Category: Rolex


Luxury watches for men From New York Auction In Winter

Although the feeling has now been going on for some time, the last leg of the auction season is imminent, after Geneva and Hong Kong we end up in New York. This week, we look at the New York Christie auction house provides, whether with the other two giants to see the capital.


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This is one of the important Tudor Submariners to own. The Ref. 7924, dubbed the ‘Big Crown’, due to its large 8mm crown and similar to its big brother, the Rolex Submariner 6538. New to this model when released in 1958, was the increased depth rating, doubling that of its predecessor and also sporting a thicker case. The no crown guard look for a tool watch, with its simplicity and symmetry is a look that is admired by many collectors. I tend to agree that there is certainly a purity with Rolex/Tudor swiss sports watch models without crown guards, both in its design and primitive functionality. read more


A Review Of Rolex Deep-Sea Challenge Mens Watch

Nearly a century, rolex has been in manufacturing the most advanced watches. It established a reputation around the world, not only make reliable luxury watches, but also to establish accurate and attractive watch. The brand has received many awards and certificates throughout the years for its impressive collections. Rolex makes timepiece that range from small to over-sized ones such as the Rolex Deep-Sea Challenge watch. Whether for air or deep sea, Rolex has been making functional and durable watches for aviators, divers, and everyone else in between for years. read more

iW Contributor Alex Lee Share His Watch Collection by Remembering Her Father Passed a Rolex Datejust to Him

Business Development Manager and iW contributor Alex Lee sports an IWC chronograph and shares his watch collecting inception by remembering the time his father passed a Rolex Datejust on to the next generation.

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Reviewing Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust 41

The new model, the Oyster Perpetual Datejust 41 comes in a variety of options, allowing the wearer to customize materials, the bezel and bracelet. The Rolex Datejust is not just a passing trend in horology, but a true style. This model has transcended time thanks to its aesthetics and functions.

The watch features a striking champagne dial, with hour markers made from 18 carat gold to prevent tarnishing. The watch is placed on a two-toned Jubilee bracelet. The bracelet is a comfortable five-piece link metal bracelet and was designed for the launch of the Oyster Perpetual Datejust in 1945. read more

Enjoy The Water-Friendly Watches

If you find yourself on the seas—perhaps in a regatta—while celebrating this holiday weekend, known as the unofficial start of summer, don’t forget to take an appropriate timepiece. There is a plethora from which to choose and here’s a smattering of water-worthy watches that will keep you on time. read more

Heritage Prepares Rolex, A. Lange Söhne, Patek Philippe Timepieces for Auction

Heritage Auctions estimates that this Rolex will sell for more than $100,000. By May 20 the watch had already been bid to $25,000 in the pre-live-auction period online at the auction house’s website: A rare 1966 Rolex Ref. 6239 “Paul Newman” Cosmograph Daytona wristwatch is the principle enticement to collectors from Heritage Auctions this Thursday, May 26, in its Watches & Fine Timepieces Signature Auction to be held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York. read more

Tell You Five Favorite Lots from the Phillips May 14 START-STOP-RESET Steel Chronographs Auction

Now, I’ve got a real soft spot for vintage chronographs. My very modest collections includes things like a Heuer Daytona, a Chronographe Suisse, and a well-traveled Tissot Seastar, though things like an Omega Flightmaster and Heuer Silverstone have been on my wants list for longer than I can remember. Phillips has two monster watch auctions coming up in Geneva this Friday and Saturday — one being a general assortment of highly collectible timepieces, and the other (and most interesting) a brilliantly curated set of vintage chronographs specifically made of stainless steel. read more

Geneva Top Lots from the May 16 Christie’s Rare Watches Auction

This time around, my inner collector geek faced an even greater challenge. This is not a theme-driven auction, nor does it revolve around any particular brand, era, or genre of any sort. Instead I came face to face and caseback to wrist with some seriously rare pieces of hardware to be left with the same mighty question of what got my heart beating and palms sweating. This time around, there are a couple extra notable pieces that require a mention before we move on to my personal hit list. With barely enough time to clear my head of all the grand steel chronographs on the block at the Phillips Start, Stop, Reset auction this weekend, I soldiered on to yet another important auction preview with the folks from Christie’s. read more

Jaeger-LeCoultre Grande Reverso Ultra Thin Duoface Pink Gold

Those who’ve met me, and those who’ve stumbled across my Instagram account, know that I’m by no means a traditional watch guy. If it’s bold, obscure, colorful, or simply any shade of weird, I’m typically into it so long as it’s well executed and not the size of a dinner plate. I don’t lust after an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak A-Series, nor do I long for a black dial Rolex Submariner. Before I can begin waxing poetic about my time with one of no less than 81 current Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso models available, there are a few qualifiers that need to be laid out. read more