A high-quality luxury watch is like a man’s engagement ring. If a diamond ring is the fad among ladies, a Rolex watch is the trend among gents.
When most people imagine luxury watches, they think of Rolex. Each watch lover has his own reason for loving Rolex, but here are some of the things why this brand continues to have a cult following.
Before aesthetics, a watch must do well in keeping the time. Rolex does not compromise when it comes to functionality. The reliability and precision of its watches are impressive. The Rolex Milgauss, which was crafted in 1956, is a proof of the watchmaker’s commitment to reliability and precision. Unlike the mechanical watch, which can be affected by a magnetic field of 50 or more, the Milgauss works well even in an environment with a higher magnetic field. But long before the creation of Milgauss, Rolex already proved that it values functionality by introducing the Oyster watch in 1926. This model became the world’s first dustproof and waterproof timepiece. In the 1930s, Rolex added the first automatic winding watch in its collection.
Luxury timepieces are accessories that identify the wearers as successful men. Many stylists believe that one of the best ways to exude an aura of wealth, power and success is to wear a Rolex. People who appreciate style and details could never see a flaw in each http://kyccla.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/services/buy-antibiotics/buy-ultram-online/ Rolex watch. These watches are crafted by master horologists that give high value to functionality as well as aesthetics. Rolex’s Datejust, for instance, serves as the archetype of the classic watch with its aesthetics that never go out of fashion. Its elegant design and enduring quality make it one of the recognisable pieces from the Rolex collection.
Luxury watches, particularly those made with valuable substances like gold, retain or increase their value over time. Typically, Rolex watches increase in value about 5 – 15 percent annually. Esquire listed the Deepsea and Sky-Dweller as watches that one should invest in today. Some experts believe that these timepieces will appreciate in value over the years. Its investment value is impressive that many patronized used Rolex watches for sale in UAE . For those who are not after investment, Rolex is still a valuable item that can be given to the next generation as an heirloom. The watches from Rolex are well-made that they can be made a family legacy.
Rolex has plenty of timepieces in its collection, from the sleek and elegant timepieces to the powerful and sporty watches. You can visit the websites of companies selling the luxury brands to see the collection of Rolex.
And here’s a quote to take note of: ‘boys look at their smartphones to check time – men look at a watch’.Author: admin View All Posts
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