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Rolex Submariner watch Snob

Posted by on October 5, 2013 – 07:10 am

Rolex Submariner watch Snob

Is the most powerful watch brand in the world. That does not mean Rolex watches are the best, or that they are worth the most. Rather that the brand itself has the highest value. It does this through a combination of working with incredibly fancy marketing firms such as M. Booth & Associates, in addition to its in-house peopleand by having pretty nice looking watches. The secret Rolex formula has been attempted to be replicated on many occasions, but without success. However, on an dollar for dollar measurement, Rolex outspends its competitors…

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Winding Rolex Submariner watch

Posted by on October 26, 2013 – 01:51 pm

Winding Rolex Submariner watch

Oyster Perpetual (No Date) Pos. 1 – Wearing position: Fully screwed-down crown. In this position the watch is sealed tight providing full protection for the movement. The watch is ready to be worn. Pos. 2 – Hand winding position: Crown unscrewed counterclockwise to the point where it is free of the screw threads. In this position the watch is ready for manual hand winding by turning the crown clockwise pproximately 40 full times. If the watch has not been worn for 1 or 2 days, it will be necessary to rewind the watch in order to fully charge the…

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Rolex Submariner Watches Sale

Posted by on February 20, 2014 – 06:11 am

Rolex Submariner Watches Sale

(Genuine 16613) The Rolex Submariner is by far the most sought after and popular watch on the market. It is because of this that they are also the most counterfeited. The fakes of today are much better than they have ever been with the help of lasers, CNC computer cutting machines, better printing and scanning methods, and better materials. Most decent made fakes sell for about $100-$300 and are actually pretty decent watches. I have owned many of them and the stainless steel versions (16610) are very convincing however no one wants to pay $3 for…

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Rolex Submariner watch Strap

Posted by on May 6, 2014 – 08:05 am

Rolex Submariner watch Strap

Rolex is not a brand known for producing a lot of models and changing them often. Like Apple, Rolex strategically offers a narrow, premium product line, and press and Rolex fans eagerly line up every year at Baselworld to see what novelties the brand will bestow upon them. There are never many, so each one is special. For a brand whose portfolio features so many iconic timepieces, even minor modifications can become dramatic events to collectors. From 1989 until 2012, Rolex produced a no-date Submariner reference 14060 (1989-1) and 14060M (1-2012)…

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Rolex Submariner watch Band

Posted by on March 28, 2014 – 07:58 am

Rolex Submariner watch Band

Many companies offer watch bands and straps for Panerai, Rolex and other timepieces. Choosing a strap for Rolex in the past has always been limited to leather bands and Nato straps, with a few low end rubber options as well. Panerai watches are often accompanied by the OEM Panerai rubber strap which is sturdy and sporty (shown below). The creators at Rubber B have dramatically expanded the limited watchband scope by approaching Rolex and Panerai watches from a micro-calibration standpoint. In 2010, they created the first ever rubber strap which…

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Rolex Watches Submariner Date

Posted by on November 7, 2013 – 09:51 am

Rolex Watches Submariner Date

The 16610 model of Submariner Date was discontinued in favor of the 116610 model Submariner Date, which is often referred to by its most notable feature as the ceramic bezel Submariner. So when discussing features, we should start with the bezel. This is the most exciting and visually accessible difference between the two models. The ceramic bezel (officially Cerachrom) insert is certainly interesting as a material. It is for most purposes scratch-proof unlike the 16610 aluminum inserts. I say ‘for most purposes’ because if you hit it hard enough…

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