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You don’t want to admit it, but you were talked into being an early adopter of Android Wear or Pebble before Apple Watch was even a thing. Now that Apple Watch preorders have kicked off and the Watch is almost in your hands, it’s time to unload your Android Wear watches before people catch on and resale values plummet.

Good news: NextWorth, one of the leaders in mobile device trade-ins, today announced it will begin paying out for your old Android, Samsung, and Pebble watches (and soon Apple Watches too).

So how much will you get for your old Android or Samsung watch? A Samsung Galaxy Gear in good condition will get your $38, while a Moto 360 will get your $107. Both watches retailed for over $250 when originally released but have since been reduced.

A Pebble Steel smartwatch will get $73 in good condition currently. But it’s possible trade-in prices will drop significantly when Apple Watch finally floods the market in the coming months.

NextWorth isn’t accepting Apple Watch trade-ins yet, but it plans to when the device begins shipping later this month.

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