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    SELL YOUR OMEGA WATCH FAST

    We are the UK’s most trusted OMEGA watch dealer

    QUESTIONS? CALL US FOR NO OBLIGATION, FREE QUOTE

    0161 971 1936

    Money for Watches is a specialist division of DB Auctions Limited. We have been specialising in purchasing high value products for over 20 years.

    Money For Watches has built a reputation for offering you the best value for high end your High-end Cartier. We also buy other brands of luxury timepieces, modern and vintage, with or without papers.

    Omega are in high demand. If you are planning to sell your Omega, simply contact our friendly buying team for a hassle-free quotation.

    The process is very simple – we contact you within minutes of receiving your enquiry. We discuss the specification of your watch and then provide you with a quotation.

    Once agreed, we will arrange to collect your Omega watch at a place convenient to you – this is usually within 24 hours of agreeing the price with you. Rest assured, before parting with your watch, funds will be electronically transferred into your bank account.

    Simple, fast, effective and without risk.

    Money in your bank account in as little as 24 hours. Remember, we only take delivery of you watch once you have received your money.

    We specialise in buying Omega watches but are interested in all luxury watch brands including Patek Philippe, Cartier, Rolex, and Audemars Piguet.

     

    How to Sell My Omega Watch

    Omega Watch

    Selling your Omega timepiece couldn’t be easier than through MoneyForWatches.co.uk. Here’s how our system works.

    Step 1: Contact Us

    The process starts when you contact us about your watch. Fill our five-minute form with details of your watch: its model, its condition, whether it comes with its box and papers, and if possible, photographs. Doing so will help us offer you the best possible price for your asset.

    If you prefer doing business over the phone, that’s also an option. Call us at 0161 971 1936 if you prefer.

    Step 2: Agree a Price

    The next step is for us to agree a price. We endeavour to respond within 24 hours to every enquiry with a firm offer, because we don’t like to waste our clients’ time. All of our quotes are no-obligation, meaning that you don’t have to accept anything you don’t want to accept.

    Step 3: Arrange Collection

    Provided that you’re happy with the price on offer, we can arrange collection. We can send a representative at a time of your choosing to a place of your choosing, so that they can see the watch in person and confirm its authenticity. Alternatively, you can send the watch to us or deliver it to one of our offices.

    Step 4: Enjoy Your Cash!

    If we collect the watch in person, we can pay either in cash or by bank transfer. We guarantee that the funds will be released before collection of your watch for the benefit of your peace of mind.

    You’re then free to use your funds as you see fit.

    How Much Will I Get for My Omega Watch?

    Omega wristwatches, like other timepieces, vary greatly in price. A Seamaster or a Speedmaster might command a price of £5000, for example; one in pristine condition with its case and papers will sell for more, while one that has received continual wear might be valued lower.

    What Determines the Price of My Omega Watch?

    There are several factors that are relevant to the price of your watch. These include, but are not limited to, the following:

    The model of the watch. A Constellation may cost £20,000, while a Seamaster may cost £5,000, all else being equal.

    Its condition. All timepieces, even luxury ones, experience wear and tear. Even if you follow best practise—for example only laying your watch on fabric surfaces, and keeping up with scheduled maintenance—your watch may have slight scratches and dents that detract from its value.

    Whether it still has its box and papers. A box without authentication papers and a box is more likely to be a fake, and its price consequently lower. However, unlike many other watch reselling services, we do still buy watches without papers; contact us for more information.

    Whether the watch was part of a limited run. Luxury timepieces manufactured in small numbers grow in value as time goes on. Watches produced in large number are more likely to depreciate.

    If you would like to discuss the value of your watch in depth, call us at 0161 971 1936.

    Why Is MoneyForWatches.co.uk The Best Place to Sell My Omega Watch?

    There are several reasons why you should consider selling your watch through MoneyForWatches.co.uk.

    One is our ‘pay first, collect afterwards’ policy. The watch reselling industry is rife with scams and fraud. To encourage trust in our service, our representative will pay either in cash or by bank transfer before collecting your watch. This means you can enjoy peace of mind through MoneyForWatches.co.uk.

    Perhaps even more important is our ‘Excellent’ TrustPilot rating. Our 4.9/5 rating shows how seriously we take customer satisfaction. We provide the best possible service in two ways. The first is by providing highly competitive offers for timepieces that our competitors simply can’t match. Our expertise in watches allows us to pass extra value on to our clients where others can’t. We also ensure at all times a level of service commensurate with high-value assets like luxury watches.

    Last but not least, the ease with which you can resell your watch through MoneyForWatches.co.uk is unmatched too. All you have to do is give us the details of your watch, accept our offer and have us collect it; no further effort on your part is necessary.

    Omega Watches: The History

    Omega SA is a luxury Swiss watchmaker similar to Rolex and Patek Philippe. The brand was founded in 1848 as La Generale Watch Co., with the name change to Omega SA only being finalised in 1982.

    As do other Swiss watchmakers, so too does Omega have its own fascinating history. Omega, for example, created the first tourbillon wristwatch ever made in 1947 with the 30I. This watch broke records by delivering the best timekeeping ever seen in a wristwatch up to that time.

    Unlike other brands, Omega has not focused exclusively on luxury watches. Rather, their business plan was to absorb the competition; between 1955 and 1970, Omega merged with or created some fifty other watchmaking companies to form SSIH Group (Société Suisse pour l’Industrie Horlogère). It was only after the quartz crisis in the 1970s, when Japanese brands like Seiko and Citizen pioneered quartz movements, that Omega pivoted to focus more exclusively on high-end watches.

    How Do Omega Watches Work?

    Omega speedmaster professional moonwatch 6

    The motto of Omega Watches is Omega—Exact time for life, and their watches live up to that standard. Omega timepieces are made only with the highest quality materials, and are available with either automatic or mechanical movements. They regularly produce new timepieces for the luxury market that meet these standards.

    Which Omega Watch Models Are the Most Popular?

    display of popular omega watch models

    Omega, like all manufacturers, produce many different models of watch. The most popular are the Speedmaster and the Seamaster.

    The Speedmaster is the more popular line of the two, and was famously worn by astronaut Buzz Aldrin during the first manned lunar landing in 1969. Within the Speedmaster line there are many different models, but they are all broadly similar with black dial, hesalite crystal lens and tachymetric scale.

    The Seamaster, as the name suggests, is Omega’s answer to the Rolex Submariner or Sea-Dweller. It is Omega’s longest-running product line and has been in production since 1948. It features a strong blue bezel, chunky design, and a gas release valve for saturation divers. The popularity of this line reached new heights when it was chosen as the watch of choice for James Bond in every movie since 1995.