Armand Nicolet Trade In Scheme Launched

Armand Nicolet Trade In Scheme

Armand Nicolet is a brand we were unfamiliar with until recently, but it turns out they have a long tradition as a quality Swiss watch manufacturer. The company has just gone live with its new service, Armand Nicolet Trade In. This offers customers a new way to buy Armand Nicolet watches.

What is the Armand Nicolet Trade In Scheme?

This concept is based on a part exchange principle, in that a customer can trade-in an existing watch to receive a discounted price on a new Armand Nicolet watch, direct from the atelier. Armand Nicolet does not discriminate. This service is open to all brands of watches, and all types of watches.

Armand Nicolet, a Swiss watch brand that has been in business for nearly 150 years sees this as an innovation within the industry. No Swiss brand with such a rich history is offering this service.

Who may make use of the Armand Nicolet Trade In service?

  • The collector with a full box, and a one in one out policy, but hates the prolonged agony of selling watches.
  • The single watch owner who is longing for an Armand Nicolet.
  • The bargain hunter that likes to get the best deals around.
  • Or even those with a few forgotten about watches that have been stowed away in the drawer.

Whatever the motive, this service provides a new way to access Armand Nicolet watches while, in turn, making these watches more accessible to the wider audience.

How Armand Nicolet Trade In Works

All customers need to do is visit the trade in page, fill out and submit the form, including two clear photos of the watch that they would like to Trade In. It’s as easy as that. Then Armand Nicolet will assess the customers’ offer and get back in touch. One requirement, of course, is that the customer can provide legitimate proof of ownership of the watch being offered.

Author: Mike Richmond

Usually found skulking around eBay or the International Watch League forum, Mike writes for a living and spends what little money he makes building up his collection of timepieces.

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