Selling Your Apple Watch the Easy Way with

With Easter fast approaching, we could all do with a bit of spare cash, especially with Covid-19 continuing to have a big impact on people’s lives and jobs. The good news is that there is a way of getting your hands on extra funds and it comes in the form of trading in your old Apple Watch for cold hard cash! What’s more, it’s super-easy to take advantage of.

We’ve made our process so simple that all it takes is a few taps of your smartphone screen or laptop mouse to get the process started. Simply visit our site, select the appropriate model of Apple watch you want to trade in and we’ll give you a competitive price there and then!

We Pay 100% of the Quoted Price – Every Time

If you’ve ever used another smart tech or Apple Watch trade in service before, you may have found that the price you were quoted ends up being eroded down by the end. It can feel like you’re then obligated to accept that lower offer because they have your tech, but the good news is that you’ll have no such worries with us, as we pay out what we say 100% of the time.

The only reason you would receive less than the full payment promised on our website would be if you didn’t accurately describe the condition of your Apple Watch trade in. In a situation like this we would simply revise our offer and if you’re not happy with the new price, we’ll send you your Apple Watch trade in back to you free of charge – no questions asked.

The Apple Watch Trade In Process Costs You Nothing

Another great thing about our Apple Watch trade in process is that it’s completely free from start to finish. Our super-streamlined service includes free postage, so even if you end up not selling your Apple watch to us for a competitive price, the whole process won’t cost you anything at all.

We offer great prices for 1st Gen Apple Watch trade ins right the way up to series 6 Apple Watch trade ins, so you’re unlikely to find a better pay out for your tech anywhere else. We even pay good money for damaged smartwatches, so it’s worth asking us for a price, even if it’s broken.

No Hidden Catches or Costs – Just Great Prices

So, if you have some spare tech sitting in a drawer gathering dust, why not see how much you might be able to get by trading it in. We provide some of the highest prices of any trade in service on the market, so you might be surprised at just how much it’s worth. If you don’t check, you’ll never know!

If you’d like to find out more about us and why so many people have chosen us to release the money that’s sitting in their old tech, head over to where you’ll find everything you need to know. Whilst you’re there, you’ll see that we accept all kinds of tech trade in from games consoles to smartphones to ipods.

Alternatively, if you need any help or questions, give us a call on 020 3581 1991 and we’ll do our very best to answer them for you. Thanks for reading. We’ll be back again soon with more from the home of top-notch tech trade in prices again soon.

Want to Swap Your Apple Watch Series 4 for Some Ready Cash? Come and Find Out How!

Whilst an Apple Watch is an awesome bit of kit, you’re not going to need it forever. It could be that you’re not getting on with the device or that you’ve gotten something newer, but however you’ve arrived at this point, the problem is the same – what to do with the surplus Apple Watch Series 4?

Private Selling?

Well, firstly, there’s the traditional private selling route, which may or may not prove successful. This is because you’re relying on there being a need for the device you’re selling and there being enough people seeing your advert with an understanding of the value of that kind of device you’re offering.

Sell it on eBay?

Then there are the hugely popular auction websites like eBay that provide a searchable platform on which to advertise your Apple Watch Series 4. They can be great, but there’s still the element of chance involved and the fees they charge can really eat into the money you receive. Getting the reserve price right can be tricky too as if you set it too low, you might sell for much lower than you want to and if it’s too high, you might not sell it at all!

Trading in Your Apple Watch Series 4

The overwhelming response we have received from the 1 million+ people we’ve helped unlock the cash in their old tech is that we have made our trade-in process really quick and easy when compared to the alternatives. That fact that we guarantee the figure you’re offered on our website (only conditional on the device being in the described state e.g. ‘as new’, ‘good’, ‘fair’ etc) means that you can plan what you’re going to spend your cash on right away.

You’ll not be waiting around for weeks for auctions to finish to get your money either, as we’ll immediately wire you your cash, straight into your bank, the moment we’ve received and verified your trade-in Apple Watch Series 4! We take all the guesswork and waiting around out of the equation, so you can get access to your money easily and quickly.

Come and See For Yourself!

If what you’ve read here today has got you interested and you’d like to know more, we’d highly recommend coming over and visiting us online at All you need do to check how much you’ll get for your trade-in Apple Watch, trade-in iPhone or even trade-in games console, is to type the make and model of your device into the box provided on our site. It’s that simple.

If you have any questions about the details of service, you can either visit our FAQs page or call us on 020 3581 1991 now and we’ll be more than happy to assist however we are able to. Many thanks for reading our blog. We hope you enjoy your Apple Watch Series 4 trade-in cash!

Apple pulls down Watch update that bricked Series 2 devices

You can no longer download the latest update for Apple Watch, and that could be a good thing if you have a Series 2 device. Cupertino has pulled down watchOS 3.1.1 after it bricked several Series 2 watches, displaying a red exclamation mark on their screens along with a URL to the company’s support page for the wearable. The website doesn’t address the current issue, but it does have instructions on what to do in case your watch freezes.

The first course of action is to force restart the device by pressing and holding the side button and the Digital Crown at the same time. If you don’t see the Apple logo replace the exclamation mark after 10 seconds or so, then the next step is going to an Apple Store and having the device looked at. According to AppleInsider, force restarting didn’t work for a lot of affected users — they had to leave their devices with Geniuses, who had to send them in for servicing since they don’t have access to the Watch’s diagnostics port. Other people opted to ask for a device exchange when it became clear that force restarting wouldn’t work.

Cupertino has yet to reveal why watchOS 3.1.1 bricked some devices. But since the update was supposed to fix a bevy of bugs that affected notifications, messages and other features, Apple will most likely release a patched version that doesn’t freeze Watches in the near future.