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About Rolex Watches

Rolex, which Hans Wilsdorf created in 1905, has grown dramatically in size and stature over its long and prestigious history and has made a brand that's a symbol of quality, success, and exclusivity. Today Rolex is the world's leading luxury timepiece manufacturer, making almost a million watches a year and regularly earning a spot on Forbes' list of the most influential brands in the world.

Rolex has been the pioneer of mechanical watchmaking and has been one of the world's most renowned and valued luxury brands. The range of Rolex men's and women's watches is impressive, presenting exclusive collections in every theme.

From high-performance sports and technical watches, such as Submariner, Daytona, and GMT-Master, to stylish and classically styled timepieces such as Datejust, Oyster Perpetual, and Day-Date President, the Rolex brand manufactures watches that cater to almost every possible lifestyle. As the most trusted brand in used Rolex, Exquisite Timepieces is the leading online marketplace for luxury timepieces, where consumers can purchase pre-owned Rolex watches at competitive market rates.

Rolex has been synonymous with precision, elegance, and style for decades. It is a fitting punctuation mark at the end of any successful career, a memento that passes from grandfather to father to son, and the only piece of jewelry that rivals the engagement ring. Jumping from the imagination of Hans Wilsdorf and Alfred Davis in 1908, the brand is a sign of status, a stunning display of prestige and strength.


The History of Rolex Watches

Hans Wilsdorf and his brother-in-law, Alfred Davis, created Rolex in London in 1905. The two men began their company by importing Swiss movements and placing them in high-quality watch cases. As a result, they didn't need much money to launch their brand. They were able to sell their watches to British customers without having to create movements at home. In 1908, the brand officially took the name of Rolex. They chose this name because it was easy to pronounce, and they were able to write it symmetrically through European languages. Soon after, they moved to Switzerland to start making their watches.

Rolex emphasized the efficiency of their movements, and these efforts soon paid off. In 1910, the Rolex timepiece became the world's first watch to achieve chronometer certification. Four years later, they won a Class A Precision Certificate. It was an impressive achievement for a business less than ten years old. From that moment, Rolex watches have gained a reputation for their achievements in accuracy and precision.

By 1926, Rolex had invented the technology to create the first waterproof wristwatch, the Oyster. A year later, they put this groundbreaking timepiece to the test, and in 1927, swimmer Mercedes Glietze was wearing a Rolex Oyster around her neck while swimming through the English Channel. The watch was in excellent full working order. Rolex started to make headlines in the watch industry by patenting its first perpetual self-winding system in 1931. Today, they use this revolutionary system in any modern automatic watch.

Rolex continued to build upon its creativity and innovative spirit. In 1945, the first self-winding wristwatch that displayed the dial date was Air-King and Datejust. In 1953, Rolex produced the Submariner, the first waterproof diver up to 100 meters. The brand launched the GMT Master one year later. It was the first aviator watch to allow the pilot to say the time in several time zones at once. Finally, in 1956, they unveiled the first wristwatch to display the week's date and day on the dial.

Rolex continued to innovate in the second half of the twentieth century. In 1963, for example, they introduced another set of their signatures: the Daytona. The line's initial inspiration was the legendary Sir Malcolm Campbell, who set an incredible five land speed records. The classic model has evolved over the years. It has evolved from the early Paul Newman Daytonas of the 1960s and 1970s to the latest stainless steel and ceramic versions. Four years later, Rolex made its Sea-Dweller debut. The model refers to the classic Submariner with more robust capabilities, such as an improved depth rating. While Deepsea replaced it in 2008, the Sea-Dwellers used to be extremely popular in the pre-owned industry.

In 1992, Rolex watch company unveiled the Yacht-Master. Also, Rolex debuted the Sky-Dweller at Baselworld in 2012. It was the first brand new watch to showcase an entirely new complication in twenty years.

Over the years, Rolex has marked out a spot in sports and pop culture. They have done this by fostering innumerable high-profile partnerships across a wide variety of industries. For decades, Rolex has been present at some of the most critical moments in tennis, golf, motor-sport, and sailing. The brand hasn't only been a sponsor of these activities. They have also acted as a powerful supporter and collaborator of these industries. In 2018, the brand founded one of their most recent collaborations. Today, the Rolex crown is an emblematic sign of unparalleled excellence, creativity, and prestige. Above all, Rolex has made the most delicate watches for collectors to pass on to future generations.


What's Unique About Pre-Owned Rolex Watches?

These handcrafted Swiss watches represent exquisite craftsmanship. More than a watch, this timepiece is a long-term investment that will last for decades.


Pre-Owned Rolex Watches Prices

Exquisite Timepieces has a vast range of pre-owned Rolex watches. Each timepiece is a masterpiece on its own as it gathers history, elegance, and vintage style that will give you an extraordinary experience. You can buy the used Rolex Datejust Vintage 1601 Rare Blue Vignette Dial Vintage 1970 for $ 7,150.00, and there is also the pre-owned Rolex Datejust 16233 Oyster Perpetual For $ 5,500.00. Another example is the pre-owned Rolex Datejust Copper Dial 16234 that is for $ 4,999.00. And if you are looking for the most outstanding used Rolex "Pepsi" GMT Master II 126710BLRO, it's just on sale for $ 38,500.00.

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