Recommend websites for selling used Rolex Watch

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  1. 13 Jan 2021 at 9:57 PM #1
    longtallh

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    Can anyone recommend a good website to offload a nearly new unworn Rolex watch? Ideally looking to make money on the sale as we know certain models sell more second hand than when bought new!

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  2. 13 Jan 2021 at 9:58 PM #2
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    Just looked they charge 6.5% selling fee, that will cost me around £1000 :(
     
  4. 13 Jan 2021 at 10:12 PM #4
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    Sell it yourself then?
     
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    This. Put it up on for sale section I’m sure someone here will be interested.
     
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    True- selling sites charge a fee

    A garage selling your car charge a fee

    Auction houses charge a fee

    Not worth moaning about- if you don’t want to pay it sell it yourself?!
     
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    What Ebay?
     
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    Thanks for your help!! Ill sell it myself.
     
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  10. 13 Jan 2021 at 10:34 PM #10
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    How about seeing what websites like Watches of Switzerland will offer you for it? Or maybe putting it through an auction house if it's a sought after model.
     
  11. 13 Jan 2021 at 10:49 PM #11
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    Put it up for sale on here or any other forum your on, if it doesn’t sell that way then you will have to pay some sort of fee for selling on other platforms.
     
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    However you want

    As SURAJ said

    Sell it yourself through private advertising sites

    Approach auction houses and find out what it’s worth and their fee

    Go to watch buying companies and find out what they would BUY it off you for and failing that their fee to sell it for you

    Lots of ways- if it’s a collectors item worth a lot then it’ll sell- just depends how much you want to take for it
     
  13. 13 Jan 2021 at 10:51 PM #13
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    By your calculation of fees, you’re expecting £15k ish.

    If it’s a Hulk, they’re not currently quite that strong.

    A trade offer on the right watch may be equal to a private sale type site after fees.

    There’s a multitude of traders out there and the route I always take to avoid scams and tyre kickers.
     
  14. 13 Jan 2021 at 11:17 PM #14
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    Can we know which Rolex it is?
     
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    Anyone on here fancy starting a watch auction site like collecting cars but “collecting time” or such like?
     
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    More like “selling time”
     
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    Yes absolutely. Take a commission I think it could work.
     
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    Or “Timeless Classics” would be a very cool name
     
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    You’re a bit late I’m afraid, collecting cars are launching a sister website for watches. I did think of it as well when collecting cars launched a year or so ago(?) but too late now!
     
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