How To Sell Your Hublot To CBD Jewellers

Looking to sell your Hublot watch? If you have a Hublot watch that you think could be worth around $5,000 or more, get in touch with us today. Here’s how it works:

Submit Form

Complete our online form or call us on (07) 5663 4836. Include information about your watch including the brand, model, and if you have the box and/or papers. You will be given a quote before sending your watch to us.

Drop Off or Send

Arrange to drop off your watch with us at Southport. We can arrange to come to you if you are in Brisbane or the Gold Coast. We can also arrange collection via courier for long-distance enquiries.


Once we have your watch, we will do a full expert valuation. We do consider each and every piece carefully, but will only purchase those we would wear ourselves. If suitable, we will make you our best offer.

Receive Payment

Once you have considered our offer and are happy to accept, you will receive your payment.

We Buy All Hublot Models, including:


    • Hublot Big Bang

    • Hublot Classic Fusion

    • Hublot Spirit of Big Bang

    • Hublot Big Bang Unico

    • Hublot King Power

    • Hublot Classic

    • Hublot Big Bang Ferrari

    • Hublot Classic Fusion Aerofusion


How To Find Your Hublot Watch Serial Number and Model Number

You can find the model number and the serial number of your Hublot watch on your Hublot e-warranty card and on the caseback.

How Much Is My Hublot Worth?

When selling your pre-owned Hublot watch, you may wonder how much it is worth. Several factors affect the value of used luxury watches, including:


As older or vintage Hublot watches are no longer in production, they have become highly desirable.


Original Hublot watches in mint condition are worth more than the ones that have been modified or are in poor condition. Service history on watches older than 5 years, also adds to their value.

Model and Serial Number

All Hublot watches retain their value well, but specific editions are rarer and more sought after than others.

Original Box and Papers

Selling a pre-owned Hublot watch without the original box and warranty may decrease the resale value.

Precious Materials and Precious Stones

The materials used in your Hublot watch affect how much your watch is worth.

How To Get The Best Price For Your Hublot

  • Keep the original box and e-warranty
  • Keep all of the links
  • Take care of your watch
    • If you are not wearing it, store it in a box
    • If you do wear it, minimise its exposure to getting scratched or damaged
  • Get your Hublot regularly serviced by an authorised Hublot dealer or service provider.
  • Keep all of the paperwork of servicing

FAQs About Selling Luxury Watches

Why sell your pre-owned luxury watch to CBD Jewellers?

We are experts in luxury watches and are up to date with all the latest industry knowledge. Luxury watches are our passion and one of the ways we bring that to the table is by giving you the best possible price and service.

How can I send you my watch?

If you live in Brisbane or the Gold Coast, we can arrange to pick up from you directly, or you can arrange to drop your watch off to us in Southport. If you live further away we can arrange a courier collection for your watch.

Do you buy watches without papers or boxes?

Yes. We can work with you to provide the best possible price even without the accompanying paperwork providing we can confirm authenticity.

Do you buy watches on consignment?

In most cases no, but we might consider it for certain, very special timepieces.

About Hublot Watches

Hublot is the fusion of the vision of two men: the founder Carlo Crocco and Jean-Claude Biver who became CEO of Hublot in 2004. Crocco launched the Hublot brand at Baselworld in 1980. In French, hublot means porthole, which inspired Crocco’s first design and the porthole-shaped case has since become the signature of the brand. Hublot’s debut watch was unique in that it was the first luxury watch with a natural rubber strap. With the introduction of their new watch The Big Bang in 2005 which was a leader in the large watch trend and utilised a unique fusion of different materials, including steel, ceramic, and rubber.