Initially, Rolex was reluctant to enter the quartz watch market that was all the craze in the 1970s. But they did and those who owned the Rolex Quartz Date loved the modern look and feel of it with its angular-shaped case and new sapphire crystal.
The Quartz Date was replaced with the Rolex Oysterquartz available in stainless steel, two-tone and solid gold. And though production of these models has ceased, they remain highly valued in the Rolex market.
The era of the Rolex quartz watch ended in 2001. But if you have a love for this line of luxury watches, there are ways in which you can own one. Check out our impressive selection of Used Rolex Oysterquartz watches. We offer a wide range of pre-owned Rolex Oysterquartz watches that are affordable and come with our lifetime trade-up guarantee.