Watch interest free finance. Up to 48 months interest free finance on watches. Buy your watches on finance, apply online today for next day delivery with an extensive selection of luxury
Buy Now, Pay Later
All orders with a value of £250+ are eligible for a 12 month interest free finance period.
Orders with a value of £750+ are eligible for a 48 month interest free finance period.
Carry on to complete your purchase by clicking "APPLY NOW" OR "BUY IT NOW" on the product page by clicking the button above, you can select the finance you desire after entering your details on the "CHECKOUT" pages.
Please ensure that you select online finance as your payment method.
If you require help or further information please call 01335 453 453
Orders with a value of £250.00 - £25,000 are eligible for 12 months interest free or 36 months with APR of 11.9%. Orders with a value of £2,000 - £25,000 or higher are eligible for 48 months interest free finance.
The following shows the finance options avaliable for a £960.00 Oris F1 Watch :- Deposit: £0.00 Finance Amount: £960.00
How To Apply For Watch Finance
Add your chosen watch to the basket, and when you go through the checkout, simply select the finance option you require. Follow the on-screen prompts for your instant online decision (no printing off any paperwork, all done online, straight away)
There is NO administration fee's payable on any of our finance schemes. Please note some products are not available with finance, each product page will inform you if finance is available on that item. In order to apply for credit, you must:
Be at least 21 years of age.
in full time employment (i,e. 16 hours, or more, per week) or
retired and over 50 years of age or
in receipt of an invalidity or disability allowance.
Have been a UK resident for 3 years or more.
Be able to make repayments by direct debit
Provide your previous address if you have lived at your current address for less than 3 years.
Have an order value of over £250.00
Payments by direct debit, credit subject to status, written quotations available on request.
How quickly will my application be processed? In most cases you will know immediately if your application has been accepted or declined, however, credit applications can be referred and if this is the case you will be notified as soon as a decision has been reached.
If my application is accepted what happens next? Most of our applications are now esignatures and you just have to wait for the goods to arrive.
What is credit scoring? Credit scoring is the process used by financial services companies to evaluate the credit risk of new applicants. This technique will be applied to your application for online finance. Credit scoring works by awarding points for each answer given on the application form such as age, income and occupation, together with information obtained from credit reference agencies. This information allows us to produce consistent decisions, ensuring all our applicants are treated fairly. Credit scoring does not discriminate on the grounds of sex, race, religion, disability or colour.
If I have been refused credit can I apply again? We acknowledge that your circumstances change and just because we have refused a previous application, it does not mean that we will automatically turn down a further request. We do suggest however, that you leave at least 9 months between applications.
Who is my finance with? Hitachi Finance.
Who is eligible for finance? To apply for Finance, you must be over 21, and you or your partner must work at least 16 hours a week, or be retired with an income. You must also be a resident of the United Kingdom* and have lived in the UK for the last three years or more. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer online finance to residents of Eire.
Why has my application been declined? In addition to credit scoring, we also take into account confirmation of your identity, validation of certain application details, existing commitments and information held at the credit reference agencies. Though we are unable to provide you with a main reason for decline of your application, it is usually based on one, or a combination of the following:
Adverse credit reference agency information Your credit score (note that every finance company will score you differently) You are aged under 21 You are considered to be overcommitted Your existing account performance with other lenders
What type of information do credit agencies hold about me? Some of the information is public information, for example electoral roll, County Court Judgements and bankruptcies. Other lenders may also file information about accounts you hold with them for instance this could include your payment history and outstanding balance on these accounts. Any requests for credit, where a credit reference search has been undertaken, will also be filed, although the result of the request is not recorded.