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Trade in your Apple Watch for cash.  Get an upfront price quote for your old Apple Watch.  First, choose the Series of the used Apple Watch you want to trade in for money above.  Then, browse the selection of smart watch models to choose the exact case material, case size, band, and connectivity you have. 

How do I find out which Apple Watch model I have to trade in?
The Apple Watch was first introduced in 2015 and as of 2020, Series 5 has been the latest release from Fall 2019.  The model number of your Apple Watch will begin with the letter A followed by 4 digits.  You can use this model number to identify the Series that the smart watch is from.

The case has been made available in 4 different sizes: 38mm, 40mm, 42mm, and 44mm.  The case was also made available in several types of material over the years.  Aluminum is the most common, with a silver, rose gold, space gray, or gold aluminum casing.  Steel is an option and is typically paired with a sport band, leather, or steel milanese or link loop.  Steel also the case material chosen for the Hermes version.  The Edition series was first made available with solid gold but later discontinued and replaced with a ceramic or titanium version.  Nike versions of the Apple Watch will have the Nike logo engraved on the bottom of the case.  

What Type of Connectivity does my Apple Watch have?
The original series from 2015, Series 1, and Series 2 only had GPS connectivity and must be pair with an iPhone.  Wireless cellular connectivity was introduced with the Series 3 line and onward.  Cosmetically, the cellular version has a red ring dot on the crown.  The cellular version requires an active wireless data plan and will have a specific IMEI number associated with it.

If you are unsure which model you have, you can easily contact our Apple Watch trade-in customer support e-mail.  Simply provide us with the serial number and band type of your Apple Watch.  

What should I do before I trade in or sell my Apple Watch?
Before trading in or selling your smartwatch, make sure you remove the iCloud activation lock from the device.  Sync your watch to your iPhone in close proximity, open the Watch app, then tap the info icon.  Next, unpair your Apple Watch and remove your wireless network plan. You will then be required to enter your iCloud ID and passcode to turn off the activation lock and deactivate "Find My Watch" feature.  You will then need to confirm this in the final step.  You can check to make sure your device is removed by logging into your iCloud.com account and making sure the specific Apple Watch is not listed under "All Devices."

How Much Is My Apple Watch Worth?
The value of your Apple Watch relies on pricing of the secondary market for pre-owned devices.  The most recent releases with the latest WatchOS typically have the highest trade in prices.  We advise that you try to keep your device in the best possible condition.  Higher end case materials such as steel, ceramic, and titanium will typically carry higher resale prices than the aluminum versions.  To find out how much your used Apple Watch is worth, choose the series, model, and condition of your device for an upfront price quote.

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Trade in your Apple Watch for cash.  Get an upfront price quote for your old Apple Watch.  First, choose the Series of the used Apple Watch you want to trade in for money above.  Then, browse the selection of smart watch models to choose the exact case material, case size, band, and connectivity you have. 

How do I find out which Apple Watch model I have to trade in?
The Apple Watch was first introduced in 2015 and as of 2020, Series 5 has been the latest release from Fall 2019.  The model number of your Apple Watch will begin with the letter A followed by 4 digits.  You can use this model number to identify the Series that the smart watch is from.

The case has been made available in 4 different sizes: 38mm, 40mm, 42mm, and 44mm.  The case was also made available in several types of material over the years.  Aluminum is the most common, with a silver, rose gold, space gray, or gold aluminum casing.  Steel is an option and is typically paired with a sport band, leather, or steel milanese or link loop.  Steel also the case material chosen for the Hermes version.  The Edition series was first made available with solid gold but later discontinued and replaced with a ceramic or titanium version.  Nike versions of the Apple Watch will have the Nike logo engraved on the bottom of the case.  

What Type of Connectivity does my Apple Watch have?
The original series from 2015, Series 1, and Series 2 only had GPS connectivity and must be pair with an iPhone.  Wireless cellular connectivity was introduced with the Series 3 line and onward.  Cosmetically, the cellular version has a red ring dot on the crown.  The cellular version requires an active wireless data plan and will have a specific IMEI number associated with it.

If you are unsure which model you have, you can easily contact our Apple Watch trade-in customer support e-mail.  Simply provide us with the serial number and band type of your Apple Watch.  

What should I do before I trade in or sell my Apple Watch?
Before trading in or selling your smartwatch, make sure you remove the iCloud activation lock from the device.  Sync your watch to your iPhone in close proximity, open the Watch app, then tap the info icon.  Next, unpair your Apple Watch and remove your wireless network plan. You will then be required to enter your iCloud ID and passcode to turn off the activation lock and deactivate "Find My Watch" feature.  You will then need to confirm this in the final step.  You can check to make sure your device is removed by logging into your iCloud.com account and making sure the specific Apple Watch is not listed under "All Devices."

How Much Is My Apple Watch Worth?
The value of your Apple Watch relies on pricing of the secondary market for pre-owned devices.  The most recent releases with the latest WatchOS typically have the highest trade in prices.  We advise that you try to keep your device in the best possible condition.  Higher end case materials such as steel, ceramic, and titanium will typically carry higher resale prices than the aluminum versions.  To find out how much your used Apple Watch is worth, choose the series, model, and condition of your device for an upfront price quote.