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Selling your Cartier Ronde is a seamless process with The Watch Exchange London. Our streamlined, same-day payment service is designed to make the transaction smooth and hassle-free.

How to sell your Ronde

1. Complete our form

Complete our form to start the process. We aim to reply within 48 hours.

2. Visit our shop

Bring your watch, with proof of purchase, to our store in Mayfair.

3. Watch inspection

We will inspect your watch and offer a guaranteed fair price.

4. Get paid!

Accept our offer or choose to part-exchange. Get paid within an hour!

Important Features Of A Sellable Ronde

Several factors play a critical role in ensuring your Cartier Ronde fetches good value. Firstly, check the watch’s condition; watches in mint or near-mint condition often command higher prices. Original packaging and documentation, such as the box and authenticity papers, significantly enhance its value, too.

The model’s rarity, demand, and any unique features or limited edition aspects also contribute to its desirability. Regular servicing, proven by service records, assures potential buyers of the watch’s maintenance and can increase its saleability.

Why Sell Your Cartier Ronde To The Watch Exchange?

Choosing The Watch Exchange London to sell your Cartier Ronde is a decision backed by our 15 years of industry experience. Our straightforward valuation process is designed to confidently offer you the best possible price. Within just 60 minutes, our expert team will provide you with a fair, no-obligation quote, ensuring you receive a competitive offer for your precious timepiece.

Learn More About The Cartier Ronde

When Was The Cartier Ronde Made?

The Cartier Ronde watch series is a part of Cartier’s rich heritage of crafting timeless luxury timepieces. Although the exact debut year can vary depending on the specific model within the Ronde collection, Cartier has been producing watches since the early 20th century.

The Ronde line is known for its classic round case and elegant design, embodying Cartier’s commitment to excellence and sophistication in watchmaking. Over the years, various iterations have been introduced, each maintaining the distinctive elegance and refinement associated with Cartier’s design ethos.

What Is The Average Price Of A Cartier Ronde?

The average price of a Cartier Ronde can vary widely based on factors such as the model, materials used, and any special features or complications. Generally, prices can range from around £3,000 to over £10,000 for standard models. Limited editions and models with precious metals or stones can command higher prices. The specific value is determined by the watch’s rarity, craftsmanship, and market demand at the time of purchase or sale.

Do Cartier Ronde Models Hold Their Value?

Cartier Ronde watches are known for their excellent craftsmanship and timeless design, contributing to their ability to retain value over time. While the depreciation rate can vary depending on the model and market conditions, Cartier watches, including the Ronde series, are generally considered good investments. Their enduring appeal and the brand’s reputation for quality can help maintain their resale value.

What’s A Cartier Ronde Worth?

The worth of a Cartier Ronde watch depends on several factors, including its condition, age, rarity, and whether it comes with original packaging and documentation. A well-maintained Ronde in good condition can fetch a significant portion of its original retail price on the secondary market. Vintage or limited-edition models can be worth more than their initial purchase price, especially if they are sought after by collectors.

How Many Cartier Ronde’s Are Made Each Year?

Cartier does not publicly disclose production numbers for its watches, including the Ronde series. This secrecy is part of the brand’s strategy to maintain exclusivity and desirability. The production quantity can vary based on the model, with some being limited editions and others more widely available. Cartier’s focus on quality and craftsmanship ensures that each piece, regardless of the production number, meets the brand’s high standards.

Are Cartier Ronde Watches Hard To Find?

The availability of Cartier Ronde watches can vary. Standard models are generally accessible through Cartier boutiques and authorised dealers. However, limited editions or discontinued models may be harder to find and can require searching through secondary markets like auctions, collectors, or specialised watch resellers. The rarity of specific models can make them more desirable to collectors and enthusiasts.

How Can You Spot A Fake Cartier Ronde?

Identifying a fake Cartier Ronde involves inspecting several key aspects:

Quality and craftsmanship: Genuine Cartier watches have impeccable finishings, with precise engravings and clean, sharp details.
Movement: Cartier uses high-quality Swiss movements, which are smooth and consistent.
Logo and branding: The Cartier logo and font should be precise and clear. Counterfeits often get these details wrong.
– Serial numbers: Authentic Cartier watches have a serial number engraved on the back, which a Cartier boutique or authorised dealer can verify.
Materials: Genuine Cartier watches use high-quality materials for the watch face, such as 18k gold, stainless steel, and sapphire crystal.

When Is The Best Time To Sell My Cartier Ronde?

The best time to sell your Cartier Ronde could be when market demand is high, often influenced by trends, new releases, or significant brand milestones. Keeping an eye on the luxury watch market and consulting with reputable watch resale or auction houses can help you decide the optimal time to sell.

How Do You Adjust A Cartier Ronde Watch?

Adjusting a Cartier Ronde watch typically involves setting the time or adjusting the bracelet. To set the time, you would pull the crown out to the appropriate position and turn it until the hands display the correct time. For bracelet adjustments, it’s often best to visit a Cartier boutique or an authorised jeweller, as they can adjust the bracelet length without damaging the watch.

How Do You Set The Time On A Cartier Ronde?

To set the time on a Cartier Ronde, gently pull the crown (the small knob on the side of the watch) out to the second notch. This will stop the watch movement, allowing you to turn the crown and set the hands to the correct time. Once set, push the crown back in to resume the watch movement. It’s important to ensure the crown is securely in place to maintain the watch’s water resistance.

Sell your Ronde In Four Simple Steps

Sell your watch hassle-free. Fill out our form to sell and get a quick valuation. We offer same-day payments for sellers ensuring a smooth, transparent transaction with no surprises.

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Get to know The Watch Exchange London

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For over 15 years, we have valued and bought some of the biggest names in the watch industry, including Rolex. Our highly skilled team of watch buyers will thoroughly inspect your Rolex watch before making a fair offer. We tend to buy luxury timepieces worth between £500 and £500,000. 

If you accept our offer, we’ll complete the hassle-free payment process in under 60 minutes. We aim to make your watch selling journey as smooth as possible, taking a delicate process and turning it into a favourable one.

  • Family business in Mayfair’s exclusive Burlington Arcade.
  • Experts in valuing Rolex, Cartier, and other leading brands.
  • Bought over 10,000 watches and counting!
  • 15 years of experience in making fair offers and valuations.
  • Trusted by high-profile clients.
  • 100% secure and quick payments.

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We keep our exchange process quick and easy, so you can get an offer as soon as possible.

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With over 15 years of experience, we’ve bought over 10,000 watches and counting!

Experienced valuations

Our team is highly qualified and experienced. The price we offer you is fair and based on a full inspection.

Same-day payment

Accept our offer or part-exchange. We’ll send payment to your bank in less than 60 minutes.

Value your watch at our shop in Burlington Arcade, London

Our watch shop is located at 23 Burlington Arcade, Mayfair, London, W1J 0PR. We’re open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and take hourly appointments from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on these days.

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