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Watchuseek Rolex

Posted by on May 6, 2014 – 05:41 am

Watchuseek Rolex

Omega Planet Ocean vs. Rolex Sea Dweller Rolex and Omega are probably two of the most often compared mid-range luxury watch brands today. Many consider both the Omega Planet Ocean and Rolex Sea Dweller as arguably the ultimate divers tool watches available on the market today and heads and shoulders above the rest of the competition. Since Im fortunate enough to own both, I thought it might be a worthwhile endeavor to do a comparison between the two. A short disclaimer: Id like to state that while Im trying to be as objective as possible, it is…

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Where are Rolex Watches made?

Posted by on February 11, 2014 – 08:11 am

Where are Rolex Watches made?

How many car dealerships are there in your area? How many car salesman? How many companies that sell copiers? How many individuals that sell copiers? You re right, that if everyone was participating, it wouldn t work. However, that is the same with any business. If everyone made and sold watches, there would be no market for Rolex. Competition drives out those cannot compete--it s simple market forces. This applies to the product as well. Take health discount plans, as you mentioned. 7 in 10 people do not have healthcare in this country--that s…

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Royal Watches Rolex Daytona

Posted by on May 15, 2014 – 11:42 am

Royal Watches Rolex Daytona

When the first Royal Oak was introduced in 1972, nobody could have guessed how popular the design would be in the 21st century. Based on that original design, introduced the Royal Oak Offshore collection 20 years after the first Royal Oak. At least here in The Netherlands, the Royal Oak Offshore is very popular and in my humble opinion, it is one of the watches that caused the end of the hype around the stainless steel Rolex Daytona (given the fact that it is widely available again and that they are going for list price). However, given the fact…

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