When retro becomes modern, and yesterday’s classic is tomorrow’s new fashion, it’s common to search for a pre-owned watch. Watches can hold a special place for families as an heirloom, and many prefer one that hasn’t had a previous owner. However, used watches can have rich stories: A watch that is no longer made or one that made it through a grand war.
How to Buy a Pre-Owned Watch
If you’re on the hunt for a watch from another era, some important things to consider are the watch's service history, whether it has all of its box and papers, the overall condition of the piece and if it is still under warranty.