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Our trade-in programme allows customers to conveniently part exchange their existing timepiece towards the purchase of a Garrick timepiece.

You have the option to part exchange your mechanical watch but please be aware that not all watches are eligible.

We will offer a fair market price but please be aware that we mostly sell these watches to the trade. Of course, you could realise a higher price by selling the watch on your own but this can prove difficult and time-consuming.

We can give you an initial estimate via phone or email and a firm value once we have inspected the watch.

Several factors will determine the value of your watch:

  • Condition.
  • Current market value.
  • Is the watch complete with box and papers?

We currently offer this option on the Portsmouth models.

Contact us for details: info@garrick.co.uk

Quill & Pad

Thanks to the new Calibre UT-G01, the Portsmouth is set to become the first watch that defines the company as a watchmaker first and foremost

Escapement

The Garrick Portsmouth is an expensive watch but, based on its array of attributes, justifiably so. Indeed, I would even suggest the watch is actually underpriced and would warrant another £4000 on the asking price and still prove competitive

Monochrome

The important thing for British watchmaking is that Garrick Watch Co. is very much part of the conversation.

The Telegraph

Norfolk based outfit incubating long lost skills, and turning out exquisitely finished watches using a new movement.

Quill & Pad

Thanks to the new Calibre UT-G01, the Portsmouth is set to become the first watch that defines the company as a watchmaker first and foremost

Escapement

The Garrick Portsmouth is an expensive watch but, based on its array of attributes, justifiably so. Indeed, I would even suggest the watch is actually underpriced and would warrant another £4000 on the asking price and still prove competitive

Monochrome

The important thing for British watchmaking is that Garrick Watch Co. is very much part of the conversation.

The Telegraph

Norfolk based outfit incubating long lost skills, and turning out exquisitely finished watches using a new movement.