outstanding difference in value between your new and old watch. You can pay via your debit/credit card, PayPal or via bank transfer.
Once these 4 steps are completed, you will receive your new watch, straight to your door!
TELL US ABOUT YOU AND YOUR WATCH
We aim to respond to all enquiries the same working day but replies can sometimes take up to 24 hours. In order for us to give you the best and most accurate valuation on your pre owned watch you need you to inform us in as much detail as possible what we can expect from your watch. We will need the make, model and model number. We don't necessarily need the serial number at this stage. We also need to know exactly what is included such as inner and outer boxes, warranty card/certificate, manuals, hang tags and any service history. It would also be helpful to know of any defects, no matter how minor.