The Rolex Submariner, Deepsea, and Sea-Dweller’s unidirectional rotatable bezel featured on each of these models allows the wearer to measure an elapsed amount of time, whether you are timing something or monitoring your oxygen levels during a scuba dive. Follow the directions in these 7 photos to learn how to easily use this handy feature. If you have time for a video, visit our YouTube channel to watch this quick how-to!
Understanding that things such as climate or clothing can effect the comfort of wearing your watch, Rolex designed the Easylink Comfort Extension Link for some bracelet models such as the Datejust, Daytona, Explorer II, Milgauss, and the Date.
Rolex designed the Easylink Comfort Extension Link to allow you to adjust the length of your bracelet by 5 mm without the use of tools. Learn how by viewing this step-by-step gallery, or watch this instructional video on Watch Chest’s YouTube channel!
The Glidelock Fine-Adjustment System is a new feature designed by Rolex to allow you to quickly adjust the bracelet size of your Submariner (by 20mm), Deepsea, or SeaDweller (up to 26mm).
Review the slideshow for step-by-step instructions on how to adjust the Glidelock clasp, or view this instructional video on the Watch Chest YouTube channel!
In a previous post I shared a series of photos on how to wash and clean your all-metal Rolex watch. But better than that? A video! Watch this quick instructional video on how to safely clean your Rolex.
One of the most important things you as a Rolex owner can do to extend the life of your Rolex at home is to clean it often. We’ve included 19 images showing you how to wash your all-metal models to keep it looking beautiful!
You can find the Rolex Day-Date President 118238 featured in this post here at watchchest.com!
If you are buying a Rolex or any type of other luxury timepiece from an independent watch dealer that you haven’t worked with before, your first question is probably going to be, “but how do I know it’s real?”
It’s a great question but perhaps not exactly the right one. I know that purchasing an item such as this online can be daunting if you are new to Rolex; and if that’s the case, even if you were able to come to the store and hold the watch in your hand — let’s be honest — you probably still wouldn’t know what to look for to determine if it is authentic or not. People buy aftermarket Rolex all the time in brick and mortar stores, even after holding inspecting it for themselves.
Growing up around and working in an office with a watch service center makes it easy for me to be out of touch with reality in regards to how I care for my watch. I’m always mindful of its care, constantly wash it, and if I ever needed something I was able to talk to Glenn, Watch Chest’s in-house watchmaker, and he would look at it immediately.
He would always give me props on how well I wear a watch. But what if I had not grown up around it?