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Model Number Guide

Getting the correct model number for your watch is highly important when it comes to selling your timepiece. This is to ensure that you are being quoted a price for the correct item and the estimate that you are given is as accurate as possible. Sometimes, you may be unable to locate the model number, in which case we will still be able to offer an amount, although the more details that you can include, the better. Below are our tips to finding your model number.

Using the paperwork that came with your watch

Many watch brands provide paperwork that accompanies a luxury watch that may come in the form of a guarantee or warranty card, or a certificate of some form. These will very often include the model number and other details. This is the easiest way to identify your model.

 

Here are some examples from top manufacturers.

Rolex

Breitling

Omega

TAG Heuer

Finding your model number on the watch itself

 

Sometimes it is possible to locate the model number on the actual watch. However, this is not always possible without using specialist tools or asking a jeweller to do it for you.

Rolex

Found where the bracelet connects to the watch between the lugs.

TAG Heuer

Found on the back of the watch case.

Breitling

Found on the back of the watch case.