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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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 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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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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Patek Philippe is known as one of the most exclusive and luxurious watchmakers in the world. Its watches are considered state-of-the-art, and to be truly the epitome of watchmaking. The watches of Patek Philippe are rare by nature, and for some models, you have to wait many years to get your hands on one.
Patek Philippe isn’t like most other luxury watch brands. Patek Philippe is the very best craftsmanship with an immense attention to detail and with a rich heritage of nothing but perfection. Due to their limited nature and restricted numbers, the demand for Patek watches is higher than ever, and collectors are prepared to pay hefty sums to get their ahold of them. The cost of Patek watches has skyrocketed, especially in recent years, and in this article, we share the top 37 most interesting facts about Patek Philippe that will help us better understand the heritage and history behind the immense success of Patek Philippe.
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Jaeger-LeCoultre is one of the most iconic luxury watch brands in the world. It’s not as famous as brands such as Omega and Rolex, but those who know their watches greatly value and appreciate the JLC brand due to their meticulous attention to detail, perfection, and beautiful lines.
The Lecoultre watch brand has a long and rich history, and wearing a JLC watch is not like owning a watch from any of the more common luxury watch brands.
JLC is a different watch company in the field of luxury watchmaking, unlike most of its competitors in Switzerland. Traditions and innovations are what makes the JLC watch brand so successful, and which has made it so successful over time.
A Jaeger-LeCoultre timepiece resembles style, exemplary taste, and sophistication.
In this article, we’re looking at the top 25 facts about Jaeger-LeCoultre
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Breitling is one of the top luxury watch companies in the world.
It’s iconic “B” logo with wings surrounding it is well-known, and closely associated with the world of aviation just like its history. It’s Chronomat and Navitimer models way well be some of the most well-known models coming out of Switzerland. Breitling has a long and interesting history which stretches far back to the 19th century. Let’s look at the facts about Breitling which can tell us a little about how Breitling has been shaped into what it is today.
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Tudor has appeared on the sky like a star in recent years, and reached tremendous success and gained huge popularity. Of course, the Tudor brand isn’t a new brand, but a brand with a long and rich history, almost as long as the iconic brand Rolex.
Tudor watches are today loved all over their world for their amazing designs and high-quality, but at a considerably lower cost than many of the world’s other luxury watch brands.
But since Tudor just recently because a major player in the watch industry, how much do you know about the brand?
In this article, we’re listing the top 28 most interesting facts about Tudor watches.
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