Sort by recommendedSort
A$31,467 A$23,512 (25% off)
Jomashop

Showing 0 of 0

The Rolex Watches Buying Guide

Rolex, founded in 1915, is the most well-known luxury watchmaking brand in the world. Every watch that Rolex designs and produces is exquisitely crafted, and made from high-quality materials. All Rolex watches have extraordinary design elements, but they also have forward-thinking innovation elements too, which is why Rolex is such a popular and prestigious brand. The men’s watch collections by Rolex are sublime, and with so many different designs and functions, there’s something for every man, no matter his personality, style or profession. All Rolex watches look chic, elegant and executive – a Rolex watch is a show-stopping lifetime timepiece.

Ahead, take a look at the men’s Rolex watches buying guide, which will introduce the most desirable watches produced by the brand to you. The most frequently asked questions about Rolex watches are also answered.

The Most Wanted Men’s Rolex Watches

  • Rolex DateJust Watches

    The Rolex DateJust watch design is one of the most iconic created by the brand. The DateJust watches capture the traditional look of a Rolex watch. The DateJust watch is named that for a reason – it was the first chronometer watch design to feature the date in a window on the dial. The DateJust original design from 1945 has been kept perfectly, even though the materials and jewels used in the majority of modern Rolex watches are different. One of the most popular DateJust watches for men is the DateJust 41. This watch is made from Rolex’s famous Oystersteel and yellow gold has a 3235 caliber and is water-resistant up to 100 meters. This watch, along with every DateJust Rolex, is timeless.

  • Rolex Yachtmaster Watches

    Rolex has had connections to the Yachting industry since the 1950s, and today Rolex is still a committed partner to the most luxurious yacht clubs and prestigious regattas. The Yachtmaster is the perfect watch for anyone that does nautical sports, as the watches have a bidirectional rotatable 60-minute graduated bezel. This means that the watch can calculate times, for example how long it took to sail between two points. This is the main innovative function of the Yachtmaster watches. In addition, the watches are water-resistant up to 100 meters and feature shock absorbers. Although the watch has extremely impressive functionality, the Yachtmaster is still beautifully and intricately designed and detailed. Therefore, even those that don’t sail can take pride in wearing a Yachtmaster Rolex. It’s a perfect watch for both in and out of the water.

  • Rolex Submariner Watches

    The Rolex Submariner was originally designed and showcased in 1953, and the design has stayed true to its roots. The Submariner watch oozes class with its sleek and sophisticated look. However, the more contemporary Submariner Rolex watches are equipped with technology that’s at the forefront of innovation. The Submariner watches are water-resistant up to 1,000 meters and is therefore perfect for divers. However, the most impressive function on the Submariner watch is the rotatable 60-minute graduated bezel. This can be used to accurately figure out the diving time and make sure divers are safe in the water. The Submariner is also luminescent, so even if you’re diving in the dark, you will be able to clearly read the dial. Although it’s the perfect watch for divers, the design is so sublime that anyone will look incredible with a Rolex Submariner on their wrist.

How to care for your Rolex Watch

Rolex watches need to be looked after to ensure their luxury quality is kept. You should clean a Rolex weekly, with non-toxic soapy water (then clean water) if it’s a steel watch. If it’s leather, use a soft cloth. Always use a soft cloth to dry the watch after it has been cleaned.

FAQ

How do you wind a Yachtmaster watch?

If you need to manually wind a Yachtmaster watch, you need to unscrew the winding crown and turn it at least 25 times. Then, if worn, it will automatically be wound.

What is the rarest Rolex Submariner watch?

The rarest and most expensive Rolex Submariner watch was the Rolex Bao Dai that was sold for $5 million to the last emperor of Vietnam in 1954.

How much gold is in an 18K gold Rolex?

Approximately, there will be 100 – 150 grams of 18K gold in a Rolex. This includes the bracelet.