Protected by 14 patents and launched in 2012, the Rolex Sky-Dweller was designed for the global traveler with extraordinary taste. It is the first Rolex with a dual time-zone display and an annual calendar, boasting an all-new 9001 automatic movement.
The 42mm Sky-Dweller is currently available only in 18 ct yellow, white, or Everose gold and your choice of an Oyster bracelet or leather strap.
The Rolex Day-Date has long been synonymous with power and success since its launch in 1956, acknowledged by Rolex itself as its most prestigious model. Until 2015, there has been little changes to the design throughout the decades and only one update to the mechanical movement. Continue Reading
The Rolex Day-Date was first introduced in 1956 and was the first wristwatch to display both the date and the day. Referring to the new bracelet created just for the Day-Date, the President received its nickname when Rolex gifted this watch to U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower.Continue Reading
The Championships, Wimbledon is the oldest and one of the most prestigious tennis tournaments in the world. First held in 1877, The Championships are led by The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club Limited once a year and today require a staff of around 6,000 people to pull off some of the most anticipated weeks all year. Continue Reading
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!
Chris and Jordan over at Watch Chest share their thoughts on the traditional style Rolex Submariner Date 16610. They give a little insight from first-hand experience to help guide men and women considering the Submariner. Thinking about starting or adding to your Rolex collection with the Submariner Date in stainless steel? Check out the video!
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?
So one day I asked Glenn for the number one tip — asking him to name the single thing — a Rolex owner could do to take care of their watch. No special knowledge required. Continue Reading