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Identify your watch's make and model - for instance, 'Casio Classic Analogue Watch', 'Citizen Digital Luxury Watch JY8031-56L' or 'Michael Kors Ladies Watch MK5353'. If you have its original box and papers, great! Include them too but if not, no problem. Make sure to take high quality photos to include in your listing so that potential buyers can see in detail exactly what it is they are buying.
Search for your watch on eBay and see how much similar models are fetching, both at auction and 'Buy it now'.
If you have a specific price in mind for your watch, you may want to choose the fixed-price listing option over an auction-style listing. You never know though: an auction listing could fetch more than your original estimate, so experiment with your listings and see which method is more successful.
Once you have provided the item description, you will see a recommended price, which can be a good indication of how much your watch is worth.
Here are a few things you can do to ensure you make a successful sale:
Include clear, zoomed-in photos of the watch.
Be as accurate with your item description as possible.
Price your item competitively.
Offer free delivery.
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