...but hopefully it won't take as long as a Daytona, or Pepsi, etc.. It is HUGE and obviously unnecessary in our daily lives, but again, I love it every time I wear it! And the newer version is even nicer, in my opinion ;-) Here's for comparison, on my Ko
...received the word last week that the white face SS Daytona I ordered nine months ago has arrived. Not for me, alas, but for my son for a birthday present. No pix. But keep waiting...there is still hope!
I’m like you, all I could say to help is look carefully and try the bracelet on each Rolex you’d like to fit it, before buying it In my experience on older cases the super jubilee should fit almost everything from the Sub LV (great yours!!!) as well as Da
without success due to the fact Rolex decided on its latest iteration to move the holes in the lugs a little closer to the case... no way... funny thing is that my once trusted Officia AD told me in an assertive way, that putting a jubilee on a sport Role
This question has been growing on me for a long time now. The first Rolex I ever tried was a vintage GMT Master. Since then, I have only had 6 digit models, Submariner Ceramic green and black, Milgauss, Sea Dweller, Daytona Ceramic and the last one GMT "b
When I purchased this Daytona in 2007 new from the AD I gave it a preference to the SS version due to its solid weight and its dial. Over the years I have started to dislike the weight (too heavy now for a days work) but I still like the dial. However, I