As far as watchmakers go, Rolex has certainly made a name for themselves as a manufacture of fine automatic mechanical movements. Self-winding Rolex Oyster Perpetual movements are prized—among other things—for their reliability, robustness, and serviceability. However, unbeknownst to some, tucked away in the Rolex archives are a few quartz models. An important piece of both Rolex heritage, as well as horological history at large, the Oysterquartz gives us a glimpse of how Rolex handled the Quartz Crisis that almost toppled the Swiss watch industry. Intrigued? Read on to discover the evolution of these Rolex quartz watches.