Rolex

Classic Dress Watches from Classic Brands A dress watch is a staple in any collection. It’s a safe bet for everyday wear in business settings. It’s also an essential

Beginnings in Geneva: Trading in Jewels for Timepieces Today we know Switzerland as the mecca of watchmaking with Geneva being one of its most important watchmaking cities. Before Geneva

Watches that Gain Value in the Pre-Owned Market As leaders in the pre-owned market, one of the top questions we get is about the value of timepieces. Which watches

The Often Overlooked Rolex Turn-O-Graph Rolex’s Datejust Turn-O-Graph is a model that fans often overlook in the brand’s rich history. Watches like Submariner tend to get a lot of

Changes in Bezel Preferences in the Watch Industry Advancements in technology have inevitably driven the progress of modern watchmaking. These new tools and discoveries have allowed both the function

Insight into a Rolex Reference Number For die-hard Rolex fans, the appeal of a certain model isn’t just about the dial color or type of strap. The reference number

Close Brands, Closer Competition The legendary Hans Wilsdorf established Rolex in 1905. When he founded Tudor just over 40 years later in 1946, fans immediately put the two brands

The Best of Rolex Bracelets The bracelet is quite possibly one of the most overlooked aspects of a timepiece. Sure, the case, dial, and bezel are the star of

Rolex Submariner vs. Tudor Submariner: A Comparison of Similar Models Since Hans Wilsdorf created Tudor in 1946, people have compared the brand to their parent company, Rolex. For decades,

An Early Calling to the Watch Industry Today, we know Hans Wilsdorf as the father of two of the greatest watchmakers of all time: Rolex and Tudor. But before

TAG Heuer vs. Rolex TAG Heuer and Rolex are two very different brands who produce very different timepieces. However, even with their unique approaches to watchmaking, they may have

Our Top Watch Picks for the Fall The days are getting a bit shorter, while the nights are getting a bit cooler. Kids are groaning because school’s back in

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