Sell Your Rolex Day-Date

As connoisseurs of luxury watches, we guarantee an uncomplicated, secure, and rewarding experience when you choose to sell your Rolex Day-Date with us. With our robust understanding of the value that your masterpiece holds, we ensure you receive an offer that aligns with its true worth. Our process is straightforward, our handling of your Rolex is professional, and we pay a fair price that mirrors the value of your distinguished timepiece.

How To Sell Your Rolex Day-Date

1. Complete our form

Initiate the process by filling in the form, and receive our estimate within 48 hours.

2. Visit our branch

If you’re satisfied with our estimate, bring your Rolex and its proof of purchase to our flagship store in Mayfair’s Burlington Arcade.

3. Watch inspection

Our experienced team will authenticate and meticulously inspect your Rolex, offering a fair price subsequently.

4. Complete validation

Accept our offer or opt for a part exchange, and you’ll receive your payment in less than an hour once the deal is closed.

Important Features Of A Sellable Rolex Day-Date

A sellable Rolex Day-Date is defined by its excellent condition, authenticity of its parts, and verifiable documentation. Crucial features include the operational integrity of the watch, the clarity and condition of its dial and crystal, the originality of its bracelet and bezel, and its overall aesthetic appeal.

Why Sell Your Rolex Day-Date To The Watch Exchange?

At The Watch Exchange, we make exceptional customer service a priority. We strive for a first-class customer journey, from the moment we meet to the final transaction. We handle all dealings in person, removing any middlemen to provide a secure, trustable platform for selling your Rolex Day-Date. We promise swift payment acquisition, making the process safe, efficient, and ultimately rewarding.

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 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 Day-Date price today

We don’t want you to worry about any aspect of selling your 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 watch within 48 hours.

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    Learn More About The Rolex Day-Date

    What’s The History Of The Rolex Day-Date?

    The Rolex Day-Date, first introduced in 1956, is known for being the first wristwatch to display both the date and the day of the week spelled out in full on its dial. Over the years, it has become an iconic symbol of prestige and success, earning the nickname President’s Watch.

    What Type Of Watch Is A Day-Date?

    The Rolex Day-Date is a luxury wristwatch that displays both the date and the day of the week. Known for its exclusive use of precious metals and the iconic President bracelet, it’s a symbol of prestige, combining Rolex’s expertise in craftsmanship, precision, and luxury.

    What Is Special About The Day-Date Rolex?

    The Rolex Day-Date, introduced in 1956, holds a special place in the realm of horology for several reasons. It’s the first wristwatch that displayed both the day of the week spelled out in full and the date. Known for its exclusive use of precious metals and its iconic President bracelet, the Day-Date is a symbol of prestige and accomplishment.

    What Is The Average Price Of A Day-Date?

    The average price of a Rolex Day-Date can vary widely depending on factors such as the specific model, the materials used, the condition of the watch, and whether it’s a vintage or new model. New Day-Date watches typically retail from around £25,000 to over £45,000.

    Do Rolex Day-Dates Hold Their Value?

    Yes, Rolex Day-Dates are known for holding their value exceptionally well, and in some instances, may even appreciate over time. Factors such as the model’s popularity, the rarity of certain variants, and the overall demand for Rolex watches contribute to this value retention.

    ⌚️ You might like our guide on the value of Rolexes.

    How Many Day-Dates Are Made Each Year?

    Rolex, as a privately owned company, does not publicly disclose its production numbers, including those for specific models such as the Day-Date. Therefore, it’s impossible to determine the exact number of Day-Dates produced each year.

    Are Day-Date Watches Hard To Find?

    The availability of Rolex Day-Date watches can vary. While Rolex’s iconic Day-Date model is generally available at official retailers, certain variants or special editions may be harder to find due to their high demand and limited production.

    What’s My Day-Date Rolex Worth?

    The value of a Rolex Day-Date can vary widely based on factors such as the specific model, the materials used, its condition, whether it’s a vintage or newer model, and its service history. When getting your Rolex valued, it’s recommended to have your watch appraised by a trusted watch expert or dealer to determine its current market value accurately.

    Who Wears Rolex Day-Dates?

    The Rolex Day-Date, also known as the President’s Watch, is often seen on the wrists of world leaders, CEOs, celebrities, and influential figures due to its status as a symbol of success and prestige.

    How Can You Spot A Fake Rolex Day-Date?

    Spotting a fake Rolex Day-Date can be a challenging task, as counterfeiters have become increasingly skilled at producing replicas that closely resemble the genuine timepieces. Genuine Rolex Day-Date watches are high-end luxury timepieces and come with a significant price tag. If the price seems too good to be true or significantly lower than the market value, it should raise suspicion.

    ⌚️ For more information, check out this guide on how to spot a fake Rolex.

    When Is The Best Time To Sell My Day-Date?

    Determining the best time to sell your Rolex Day-Date watch can depend on several factors, including market demand, condition of the watch, and personal circumstances.

    What Are The Key Specifications Of A Day-Date Rolex?

    The Rolex Day-Date, often referred to as the President’s watch, is a prestigious and iconic timepiece. The Day-Date offers a wide range of dial variations, including classic designs and more intricate patterns. Dials are available in different colours, such as black, silver, blue, champagne, and white. There are also options for diamond-set hour markers or dials with other precious stones.

    How Do You Adjust Day-Date Watch?

    If you need to adjust only the date, pull the crown out to the first position, which enables you to adjust the date. Rotate the crown counterclockwise to move the date forward or clockwise to move it backward. Continue turning the crown until the desired date is displayed.

    How Do You Set The Time On A Day-Date?

    Unscrew the crown by gently turning it counterclockwise until it pops out slightly from the case. Pull the crown out to the second position, which allows you to adjust the time. Rotate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to set the desired time. Be mindful of the AM/PM indication to ensure accurate time setting. Once the correct time is set, push the crown back in and screw it down firmly in a clockwise direction to ensure water resistance.