Sell Your Rolex Sea-Dweller

Embark on a rewarding journey by selling your Rolex Sea-Dweller with The Watch Exchange. We recognise the sophistication and craftsmanship embodied in your luxury timepiece, and aim to provide a service experience that mirrors this high standard. At The Watch Exchange, the process of selling your Rolex Sea-Dweller is secure, smooth, and gratifying, offering a fair price that accurately reflects the value of your esteemed watch.

How To Sell Your Rolex Sea-Dweller

1. Complete our form

Fill out the form to initiate the process, and we’ll respond with an estimate within 48 hours.

2. Visit our branch

If you agree with our quote, bring your Rolex and its proof of purchase to our Mayfair’s Burlington Arcade store.

3. Watch inspection

Our expert team will authenticate and assess your Rolex, and provide a fair price.

4. Complete validation

Accept our offer or consider a part exchange. Once the agreement is reached, you’ll receive your payment in less than an hour.

Important Features Of A Sellable Rolex Sea-Dweller

A sellable Rolex Sea-Dweller should be in good condition, equipped with original parts, and come with verifiable documentation. Key elements include the watch’s functionality, dial and crystal clarity, the authenticity of its bracelet and bezel, and overall aesthetic appeal.

Why Sell Your Rolex Sea-Dweller To The Watch Exchange?

With a focus on exceptional customer service, we provide a safe, direct, and seamless process for selling your Rolex Sea-Dweller. Transactions are conducted face-to-face, reinforcing our commitment to your security. Furthermore, we guarantee immediate payment upon finalising the agreement, removing any concerns about safety, security, and promptness.

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 Sea-Dweller 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 Sea-Dweller

    What’s The History Of The Rolex Sea-Dweller?

    The Sea-Dweller was introduced in 1967 as a response to the growing demand for a timepiece that could withstand the extreme conditions of professional diving. It was the result of a collaboration between Rolex and the French diving company COMEX (Compagnie Maritime d’Expertises). The Sea-Dweller was designed to offer increased water resistance compared to Rolex’s existing Submariner model.

    What Type Of Watch Is Rolex Sea-Dweller?

    The Rolex Sea-Dweller is a professional dive watch designed specifically for deep-sea exploration and professional diving purposes. It belongs to Rolex’s lineup of sports watches, which also includes iconic models like the Submariner, GMT-Master II, and Daytona.

    What Is Special About The Sea-Dweller Rolex?

    The Rolex Sea-Dweller is a remarkable timepiece that offers several distinctive features and attributes, making it highly regarded among divers and watch enthusiasts.

    What Is The Average Price Of A Sea-Dweller Rolex?

    The starting price for a new Rolex Sea-Dweller typically falls within the range of £9,000 to £11,800. However, this is a general estimate, and prices can be higher for models with additional features, such as precious metal constructions or special editions.

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    Do Sea-Dweller Rolexes Hold Their Value?

    Yes, Sea-Dweller Rolexes generally hold their value well over time. Rolex watches, in general, are known for their ability to retain their value and even appreciate in certain cases. The Sea-Dweller, being a highly regarded and sought-after model among diving enthusiasts and collectors, tends to maintain its value due to several factors.

    ⌚️ For more information why why Rolex watches hold their value, check out this guide.

    How Many Sea-Dwellers Are Made Each Year?

    Rolex does not disclose specific production numbers for its watches, including the Sea-Dweller. The company maintains a level of secrecy regarding its production figures to preserve the exclusivity and desirability of its timepieces. As a result, it is challenging to determine the exact number of Sea-Dweller watches produced each year.

    Are Sea-Dweller Watches Hard To Find?

    Yes, Sea-Dweller watches can be challenging to find due to their popularity and limited availability. The Sea-Dweller is a highly sought-after model among diving enthusiasts and watch collectors, known for its exceptional water resistance, robust construction, and professional features.

    What’s My Rolex Sea-Dweller Worth?

    Determining the exact value of your Rolex Sea-Dweller requires considering several factors, including the model, materials, condition, age, and market demand. Looking to sell a Rolex in London? The Watch Exchange has you covered with expert, trusted valuations and same-day payments.

    Who Wears Sea-Dweller Rolexes?

    Sea-Dweller Rolexes are worn by a diverse range of individuals who appreciate their exceptional water resistance, robust construction, and professional features. Here are some groups of people who are commonly associated with wearing Sea-Dweller Rolexes.

    How Can You Spot A Fake Sea-Dweller?

    Counterfeiters are continuously improving their replicas, so it can be challenging to detect counterfeit watches solely based on visual cues. When in doubt, it’s always advisable to seek professional authentication or purchase from authorised Rolex dealers or reputable sources to ensure the purchase of a genuine Sea-Dweller.

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    When Is The Best Time To Sell My Rolex Sea-Dweller?

    The best time to sell your Rolex Sea-Dweller can depend on various factors, including market conditions, demand, and your personal circumstances.

    What Are The Key Specifications Of A Sea-Dweller Rolex?

    The key specifications of a Rolex Sea-Dweller can vary slightly depending on the specific model and reference number. The Sea-Dweller features a unidirectional rotatable bezel with a 60-minute graduated scale. The bezel allows divers to track elapsed time underwater and is often made from scratch-resistant ceramic material, known as Cerachrom, for enhanced durability.

    How Do You Adjust A Sea-Dweller Watch?

    Examine the bracelet of your Sea-Dweller to identify the links that can be adjusted. The bracelet is composed of multiple links held together by pins or screws. Look for small arrows or indication marks on the inside of the bracelet links, which show the direction to remove the pins or screws for adjustment.

    How Do You Set The Time On A Sea-Dweller?

    The crown of the Sea-Dweller is located on the side of the watch case, at the 3 o’clock position. To unscrew it, gently rotate the crown counterclockwise until it pops out slightly from the case. Ensure that the crown is in the unscrewed position before proceeding.