Entry-Level is an interesting term when it comes to luxury goods. For example, an “entry-level” car like a Honda, Toyota, or Nissan is much different from an “entry-level”

Today, it’s hard to watch golf, or any sport, without seeing a watch brand’s name somewhere on the venue or advertising connected to the game. That’s in addition

Video Transcription All right let's do this. What you need to know before picking a Submariner: take one. So here we go another video on the Submariner, but before

Video Transcription The Rolex Submariner is a watch we talk about a lot, and for good reason. It's the watch that most watches are compared to. But that can

The Rolex Daytona: A Collector’s Timepiece The Daytona instantly became a staple of the Rolex catalog when it debuted in 1963. Over the years, the collection has notched some

Video Transcription The Rolex Explorer is often overlooked when compared to its flashier siblings like the Submariner and the Daytona, but it's every bit of a Rolex sport watch.

Evolution of Rolex’s Proprietary Materials Experimentation with new materials has always been a part of the watch industry. In the past, it was necessary to further the evolution of

Rolex has been a leader in the watch industry since the early days of the company. One of their first achievements came all the way back in 1910.

Video Transcription When people think of a luxury watch they often think Rolex and then they think, "There's no way I could ever own one!" But there are some

Being a watch guy involves not only collecting* watches (* - that’s a loaded word, but you get it) but also scouring the Internet on watch forums, Google

Origins of the Ring Lock System For more than four decades, the Sea-Dweller and Submariner served as Rolex’s collection of dive watches. While the Submariner continues to be a

Rolex’s history with military forces spans nearly a century. In that time, they’ve designed timepieces for a wide array of military groups. One of their most famous partnerships