Do you have a watch that isn’t running because the battery went dead on you? It happens all of the time. Some pawn shops will replace batteries for free, in the the event that you are taking your watch to a pawn shop that doesn’t offer that service, they still may buy your watch despite the fact it doesn’t run. However, I’ve got some tips in here that will help you get the most for it every time!
Pawning Luminox Watches When it comes to Luminox watches and pawn shops, sadly you will find that not every pawn shop is willing to take them in. This is understandably upset for some people as the watches aren’t cheap when new. Unfortunately, most models of Luminox watches just don’t hold their value when on the … Read more
Pawning A Citizens Watch The one feature about Citizens Watches that set them apart is their eco-drive feature. They essentially use sunlight to help power the watch. if your watch has been in storage for a long period of time, you may need to leave it out for awhile to charge the battery and get … Read more
When it comes to the different types of collateral that pawn shops will accept or buy from people, there can be a huge amount of variety across the nation. Some pawn shops will only accept certain things, while there are other pawn shops out there that will buy just about anything that comes through their … Read more
Pawning Movado Watches When it comes to pawning these timepieces, there are some things that you will want to be sure that you dod first if at all possible. Make sure that the watch has a new(er) battery so that the pawn shop can see that it works properly when you bring it in. Make … Read more
Notes: Nobody likes hearing that their items aren’t valuable enough to make a loan on them and most pawnbrokers understand that. unfortunately however, Timex watches just don’t carry a significant value and are very difficult for a pawnbroker to reasonable loan on/or buy, and then turn around and sell if they have to. In my … Read more
If you have a stainless steel watch laying around the house and you are in need of a few extra bucks, you may ask yourself if that’s something that a pawn shop would buy. To tell you the truth, a lot of people ask the same thing. I probably get the question 4 or 5 times a week at minimum. So let’s dig in and answer it for you, once and for all.