Important Parts of a Rolex Watch: The Movements

Welcome to our new Important Parts of a Rolex Watch series where we’ll be diving deep into what makes a Rolex a Rolex. While that Aristotle adage, “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts” still rings true, when the parts are as fantastic as Rolex ones, they are worth a closer look! […]

Tool Watch Time: Rolex Watches for Diving

Rolex’s claim to fame goes as far back as 1926 when the company unveiled the first truly waterproof and dustproof watch, dubbed the Oyster. Thanks to its screw-down caseback and screw-down winding crown fitted with rubber gaskets, the Rolex Oyster watch achieved a level of water resistance never before seen in the watch world. In […]

Quick Comparison Guide: Stainless Steel Rolex Datejust 16200, 16234, 16264, 116200, 116234, 116264

Due to its long manufacturing run, there is a very large range of stainless steel Rolex Datejust watches available. However, if you’re in the market for one but are unsure of all the differences between the different models Rolex made available throughout the years, read our comprehensive comparison guide for stainless steel Rolex Datejust watches […]

What Goes into a Rolex?

If you take a stroll west through downtown Geneva, cross the River Arve (by the ornate Pont Hans-Wilsdorf), dead ahead you will not be able to miss the colossal expanse of green glass that is Rolex’s Les Acacias World Headquarters. Built in 1965 and updated twice in the early 2000s, when CEO Patrick Heiniger condensed […]

12 things people do not know about Rolex

The 12 Top Fascinating Things To Know About Rolex. There are a few tidbits about Rolex that typically do not come up in conversation. Here are 12 things to know about Rolex that has helped set them apart and drive the Company to success. 1. GMT and Explorer II Rolex’s can work as a compass […]