Each Rolex watch that is officially sold comes with a warranty card. However, the card may look different based on the location of the sale.
Warrant cards are indeed a significant addition to the purchase of a Rolex timepiece for two reasons –
One, the card will verify the authenticity of the Rolex watch.
And secondly, it will add to the watch’s resale value.
It means that if you retain the warranty card and decide to sell your Rolex watch any time, you are likely to obtain a top price for it.
However, Rolex has not made any update to its warranty card for many years.
On the contrary, other Swiss watchmakers have made many significant upgrades to their cards in some way or the other.
Thus, Rolex was lagging behind others in the horological industry in this respect. However, there were speculations recently circulating about a new warranty card type from the brand.
And, it is today evident that the famous Geneva-based Swiss manufacturer has finally updated its watches’ warranty cards. Let’s explore more about it.
Rolex watches that come with warranty cards, beginning in 2015 have consisted of the following things –
Some cards also include particular details of the timepiece like the bracelet or dial type.
However, the old warranty card of the brand had two principal concerns –
And you already are aware that warranty card is essential to retain as it will verify the authenticity and add value when you sell your Rolex to trusted watch buyers in London or any other big cities.
Thus, Rolex took into consideration all these factors strictly and has now come up with its new warranty card 2020.
So, are you wondering what changes and upgrades Rolex made to its new warranty card?
The new Rolex warranty card includes:
However, the new cards do not contain two things – One is the Land code and other, name of the buyer.
Keep in mind that the new warranty card style is an early rollout of 2020. Thus, many Rolex timepieces will yet come with the old generation warranty card.
However, Rolex will offer some models with its new warranty cards. Eventually, Rolex watches sold in 2020 will have old and new warranty cards side-by-side.
If you are looking to sell your Rolex watch without papers, get in touch with the trusted watch buyers at The Luxury Hut.
At The Luxury Hut, we specialise in buying all kinds of Rolex watches for competitive prices, be it is with or without papers.
Our expert evaluators take into consideration the watch’s model, age, condition, demand and all other factors to assess its accurate value.
Moreover, we determine the final price that we at The Luxury Hut is willing to offer for a Rolex, based on its current market price.
Indeed, the warranty card, papers and also the original box of your Rolex watch will confirm its authenticity and add value.
However, you can still expect to secure the best price when selling your Rolex without them, especially if it is in excellent condition.
Thus, you should at least make sure that you store and maintain your luxury watch properly when not in use.
Regardless, to know how much your Rolex is worth with no papers or box, fill up our online form and get a free valuation immediately.
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