Sell Your Omega Watch

We’re well-acquainted with Omega watches and we buy and sell based on well-researched market prices.

If you're looking to sell your Omega watch, Toronto Watch Exchange is your best choice.

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About Omega: Historic Staple

Omega has been synonymous with excellence in watchmaking since its establishment in 1848. With a reputation for innovation and quality, Omega is known for its rigorous testing of new movements, cases, and bands. Each Omega watch goes through extensive testing and quality control processes to ensure every piece meets their exacting standards. Omega's pioneering spirit has taken them to the moon, helped them conquer the oceans' depths, and enabled them to time the world's most important sports competitions. As such, an Omega watch is more than just a timekeeper; it's a piece of history.

Buying an Omega

Toronto Watch Exchange is proud to offer a curated collection of pre-owned Omega watches, each representing the brand's commitment to durability and design. Buying a used Omega watch from us means acquiring a piece of classic craftsmanship at a more accessible price point. Our Omega watches are meticulously inspected and maintained to ensure they meet your expectations for quality and functionality. Whether you are seeking to own your first Omega or add to your collection, we are here to provide you with the best possible options.

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Selling an Omega

Selling your Omega watch can be as prestigious as owning one. At Toronto Watch Exchange, we appreciate the intrinsic and sentimental value of Omega watches. Our process for selling watches in Toronto is straightforward, secure, and designed to fetch the best market price for your cherished timepiece. We take pride in offering personalized service to ensure your selling experience is satisfying and lucrative, reflecting the exceptional quality of your Omega watch.

Get Started

Please provide us with some details about the Omega you're hoping to sell.

We usually respond with an offer the same day.

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    How it Works

    1. Get an Offer

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    Simply fill in the form with your contact information and a few details about your Omega watch (condition, make, model, year) and the price you're hoping to sell it for. One of our representatives will respond the same day with a quote.

    2. Ship Your Omega

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    Once you accept our offer, we will provide you with a pre-paid, fully insured shipping label. We will also provide instructions on how to securely pack your Omega watch for shipment. As soon as it's here, we'll conduct a thorough inspection.

    3. Receive Payment

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    Once the condition and details of your Omega watch have been verified, we will process the payment within 24 - 48 hours. For your convenience, there are several payment options to choose from - it really is that easy!

    Why Us?

    Toronto Watch Exchange was created by watch enthusiasts. We've been operating in the Omega market for over 15 years and we maintain strong connections within the watch-collecting community. With our experience and track record, we can accurately appraise your Omega watch and provide you with a fair market-driven price.

    Want to unlock the value of your Omega watch? Get in touch with Toronto Watch Exchange today.

    The price of a used Omega is influenced by many factors, including the specific model, its condition, and whether it includes accessories like the original packaging.

    If you're interested, we encourage you to submit a form with all the relevant details, and we'll provide you with a quote on the same day.

    We are open to considering all models of Omega watches.

    Some of the models we're already interested in include:

    • Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch
    • Omega Seamaster Diver 300M
    • Omega Constellation
    • Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra
    • Omega De Ville Prestige
    • Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean
    • Omega Speedmaster Racing
    • Omega Seamaster Railmaster
    • Omega Seamaster 300
    • Omega Speedmaster Moonphase
    • Omega Seamaster Bullhead
    • Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200M
    • Omega Seamaster 1948 Limited Edition
    • Omega Seamaster Olympic Games Collection
    • Omega Seamaster Ultra Deep
    • Omega Seamaster Olympic Games Gold Collection
    • Omega Constellation Globemaster

    If your model isn't listed, don't worry. Select 'Other' on your submission form and continue from there.

    Yes. TWX will provide you with a prepaid and insured shipping label from a trusted carrier to ensure your watch is safely transported to us. You will be able to track your package online.

    We will also give you detailed instructions for packaging your Omega watch securely for shipping.

    We have partner locations in numerous major cities across Canada. Once a TWX representative contacts you, they will inform you if in-person drop-off is available.

    If it is, they will connect you with our partner location to schedule a drop-off time. After your Omega watch is dropped off, we will coordinate with them to transport the watch to us for the final inspection. You will receive email notifications at each stage of the process.

    If you're not qualified to assess a watch, it's best to consult a professional watch appraiser like our experts at TWX.

    However, here are some pointers:

    Serial Number Check: Omega watches are engraved with a serial number, usually on the back of the case or on the movement. This number should correspond with Omega’s official production records. Authenticating this number with Omega can confirm the watch’s origin.

    Dial Examination: Omega dials are crafted with precision. The logo, text, and minute markers should be evenly spaced and sharply printed. Any imperfection in the dial, such as misaligned text or a smeared logo, could indicate a forgery.

    Case and Back Inspection: The case should be well-finished, with no visible blemishes. While some vintage Omega watches may have a see-through case back, most modern Omegas do not, except for special editions. An incorrect case back can be a telltale sign of a fake.

    Crystal Quality: Many Omega watches feature a sapphire crystal that is scratch-resistant and often has an anti-reflective treatment. The crystal should sit flush with the bezel and not be elevated or misaligned.

    Movement Assessment: Omega is renowned for its precise movements. While it's difficult to assess the movement without opening the case, a genuine Omega typically has a smooth sweeping second hand. If the movement is visible, it should be finely finished and include the Omega calibre number.

    Hand Craftsmanship: The hands of an Omega watch should be perfectly shaped and attached. The second hand should reach the minute track precisely, and the lume applied to the hands should be even and without blobs.

    Material and Weight: Omega uses high-quality materials that give the watch a substantial feel. A lightweight watch or one made with inferior materials could be a counterfeit.

    Engravings and Finishing: Authentic Omega watches have clean, precise engravings on the clasp, and the finishing is consistent throughout the watch. Look for the Omega logo and name, which should be clearly defined without any irregularities.

    Price Consistency and Retailer Reputation: As with other luxury watches, if the price of an Omega seems too good to be true, it likely is. Always consider the reputation of the retailer and look for Omega’s network of authorized dealers for purchase.

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