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For over 100 years, the brand Rolex has been designing and crafting the most stunning timepieces in the watch industry. With such global admiration for the many Rolex models available, our pre-owned Rolex watches are extremely sought after. So if you’re looking to add to your existing watch collection, or you’re new to the watch owning experience, there’s no time to wait if you find the perfect Rolex watch for you.
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The world-famous Rolex brand was formed in 1905. Since then, the manufacturer has excelled in its growth mission by producing some of the most stunning and well-known timepieces in the world. Priding themselves on creating watches that surpass their competitors, Rolex was always focused on designing robust and precise timepieces, whilst offering an exquisite and sought-after aesthetic. That is one of the many reasons why the Rolex watch has long been considered a luxury item, eagerly sought after by collectors from all walks of life, including celebrities, like Tiger Woods and Roger Federer.
The classic designs and high-quality workmanship comes at a cost, however. New, the most expensive Rolex timepiece being listed at around £70,000, with most Rolex models falling outside most collector’s budgets. However, with a pre-owned Rolex watch, the limiting factors like budget can often be avoided, which is why purchasing a pre-owned Rolex is a fantastic option. By owning a high quality used Rolex watch, wearers will be able to own a special investment piece at a fraction of the price of a new watch. A second-hand Rolex is also a good way of obtaining an exclusive or discontinued model that you may have been eager to own for a long time.
Rolex watches have become synonymous with success and style over the past few decades, and with good reason. The Rolex Submariner has secured its place within the horology world as being one of the best watches for men, often being listed in Esquire magazine. But the brand designs beautiful watches for women too. Ladies Rolex watches have also gained just as much momentum in popularity as men’s Rolex’s. The Rolex Women’s Oyster Perpetual being one of the most worn models by ladies all over the world.
Material Whether you are looking for a men’s Rolex, or a ladies Rolex, the brand have ensured that they have catered to every watch wearer’s needs when it comes to the high quality material across their vast array of models. The intense gold accents of the Presidential model, the stunning rose gold colour of the Rolex Daytona, and the rainbow Oyster Perpetual are all perfect examples of how Rolex continues to use elements such as steel and diamonds to produce incredible timepieces.
Colour, Bezels & Dials Rolex have successfully produced multiple dial colours for their many models and have become well known for the colour accents that have been introduced into their range.
The Rolex Hulk is often referred to as such, due to the intense green colour of the dial and sapphire crystal edging, which is reminiscent of the Hulk character from the Marvel universe, and is very popular with Rolex owners across the world.
Rolex Pepsi The Rolex Pepsi model takes its name from the well-loved Pepsi Cola brand, because it boasts a striking red and blue bezel; the Rolex Pepsi belongs to the Oyster model range and is making its name as one of the classic Rolex models that buyers are keen to own.
The affectionately named “Root Beer” Rolex is technically known as the Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master II in Oyster Steel and Everose Gold; this stunning watch is extremely desirable and heavily sought-after with many fans of Rolex.
The Rolex Arabic Dial refers to the very limited-edition dial which has Arabic numbering imprinted upon it; this particular numbering looks stunning within the Rolex Day-Date 40 when used alongside the Ice Blue dial.
The Rolex Presidential is one of the most striking Rolex models across all of the ranges, due to the striking gold colour of the timepiece and has become synonymous with the Rolex brand across the decades.
Some of the most expensive Rolex watches can retail at over £600,000. However, this shouldn’t discourage those who have a smaller budget, as many of the most popular Rolex models can be purchased for somewhere in the region of £7,000, especially when purchasing pre-owned models in perfect condition. Pre-owned Rolex watches are exceptional investment pieces, as they often hold their value across the generations, due to the fact that they are manufactured excellently and exceed the quality and performance of many other brands within the market.
No matter what the price tag, it can usually a watch collector’s dream to own a vintage Rolex watch. Where better to start your vintage collection than with the Ladies Jacquie Aiche model. This model boasts a tie-dye print dial set within an Oyster timepiece and is one of the most sought-after vintage ladies Rolex watches. Another of the most-desired Rolex’s models is the incredibly rare men’s vintage Rolex watch C1920 model, which offers a very rare cushion with a cream dial, along with blue steel hands.
Whether it’s a current or vintage model that is missing from your collection, there’s an extensive array of used Rolex models which will satisfy even the most choosy of watch collectors. If there’s a particular model that you’ve been yearning to own, but haven’t managed to find, our Watch Sourcing Service is available and we’re also able to offer exclusive access to our full range of Rolex models at our store in Mayfair, London.
13 South Molton Street,
Mayfair, London, W1K 5QW,
0800 069 9323
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