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Rolex

Rolex is king of the luxury watch brands, producing 2,000 pieces daily from its manufactories in Biel/Bienne. But its iconic crown logo represents more than just accuracy and privilege. The company’s commitment to innovation and experimentation is the reason it has cemented its status as horological royalty: a commitment that has seen Rolex luxury watches tested in real-world environments from CERN to the Challenger Deep.

Rolex Watches for Sale

Rolex

Sea-Dweller 4000

OW502119
£8,395
Rolex

Datejust 41

OW502099
£7,995
Rolex

Sky-Dweller

OW502095
POA
Rolex

Day-Date

OW502092
£20,595
Rolex

GMT Master II "ROOT BEER"

OW502088
£14,495
Rolex

GMT-Master II

OW502089
£8,295
Rolex

Day-Date

OW502054
£17,995
Rolex

Rolex can lay claim to a number of significant watchmaking firsts, including the first waterproof watch in the world (the 1926 Oyster), the first automatic date-change (the Datejust) and the first Chronometer-certified wristwatch. Rolex’s most famous models - the Daytona, Submariner and Oyster Perpetual - are among the most sought-after timepieces in the world.

Say what you like about Rolex - its luxury watches are barely ever released in limited runs, its mechanised assembly process takes the history out of haute horlogerie - but you can’t deny the brand’s success. Where other luxury watch manufacturers create complicated timepieces for a small and discerning clientele, Rolex turns out nearly three quarters of a million spectacularly engineered watches every year. And its fans are legion.

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