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How to Remove Links From Rolex Jubilee Bracelet

Rolex Jubilee bracelet

Rolex’s Jubilee bracelet is known all over the world for its iconic design, and it is replicated and imitated by a number of watch brands due to its comfortable fit and stylish look.

The Jubilee bracelet goes well for all occasions, but as with all watches, it is important that you have set your Jubilee bracelet to perfection so that fit sits comfortably. Having your watch too tight or too loose can harm your experience and make you appreciate your Rolex less. But maybe most importantly is that it can damage your wrist or even cause blisters if you don’t have an appropriately sized bracelet.

There are several ways to change the size of your Rolex bracelet, and this depends on which bracelet you have. Rolex has several bracelets from its watches depending on the model and the purpose of the watch.

The Jubilee bracelet was released in 1945 and came fitted on the first Datejust watch made by Rolex. The first Datejust was released to commemorate Rolex’s 40th anniversary, thus giving the Jubilee bracelet its name.

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How to Adjust Your Rolex Bracelet Clasp

Rolex Submariner clasp

Want to learn how to adjust the clasp on your Rolex watch?

Are you looking to adjust your Rolex bracelet clasp?

When you wear a wristwatch, it’s important that it sits comfortably on your wrist.

There are several types of bracelets on Rolex watches, and equally so, there are different Rolex claps. As such, there are different ways that you adjust your Rolex bracelet clasp on.

In this article, however, we’ll focus on Rolex’s Oyster clasp and how you can adjust that, but also share some other helpful and additional tips.

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How Often Should You Service Your Rolex? The Definite Answer!

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Not sure how often you should service your Rolex?

Keep reading.

When people who aren’t too familiar with watches hear about Rolex, they usually think of a mechanical watch with an iconic sweeping hand that is powered when you shake your wrist.

And you would be correct to think that. Most Rolex watches use a mechanical movement, however, there are Quartz watches made by Rolex, and you can learn more about the Rolex OysterQuartz here.

But no matter if it’s a mechanical or quartz watch, the movement will need a service every once in a while. But how often should you service your Rolex?

And are there any signs that tell you that your watch is in need of a service or if it’s fit for fight many years to come? What about old watches that haven’t been serviced for 20 years and still runs well? 

In this article, you’ll learn how often you should service your Rolex watch and what the tells are that you need to.

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How to Find the Rolex Serial Number

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All Rolex watches are made with a serial number.

The serial number of a Rolex is like a personal identification number, individual to a specific timepiece.

This unique way to identify the timepiece is the Serial Number and the model. 

Your watch’s serial number can give you great information about your Rolex timepiece which can be valuable to have.

In this article, we’ll share with you how to find Rolex serial number, but also what this serial number means, and what you can do with it.

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How to Spot a Fake Rolex: The Ultimate Guide (with Infographic)

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Rolex is the most well-known luxury brand in the world. It has established an enormously powerful brand, and if you ask 14-year olds or seventy-year-olds if they can mention a luxury watch brand, most of them will say Rolex.

Known for its precision timepieces, and for being a reliable piece of jewelry which keeps ticking generation after generation, Rolex has become the ultimate symbol of success and luxury.

Unfortunately, though, Rolex’s immense popularity has also made it the most replicated watch brand in the world.

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How to Adjust Your Rolex Jubilee Bracelet

Rolex Jubilee bracelet

Are you looking to adjust your Rolex Jubilee bracelet?

The Rolex jubilee bracelet is not the most common bracelet of Rolex watches, with the Oyster bracelet being the most common, but the jubilee bracelet is a popular alternative for making watches neater and less robust.

As with all watches, you want your Rolex Jubilee bracelet watch to set perfect on your wrist. Not too tight, not too loose.

But is there a way to adjust Rolex Jubilee bracelet?

The good news is yes, and that’s exactly what we’ll share with you in this article.

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How To Adjust Rolex Glidelock Clasp

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Wearing a Rolex is a special sense of occasion, as it means you’re wearing a piece of fine craftsmanship on your wrist, carefully handmade, and which has taken years and years to develop. But when wearing your Rolex watch, you want it to sit comfortably on your wrist, and not be too tight or too loose.

Everyone has different preferences when it comes to wearing a watch, and also, temperatures can affect how your watch sits on your wrist. In certain temperatures, your watch might sit perfectly on your wrist, and your Rolex bracelet is a perfect fit, but in other, it might become tight and uncomfortable.

When you buy your Rolex watch, you set your bracelet’s size by removing links from the bracelet to make sure that it sits perfectly on your wrist. But when you remove or add links, you cannot make tiny adjustments to your watches size, and this is why, sometimes, with temperatures and for some people, the size of the bracelet needs adjusting.

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How to Change Date on Rolex Submariner

Rolex Submariner

Want to change date on your Rolex Submariner?

There are two modern versions of the Rolex Submariner, and then two a number of different variations, such as metal type and gemstones. The two versions are the Rolex Submariner no-date, and the other is the Rolex Submariner Date model.

Of course, the no-date version has no date feature, and thus, you can only change date on the Rolex date Submariner models, which exist in both the newer version Submariners and the older Submariner model.

With Rolex’s constant innovation and development, Rolex has made it easy and effortless to change date on Rolex Submariner.

This is how you do it:

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Are Tudor Watches Made by Rolex? Here’s the Answer!

Are Tudor watches made by Rolex

Are Tudor Watches Still Made by Rolex?

There’s a lot of confusion about Rolex and Tudor and their relationship. Most people know that these brands are closely associated with each other, but not quite sure how far that association stretches today.

It’s no secret that Tudor and Rolex aren’t completely far from each other, but does this mean that Tudor waters are made by Rolex?

If you’re here, you know that back in the days, Rolex made the Tudor watches, but a lot has happened since the Tudor brand was founded, and that’s exactly what we’re going to look at today.

Are Tudor watches still made by Rolex? And what is the relationship between Tudor watches and Rolex today?

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Your Complete Guide To The Rolex OysterQuartz

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The Rolex Oysterquartz is a very special collection in the Rolex family. Despite the fact that the look of the OysterQuartz is very unusual and outstanding when comparing to other Rolex models, the watch uses a quartz movement that powers the watch.

The watch was first introduced in 1976 and the movement took Rolex 5 years to develop. The Oysterquartz was revolutionary, the precision was better than before, and the movement was the future they believed.

The Oysterquartz was only available in the Datejust version or as a Day-Date in both white and yellow gold. The production lasted for 25 years, and during this time only 25.000 examples were made is speculated, which actually makes the Oysterquartz a rare watch that you don’t come over every day. Back in 1970 and 1980 quartz watches was the new thing and almost every brand started to make quartz watches. Even such a big company as Audemars Piguet had a 97% production of quartz watches.

Even though the watch was believed to be the future, Rolex stopped the production of the Oysterquartz in 2001 and could be seen in the Rolex catalog until 2003. How could such a prestige and luxurious company sell watches powered by a battery?

Here are some interesting facts about the Rolex OysterQuartz.

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