Watch Chest Customers: Insights & Infographic

Watch Chest Customers: Insights & Infographic
April 6, 2015 2 min read
Watch Chest Customers: Insights & Infographic

Watch Chest just published an infographic on their website that shares a few statistics about their customers. They give some insight on where their customers come from, how they pay, and even the average sale.

What’s great about publishing a company’s transparency, is that you are able to get a clearer picture on how they operate. In the case of this infographic, finding out about Watch Chest’s customers make it a little more relatable to you as a customer.

My favorite stat is where it talks about the payment methods used. Watch Chest accepts credit cards and bank wires. I remember how first-time customers would sometimes ask how often we would receive a bank wire, where you’re able to get the best deal since processing fees are avoided. If you have never sent a bank wire, especially to a company you’ve never conducted business with before, sometimes it’s just nice to get a feel of what other people are doing in your same situation.

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What are some other stats you would be interested in from an independent Rolex dealer like Watch Chest?

So what are you waiting for? Go take a peek at our extensive Rolex collection here. If you are ready to purchase your watch and need help, please check out our other entry on how , or reach out to us!

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