A trusted person is the best option when it comes to selling a Rolex watch; I find this to be my preferred method.
The watch might have been coveted by a friend from afar when it was sitting on your wrist.
If you intend to sell your watch, you should inform your friends so that they can decide if they would like to buy it.
The price will be one that is fairly comparable with the second-hand retail price.
The $10,000 watch on Chrono24.com can be traded for $9,000 to a friend. If you sell the watch to a friend, you'll both benefit from a fair price for the Rolex.
Your friend trusts you and your trust them the financial exchange will be more secure. Because they trust you, they may also be interested to buy a pre-owned Rolex from you.
Buying a watch from a friend can result in an unavoidable association between you and the watch. If something goes wrong with it, your friend will contact you so you can fix it.
I don't know if it will take one month, one year, or five years for your friend to come back to you and tell you about an issue with the watch.
There will be a pause to tell you that you have to do something about it.
When you sell a watch to a friend, you never relinquish your responsibility toward the watch.
To reduce the chance of this happening, be honest with your friend before the deal is done.
Tell him/her that the watch needs to be maintained. If the watch needs to be serviced, it must be taken to a Rolex certified service center.
Service for a Rolex watch costs between $800 and $1000, and buying a Rolex watch carries responsibilities.