Pristine Watches London pays very competitive prices for high value luxury watches. Based in Central London, next to Bulgari Hotel and a 3-minute walk from Harrods, we offer a fast and safe service at our premises or by secure post.
Pristine Watches London has experts in luxury watches who examine and evaluate the watches we get in from our clients. The price is based on current market value, the condition of the watch and the peripherals that it comes with.
We aim to respond to all enquiries on the same day. Where this enquiry was submitted outside of working hours, we may respond the next day. Please note that when you give us more information, we will be able to respond to your enquiry quicker, including images in our forms also helps.
Yes, we do purchase watches from international sellers, payment methods and amounts may differ for international sellers due to currency exchange. We will still ensure you receive the best price for your watch.
The quotes we offer our clients don’t expire, however if the conditions of the watch changes from the time you got the quote, then we may change our offer. If the market value of the watch changes, the quote will be revised to reflect the market value change.
Once we receive the watch, we will inspect its authenticity and condition. We may also choose to do a Watch Register. If the watch is as described by the client, we will complete the purchase by making payment over the agreed payment method.
You will receive the money via direct bank transfer or cash.
If you visit our showroom with the watch, you will usually get paid on the same day. However, sometimes there may be a hold between banks. In cases where the watch was shipped, we would require 1-2 business days before payment is made. This is due to our authentication and conditioning process.
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