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Summer is here and it’s time to take advantage of the weather. There’s a lot of talk about how well watches can stand adverse conditions. In fact, it’s

You bought your first Rolex. Congratulations! Now that it's officially yours, it's important to know how to use it correctly. Winding and adjusting your Rolex watch doesn't require any

As a watch owner, one of your responsibilities is caring for your watch. Repairing a broken watch can be quite costly. Luckily, maintaining your watch is relatively easy

Every guy needs at least one nice watch. Even those who eschew mechanical watches as outdated technology can appreciate having a watch for special occasions. And if they can't,

Replacing a watch bracelet can completely change the look of your watch. If you want to go more casual, replace the bracelet with a rubber or NATO strap.

Everyone should own at least one quality watch. But you might have a problem: you're on a very tight budget. That's understandable—not everyone can afford to just drop

So you want to start a watch collection. We say go for it. But what's going to be your first watch, the one you look back at and think,

A real Rolex enthusiast will wear their watch every single day, no matter the weather or the occasion. It makes sense. So much time, research, and money went

Rolex watches have withstood the depths of the deepest oceans and the summits of the highest mountains. To ensure their watches can perform accurately under any circumstances, Rolex

If you didn’t notice already, we’re big advocates of properly taking care of your watch. And sometimes (read: always), that means making an investment in your investment. So

To own a Rolex watch is to own a status symbol. Associated with luxury and prestige, the Rolex watch’s high quality, tried-and-true design means that it holds its

Luxury watches come with a variety of numbers associated with them on the paperwork, case back, chronometer certificate etc., but which numbers are really significant? We are often