SwissLuxury.Com will purchase your Rolex Watch
Turn your valuable Rolex watch into cash. We will pay fair market price for your Rolex timepiece(s). You can trade with confidence. SwissLuxury is a solid company with an 20 year online history.
How does it work?
Why should you trust us?
SwissLuxury has been selling Rolex watches since 1997 and is in good standing with the Better Business Bureau, Wells Fargo, American Express, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, eBay (eBay User ID: "swissluxurycom"), etc. Our website represents a significant long-term financial investment that has been sustained through fair and honest business practices.
How much will you be paid?
New Rolex watches are sold to retail stores for approximately 40% off their retail price. This means that the dealer cost for a new Rolex with a $10,000 retail price is about $6,000. Therefore a used model of the same watch might be worth as much as $4,000 to $5,000. Condition, age, and model popularity are also factors in determining the value of your timepiece. The table below shows examples of what we have recently offered for certain Rolex models. You will also receive an additional $200 - $500 credit if you apply your trade-in toward the purchase of a new watch rather than a straight cash payment.
*Values are approximate, subject to change, and provided without guarantee for the purpose of helping to give a general idea of what a watch might be worth.
How to determine the Model and Serial Number of a Rolex?
The Model and Serial Number should be printed on the Official Rolex Warranty Certificate that came with the watch when it was purchased new, and it may be printed on a green tag that came with the watch. These numbers are also engraved on the watch, but the engraved numbers are hidden by the bracelet where it attaches.
To view the engraved Model and Serial Numbers on your watch, you need to have a local watch repair professional detach the bracelet from the watch case. The Model Number is engraved on the side of the case where the bracelet attaches at 12 o'clock. The Serial Number is engraved on the side of the case where the bracelet attaches at 6 o'clock.
The Serial Number consists of a single letter followed by six numbers. We need at least this first letter of the Serial Number to determine the approximate year the watch was manufactured.
How should the watch be shipped?
Only ship watches to the address we provide with your quote. Make a copy of the watch warranty certificate or keep a record of the watch model and serial numbers prior to shipping it. We are not responsible for watches lost or damaged in transit to us.
Doing business in person?
There are locations in New York, Miami, and Southern California where you can drop off your watch. Your watch will be inspected, and you can receive payment on the spot. If you wish to drop off your watch in person, indicate so in the comments section of the form below.
Is the quote guaranteed?
We are almost always able to provide accurate quotes based on the information requested in our online quote request form. However, we cannot completely guarantee a quote until we are able to physically inspect the watch. For the extremely rare circumstance where it is determined that the watch we receive is not as described or worth less than the value we quoted, we reserve the right to promptly return the watch to you at no cost to you. We may also, at our discretion, give you the option of accepting a lesser payment for the watch.
Counterfeit or Stolen Merchandise?
If we receive counterfeit or stolen merchandise we will turn over the merchandise, and all correspondence related to the merchandise, to the appropriate authorities. If you are uncertain about the authenticity of your watch, we recommend that you bring it to a local watch repair professional for inspection prior to shipping it to us.