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Monthly Archives: February 2013

  • Your First Rolex: Choices, Choices!

    February 5, 2013
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    Your First Rolex: Choices, Choices!

    So you’ve been bitten by the bug, huh? You’re looking at Rolex watches and you want one…but which one, right? Relax and take a deep breath—we’ve all been there. Pull up a chair and kick off your shoes, you’re among friends. Let’s talk watches.

  • Why Only Accurate Watches Are Interesting

    February 4, 2013
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    Why Only Accurate Watches Are Interesting

    It will probably come as a surprise to some regular readers of this blog to hear me say it, but I don’t really believe it was the Tool Watch that entirely made the Rolex reputation. They played a crucial role to be sure, but it was something that came before that line of professional watches that truly established Rolex as an innovator in the field.

  • Why I Love My Vintage Reference 1680 Rolex Submariner

    February 3, 2013
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    Why I Love My Vintage Reference 1680 Rolex Submariner

    Let’s face it, everybody isn’t into vintage. Some of us just naturally gravitate to older examples of collectibles for any number of reasons.

  • Which Rolex Is Easiest to Resell?

    February 2, 2013
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    Which Rolex Is Easiest to Resell?

    A common question on the watch forums is which Rolex holds its value the best, and or provides the safest bet in terms of a quick sale if the owner wants or needs to sell the watch. A quick perusal of WTS(Want to Sell) and WTB(Want to Buy) ads on the forums is a clue. The watches that seem to sell the fastest, and in the most demand, are the…drum roll, please…stainless steel Rolex Submariners.

  • What’s a Rolex Oyster? Part Two

    February 1, 2013
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    What’s a Rolex Oyster? Part Two

    In the first part of this series on the Rolex Oyster, we looked at how it was the first successful waterproof watch and how it came to be developed. In the 1920s when it was patented it was the ONLY waterproof wristwatch in the world, and could truly be called the first modern watch.

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