Sell Your Audemars Piguet Watch

With The Watch Exchange London, selling your Audemars Piguet watch couldn’t be easier. Our simple same-day service ensures exchanging your watch is an uncomplicated experience.

How to sell Audemars Piguet watches online

1. Complete our form

Complete the form to start the process and you will receive an estimate within 48 hours.

2. Visit our branch

If you’d like to proceed, bring your timepiece with proof of purchase in Mayfair.

3. Watch inspection

We guarantee to offer you a fair price after your watch is thoroughly inspected.

4. Complete validation

Accept our offer or part exchange, and receive payment in less than an hour.

Value your Audemars Piguet watch without the hassle

If you’ve decided to sell your Audemars Piguet watch, or you’d like to know its value, The Watch Exchange can help. As an experienced team with over 15 years of experience, we stay on top of changing values to ensure we always offer you the most competitive price for your Audemars Piguet watch. We offer our valuation service on a no-obligation basis, so you’re not tied to selling at any time.

Our process is simple and hassle-free, so you don’t have to spend too long getting the results you’re looking for. Customer service is our top priority, so we offer a fast and reliable service that’s strictly confidential, for your peace of mind. We’re incredibly knowledgeable about the industry and this allows us to offer the best service and expertise to all our clients.

What makes us the best place to sell your AP watch?

A stress-free process

You’ll have a no-obligation offer in less than 48 hours, without any stress or hassle on your part.

Experts in the industry

Our staff have a wealth of knowledge to provide the very highest standard of customer service every time.

Trustworthy valuations

With over 15 years in our industry, you can trust our valuations. We’ll provide a valuation based on a full inspection of your AP watch.

Quick payments

Whether you choose to accept our offer or part-exchange, we’ll ensure your payments are released in under an hour.

Receive your Audemars Piguet price today

We don’t want you to worry about any aspect of selling your Audemars Piguet watch, so we keep it simple. Simply head onto our site, complete the short form to get in touch and we’ll send you an estimate for your Audemars Piguet watch within 48 hours.

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Exceptional customer service is an integral part of our business. We aim to ensure a superior customer experience is carried out from the initial greeting to the end farewell. Our purpose is to take the customer through a pleasant journey. We are invested in conducting all interactions with you, the customer, face to face.

23 Burlington Arcade, Mayfair, London, W1J 0PR
Monday – Friday: 9:00 – 17:00

Hourly booked appointments starting at 10:00 am to 17:00

Frequently asked questions

How much is an Audemars Piguet watch?

Audemars Piguet watches tend to range from over £6,000 to nearly £300,000, depending on the rarity and the collectability of the model. One of the most popular watches in the Audemars Piguet collection is the Royal Oak which tends to sell anywhere from £12,000 to £14,000 although has been known to fetch six-figure rates. As with any luxury watch, the price of an Audemars Piguet timepiece varies based on the condition of the watch and the style. An authentic AP watch with its original box and documents will achieve a much higher price than one in poor condition with no proof of authenticity.

Why are Audemars Piguet watches so expensive?

An authentic Audemars Piguet watch requires highly skilled watchmakers to create these collectable pieces, and even just the process of designing a watch can take years of work. Audemars Piguet watches are made using very high quality materials, complex movements and a high standard of labour, which increases the cost for the business. The exterior finish of the Automatic Royal Oak, for example, has satin-brushed black ceramic surfaces and detailed bevelling to create the unique design that takes a lot of effort to produce.

Do Audemars Piguet watches hold their value?

Yes, Audemars Piguet watches do tend to hold their value well, though on average they fetch slightly less on resale compared to the likes of Rolex and Patek Philippe watches which tend to be the most successful in terms of resale value. As with other luxury watches, rarity, materials and innovation all factor into the overall price you can expect to see from a particular watch. If you have a rarer model, a watch made from higher-cost materials such as gold or gemstones, or you have a particularly unique and innovative model, chances are these models will be more collectable in years to come.

How can you tell if Audemars Piguet is fake?

As with other sought-after watch brands, Audemars Piguet has produced a watch that counterfeiters copy – the Royal Oak. To spot a fake, there are a few things to look out for. The metal finish is the first, since the original Royal Oak has a very fine brush finish that runs vertically across the watch. The real AP watch is made from titanium whereas fakes are usually made with stainless steel. The weight can also be a sign, since the original will feel heavy compared to a replica. Audemars Piguet watches have a specific design lasered onto the dial, but fakes will either forego the design or it won’t be the same style.

Where can I sell my Audemars Piguet watch?

If you’re ready to sell your Audemars Piguet watch, we make the process easy. All you need to do is fill out the simple form on our website, including the brand, serial or model number, and your contact details and we’ll get back to you with a valuation within 48 hours. The Watch Exchange London provides a hassle-free way of getting a reliable and competitive price for your AP watch, and we’ll ensure that the timepiece is carefully inspected by qualified individuals with extensive experience in the industry for a trustworthy assessment.