Sell your watch with Bezl

Tap into a network of enthusiasts and collectors who appreciate the artistry and heritage of exceptional watches. Let us elevate your selling experience with our commitment to quality and unparalleled customer service.

What are the options?

Consignment

We offer consignment sales for your watch, taking a commission of 5% from the ultimate selling price.

Purchase

We are able to buy your watch directly, settling on a mutually agreed upon price.

Why sell your watch with bezl?

Unlock the potential of your premium timepiece with Bezl. We specialize in facilitating a secure and efficient selling experience for owners of exclusive watches who demand the best in horology. At Bezl, we understand the value of your investment. That’s why we prioritize a transparent and straightforward selling process, designed to offer you peace of mind every step of the way. From professional valuation to expert marketing, we ensure your watch is presented in the best light, with detailed descriptions and professional, high-resolution images that capture its true essence.

+ How It Works
Sell with us

How it works

Submit your watch

After receiving your inquiry, we will respond within two business days through your chosen method of contact to explore the possibilities for selling your watch.

We collect your watch

We'll coordinate the shipment of your watch to us from any location globally, utilizing a secure and fully insured courier service.

Selling and payment

Upon acquiring your watch, payment will be issued within three working days after we receive it. For consignment sales, we will finalize your payment within one week following the sale of the watch.
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