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Reliability, Functionality & Beauty of the Rolex Cosmograph Daytona

Reliability, Functionality & Beauty of the Rolex Cosmograph Daytona

Reliability, functionality, and beauty are the main epithets that reflect the essence of the Rolex Cosmograph Daytona, one of the most popular timepieces ever. First introduced in 1963, these unique luxury watches still please us in the 21st century. Now ...

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Recognizing the Real Rolex: 5 Ways to Spot a Fake Rolex

Recognizing the Real Rolex: 5 Ways to Spot a Fake Rolex

  In the world of wrist wear, the Rolex is basically the sports car of the watches. You can bet that it’s durable, efficient, and a very good investment if you’re wearing a Rolex—that is, if it’s a REAL Rolex ...

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Affordable Vintage Luxury Watches – Where To Start Collecting? Part I

Affordable Vintage Luxury Watches – Where To Start Collecting? Part I

Buying vintage luxury watches is a difficult task itself. But if you are going to start collecting such timepieces, this task becomes even more complicated, as the right vintage watch marks you as a savvy collector. So you should know ...

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Rolex Launches a Special Deepsea D-Blue Dial Watch to Honor Their Relationship with the Movie Maker James Cameron

Rolex Launches a Special Deepsea D-Blue Dial Watch to Honor Their Relationship with the Movie Maker James Cameron

James Cameron is a movie director who created some of the most successful movies of our times. Avatar, the latest offering from him that arrived a few years back is a true reminder of his genius. He is an explorer ...

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The Legendary Rolex Albino Daytona Ref. 6263

The Legendary Rolex Albino Daytona Ref. 6263

When it comes to high end watches, Rolex is a name that has a special place in horology. There are many Rolex watches that are cherished even half a century or more after they arrived in to the market. Some of these vintage models are still fetching premium prices in used markets. Rolex watches with a history of association with any celebrity are known to sell for atrociously high prices in auctions.

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The New Rolex Day-Date with Yellow, Everrose and White Colored Dials

The New Rolex Day-Date with Yellow, Everrose and White Colored Dials

Rolex watches always create waves at Basel World watch and jewelry show. The story was the same in this year too. They unveiled the GMT-Master, Cosmograph Daytona and the new line of Day-Dates at the event. The Day-Dates from Rolex Watches have been around for a while now. But, they never came out with leather straps or colored dials before. At Basel World 2013, Rolex watches offered you a chance to own this never before seen combination.

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Rolex Watches Comes up with the 50th Anniversary Special Cosmograph Daytona in Platinum

Rolex Watches Comes up with the 50th Anniversary Special Cosmograph Daytona in Platinum

The Daytona is the ultimate choice for the hardcore fans of Rolex watches. The only other luxury watch that comes close to this in stature is the Submariner. Horologists were expecting a really unique entry at the Basel World 2013 due to the 50th anniversary of the most sacred model from Rolex watches. Most of these people were expecting a watch made of stainless steel. Knowing the history and aesthetics followed by the world famous watchmaker, this is a very reasonable expectation. But, Rolex once again proved that you cannot completely figure out what they are going to come up with in the future. They surprised their ardent fans with the introduction of a platinum watch.

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Rolex Submariner Reference 6205 From 1954

Rolex Submariner Reference 6205 From 1954

It was in the year 1953 that Rolex started working on their very first line of diver’s watches. They named the collection Oyster Perpetual and came up with a variety of watches under it. The very first Submariner watch was launched at the Swiss Watch Fair conducted in the year 1954. Initially, they came out with watches that can withstand water pressure up to 100 meters depth. Later they came up with much more improved technology and the resultant water resistance that was as high as 300 meters, which is the equivalent of 1000 feet.

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