The Rolex Sea-Dweller is a true tool watch. It was designed specifically for diver’s and has every function that an avid diver would need. While not as popular as the Rolex Submariner, the Rolex Sea-Dweller is a highly regarded watch. There are several features of the Sea Dweller that set it apart from other Rolex … Continue reading Rolex Sea-Dweller, Some History.
As most of you surely know, the majority of watch makers don’t have their own in-house movements. They usually purchase their movements from ETA, Valjoux and other firms. This became exceptionally common after the advent and popularity of quartz driven watches. Everyone wanted a quartz watch for their unparalleled precision, reliability and dirt cheap pricing. … Continue reading Genuine ETA 2824-2 Swiss Watch Movement vs Japanese Miyota 8215 Replica Watch Movement
The Rolex GMT Master II is the first watch to develop a two-color ceramic bezel insert. The bezel insert utilizes Cerachrom technology; the insert is red on one half and blue on the other. The GMT is also available in a black and blue Cerachrom bezel, and the bracelet choices include stainless steel and yellow … Continue reading How to Care for a Rolex GMT Master II
Rolex introduced the GMT Master in 1955 to appeal to international pilots. In 2005, it launched the upgraded GMT Master II, an advanced version of the original. Users who travel long distances many times in a year consider this watch invaluable, because it shows the time in three different time zones. The watch features a … Continue reading How to Use a Rolex GMT Master II
Users like titanium watches because titanium is stronger than silver or stainless steel, yet it weighs less. Titanium also offers a different look because it is casts a darker color than the bright shine of silver and stainless steel. Because titanium is hypoallergenic, titanium watches appeal to users with sensitive skin. Titanium watches are a … Continue reading How to Remove Scratches from a Titanium Watch
Many people think of a Rolex watch as an investment. When someone invests in a Rolex, they won't lose much money on them because they can buy a Rolex today, and they can sell it for the same price 10 years later. If they are lucky, the Rolex they bought will become a collectible, and … Continue reading How to Spot a Genuine Rolex Watch
I. Introduction: Who Invented the Tourbillon, Why, When & Where ? The Tourbillon is a device used in watches & clocks to counteract the effects of gravity on the accuracy of watches. The word "tourbillon" means 'whirlwind' which describes the manner in which the balance wheel and escapement are rotated within the watch. The balance … Continue reading Tourbillon – Fact & Fiction
This is a guideline to assist in purchasing a wristwatch with minimum problems. I also added some common watch terms to help avoid confusion. Some of the following statements are my opinion based upon my experience in dealing with wristwatches. DO NOT TRUST PICTURES:. It is very easy for someone to hide the scratches on … Continue reading How to buy a Wristwatch
Once you invest in a fine luxury item such as a Rolex, the next step is to prepare yourself for the important task of keeping it in the best condition possible. After all, putting in the time and effort it takes to maintain the piece as best as possible costs much less than replacing a … Continue reading How to Care for Your Rolex Dial
With the advent of multi-app smartphones and tablets, watches are slowly losing their market. Surveys by Mintel, a leader in the Market Research field, show that the younger generation has no desire or need for a watch. Indeed, digital natives see watches as a rather odd device. Unlike mobile phones and other gadgets, watches have … Continue reading How Do Watches Work?