CIRCA Pays You The Highest Prices For Your Rolex Yacht-Master II
If you are looking to sell your Rolex Yacht-Master II, you’ve come to the right place. CIRCA needs your Rolex watch and will prove it with the best offer you can get. Read the stories of those who’ve sold to us below.
Purchased in San Francisco:
Rolex Yacht-Master II Stainless Steel; 116680
Our client walked in with a brand new Rolex Yacht-Master II, box and papers in tow. We made an offer which he accepted and then brought out the second to match. “Would you buy another at the same price?” “Of course.” we said. “How is it that you have two?” “Long story. One, a gift from the wife, another, a gift as a thank you in a business deal. But I’m really just not a Yacht-Master kind of guy.” “Before we make out the check… Any more in there?”.
Purchased in Barcelona:
Rolex Yacht-Master II White Gold; 116689
Sometimes a guy will take a white gold Rolex Yachtmaster right off his wrist and ask what we would pay. This guy liked what he heard. Now he can buy that Patek he had his eye on.
Purchased in New York:
Rolex Yacht-Master II Stainless Steel and Everose; 116681
“You wouldn’t know it by looking at me, but I used to dress to the nines,” our client suggested as he took his seat. He was all ripped jeans and white tee today and in pretty good shape for a white haired retiree. Unbuckling the Datejust from his wrist, we noticed the incongruity of which he spoke. “It doesn’t go with anything in my current wardrobe. I have one sport jacket left, having just cleaned out two storage containers worth of suits and ties. So this is a non-starter.” We get it. It’s a pretty fancy looking watch and it doesn’t speak to whom he is today. He’s sold us before and knew we’d make it easy and rewarding. “You guys are great,” he said with a handshake. It’s all the thanks we need.
Purchased in Beverly Hills:
Rolex Yacht-Master II Yellow Gold; 116688
With a massive 44 millimeter case and framed by its blue ceramic bezel, the Yacht-Master II will get you noticed. 2007 introduced it, a big departure from the original Yacht-Master. Our client bought his in 2014. He said that it was difficult to buy – made more so by the retailer who put him on a waiting list and eventually sold it to him, but not without making him feel that he was granted a special favor. After he sold it to us, he said the selling experience was far more enjoyable than the buying experience. Imagine that.
Purchased in Bethesda:
Rolex Yacht-Master II Stainless Steel and Yellow Gold; 116681
The Yacht-Master II is an incredible example of analogue technology that centers around a countdown timer which can be utilized up to the ten minute mark. It may come in handy when you need to time a yacht race, but for most of us this feature might be used for other purposes. Still the functionality of the watch grew a unique and recognizable look. Our client had given up on it though. “Enough was enough. Sure, the watch looks cool. But frankly I was afraid to touch any of the buttons. I went to the store I’d bought it from to ask them to explain the functions again. Still, I was thinking I just needed a simpler watch.” The watch was in great condition and the client wisely held on to the box and papers. Our offer was considerably higher than the two he’d heard earlier that day from a few Worth Avenue buyers, and higher still than what he’d have gotten as a trade in from his retailer, so he readily accepted, glad that he’d made one more stop. We were glad II.