Up Close And Personal With The 2023 Rolex ‘Le Mans’ Daytona Ref. 126529LN
The watch world freaked out upon its release last month at the 100th running of Le Mans. Now we've seen it in real life, and we have thoughts.
Originally posted by Danny Milton on
What’s The Deal With ‘Albino’ Rolex Dials?
A first-of-its-kind white Explorer 1016 is set to be auctioned this week – here's the fact and the fiction behind these ridiculously rare vintage Rolex dials.
Originally published by Anthony Traina on Hodinkee, May 8th 2023
Close your eyes and picture
In-Depth: The Past, Present, And Future Of The Rolex Milgauss
Rolex discontinuing the modern Milgauss. An auction record for a vintage version. It's time to ask: What in the world is up with the 'scientist's watch'?
Originally published by Anthony Traina on Hodinkee, June 13th 2023
In-Depth: Examining Value And Price Over Time With The ‘No Date’ Rolex Submariner
We now have a decade behind us of modern price history – let's dig into it.
Originally published by Danny Milton on Hodinkee, June 7th 2023
Say you walk into a watch shop in 1967
Reference Points: Understanding The Rolex GMT-Master
Unpacking the world's most famous travel watch.
Originally published by Jon Bues on Hodinkee, March 31st 2020
One of the crowning achievements of humankind in the last century was the mastery of flight. When the Wright Brothers launched their Flyer into the
Watching Movies: Paul Newman Wears A Different Kind Of Rolex In 'The Color of Money'
He makes the Datejust look cooler than cool in our watch-related movie of the week.
Originally published by Danny Milton on Hodinkee, September 24th, 2021
Some time in 1986, Martin Scorsese received a
Reference Points: Understanding The Rolex Sea-Dweller
Everything you ever wanted to know about the most advanced Rolex tool watch in the world.
Originally published by Louis Westphalen on Hodinkee, November 9th 2017
The Sea-Dweller is definitely not the best-known Rolex watch. It sits far behind the everlasting Datejust,
This thing is improved in just about every way. What's everyone complaining about?
Originally published by Danny Milton on Hodinkee, April 9th 2021
Rolex doesn't do homage, and you certainly can't categorize any of their watches as heritage pieces. That sort of thing is left to Tudor.
A Comprehensive Collector's Guide To The Rolex Explorer I
Mapping the ascent of Rolex's go-anywhere watch.
Originally published by Jon Bues on Hodinkee, February 4th 2022
With its three-hand simplicity and discreetly wearable size, the Rolex Explorer is, more than any of the Crown's sport watches, the one
This Article is part of a series written by editors of Hodinkee.com. This Article was written by: Tony Traina.
The modern Rolex Submariner references 16610, 116610, and 126610 share a common lineage, with subtle differences that illustrate the model’s evolution. Here’s how to tell them apart.