It's the leading marketplace for luxury watches
ChronoWatches specializes in luxury watches and presents watches in a professional environment. You'll achieve the best prices here.
7 million potential buyers every month
Your ad is visible to potential buyers in over 90 countries. This means 9 out of every 10 watches quickly attracts the attention of a serious buyer.
Our ad rate is only 4.5% of the sales price you set and never exceeds USD 299.
Sell quickly and easily
1. Place your ad
2. Receive purchase requests
3. Sell your watch
Create your ad on ChronoWatches in 4 easy steps
Place an ad for your watch in just a few steps using our form:
- Describe your watch in detail. The more detailed your description is, the easier it is for potential buyers to find your ad.
- Add up to 4 pictures of the watch to your ad. Keep your camera handy. During the ad creation process, you'll be asked to take 2 photographs of the watch set to a specific time and upload them as proof of ownership. These photographs are also displayed in your ad.
- Enter your personal information.
- In the final step you can review your information one last time and pay the ad fee.
We charge a fee of 4.5% of the listing price for private watch ads. There is a minimum charge of 5 USD and a maximum charge of 299 USD per ad, regardless of the listing price. If your watch doesn't sell within 6 months, we will fully reimburse you the fee. You can pay this ad fee via PayPal, credit card, or bank transfer. Last updated 10/2015.
If you do not sell your watch within 6 months, we will refund your listing fee. The conditions for this are: that your watch was posted online at ChronoWatches for 6 months, that it was not sold, and that it is still in your possession. You must also show - within 4 weeks after the 6 months have expired - that you still own the watch.
The reference number indicates the model and/or model variant of your watch and can be composed of several different letters and numbers. With certain manufacturers, you can find the reference number on the case back (not to be confused with the case number), between the lugs and sometimes even engraved on the dial. You should always be able to find the reference number in the documents relating to your watch or in the invoice. If you cannot find the reference number, look online for the name of the manufacturer on the dial and compare the image results with your watch. This quick bit of research should help you in most cases.