If you're looking for a used Rolex for sale, there are a few things you need to know. Thankfully, the Mo Money Pawn Shop experts have decades of experience and we should be your first stop when you are looking to buy or sell a Rolex watch.
Buy, Sell, Pawn, or Trade a Rolex at Mo Money Pawn Shop
Are you looking for luxury jewelry at a fair price? Whether you're buying or selling, Mo Money Pawn Shop is one of Phoenix's top buyers and sellers of watches and fine jewelry. Our showroom is open from 10 AM to 7 PM daily, while our express window is open from 8 AM to 10 AM and 7 PM and 12 AM daily.
Used Rolex for Sale in Phoenix, AZ
What to Look For when Buying or Selling a Rolex Watch?
Whether buying or selling a Rolex watch, keep an eye out for certain factors that impact the watch's value.
These factors include:
The Condition of the Watch
This one is the most obvious: the better shape your watch is in, the more it will be worth. The good thing is, most Rolex watches last for decades due to their sturdy, high-end construction: it's tough to destroy one!
The Model of the Watch & Presence of Box & Papers
Some watch models are more popular and fetch a higher resale value. If the original paperwork and packaging come with the watch, the higher the price it will sell.
How to Tell if the Watch Is Authentic?
When buying or selling anything name brand, you want to ensure that you have the real deal.
There are a few things to look for:
- The certificate of authenticity. Sometimes, Rolex watches will have been separated from their certificate of authenticity, but generally, the watch and certificate will come as a pair.
- The serial number. All Rolex watches have serial numbers that we can use to identify them and tell them apart from counterfeits. Rolex watches made in 2004 and earlier have their serial number engraved on the case. Starting in 2005, they began putting the serial number on the rehaut (the ring between the crystal and the dial). Many online databases let you look up a the watch's serial number and find information about its history.
- The convex glass. Most (but not all) genuine Rolex watches have a lens that curves slightly outward, magnifying the dial.
- The movement of the second hand. Authentic Rolex watches will have a second hand that moves in tiny increments, appearing to move smoothly at first glance. The second hand on many counterfeits will move in a more stuttered way.