What is your own watch value?

To make a personal estimate of its value, the model, general condition of the watch and specific criteria such as the availability of its certificate and original presentation case must all be taken into account. The Watch Quote™ Personalised Valuer gives you a reliable estimate fast, for free and on-demand.

 Calculate your own watch value 
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Warning:

Your own watch value is not the quoted market price. The Personalised Valuer just gives the trade value, and is subject to various criteria.

The Watch Quote™ is the only standard benchmark of value

How is your watch value personalized?
The following table shows the sliding scale of points used to calculate the value of your watch.

Terms of exchange with professional watchmakers:
15% less than the Personalized Value (for professional fees, repairs, restoration and guarantee etc.)



 Personalized Valuer point scale 
NewExcellentGoodAveragePres. boxCertificate Margin
    +10%
     +5%
     +5%
      =value
    =value
     -5%
     -5%
      -10%
    -5%
     -10%
     -10%
      -15%
    -10%
     -15%
     -15%
      -20%

What sort of watches can you value this way?

The Watch Quote™ gives the average value of a watch in perfect working condition and excellent general order sold with its original certificate and presentation case. A watch that doesn’t work cannot be valued.

How to tell whether a watch is in new, excellent, good or average condition?

  • As new: Never been worn. No visible scratches, no trace of impact. Original bracelet and clasp as new.
    Exceptions: none

  • Excellent condition: Worn rarely, all original parts, in perfect condition.
    Acceptable: a very few, fine and tiny scratches, slight marking of original bracelet.

  • Good condition: Worn well, perfect working order; crystal, case and winding crown cleaned and serviced regularly, bracelet with original clasp in good condition.
    Acceptable: Small, barely visible scratches on case or metal bracelet requiring very slight polishing,( or change if leather strap).

  • Average condition: Worn frequently, not well-maintained, not serviced during previous 5 years, service required, need to check if still water resistance, case requires complete polish, some work required on mechanism, leather strap replacement essential.
    Acceptable: Numerous small-to-larger scratches visible, possible problem with mechanism, crystal scratched, poor anti-reflection finish, bracelet worn out.

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