If you’re just starting out with Rolex collecting the Rolex 5513 and the Rolex 1675 are the base case and your cornerstone to start your collection. Basically taking these two models with Matt Dilals you will be in a great place to your starter collection
One of my watches which rarely sees the light is this Rolex 5513 Submariner, from II 1967. The competition is hard, between my Explorers, GMT MASTERs, and Tudor Submariner 7924, without forgetting some of my more recent Rolex, such as the Milgauss, the Da
Hello all - I'm by no means a Rolex aficionado, so I'm turning to you, dear Rolex Guru's, for a little purchasing advice. My wife has a mile-marker birthday coming up, and is thinking about purchasing a new watch to help celebrate the occasion. She's alre
I read somewhere tonight that the new Air King is basically the same watch as the Milgauss, with a few obvious differences, but the article said the Air King is also anti-magnetic like the Milgauss. Any truth to this??
Among sea shells. My favorite Big Crown, Rolex Submariner 6200 apart. A true character. The kind of watch which always bring a smile on the wrist. At the beach, or at work, its place is everywhere. A Classic among Classics, an icon. Best, Nicolas
The original, and the Grand Son. Rolex 6542. Tudor Black Bay GMT: Ok, the case of the Tudor is thicker and bigger, the insert is made in aluminium rather than the bakelite of the mother of all GMT MASTER, the indices are circles on the Tudor, and the crow