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RADO Rado is a Swiss luxury manufacturer of watches, with headquarters in Lengnau, Switzerland. It is noted for its use of scratch-proof materials, a field in which it is considered a pioneer. Today the company produces about half a million watches a year with a staff of about 470 in total. Rado's watches are obtainable in more than 150 countries, at over 5900 points of sale. The most important markets are Southeast Asia, Japan, China, Middle East as well as countries within Europe (Switzerland, Germany, Italy) and the USA. Formed in 1917 as [Schlup & Co.], Rado initially produced watch movements only. In 1957 the company launched its first collection of watches under the Rado brand. In 1962 the Rado Diastar, the world's first scratch-proof watch, was launched. It has been in production ever since, now sold as DiaStar The Original. In 1968, Rado became part of the ASUAG, which merged 1983 with the SSIH to the SMH group, renamed in 1998 as the Swatch Group. Rado's sister brands within the Group include Breguet, Blancpain, Glashütte Original, Omega, Longines and Tiffany & Co., among others.

RADO's differs from the traditional Swiss watch makers in that it leans towards innovative uses of high tech materials in distinct design. RADO has focused on pioneering the use of a number of materials that are unique within the watch making industry, such as e.g. hardmetal(tungsten- and titanium-carbide), ceramics, lanthanum and sapphire crystal. In 2004 RADO created a 'high-tech diamond', by the transformation of carbon into a nanocrystalline diamond with a Vickers hardness number of 10,000, thus naming the watch the V10K. It is the hardest watch on Earth, certified by the Guinness Book of World Records. The newer RADO watches are also distinct from the traditional Swiss watch industry in that their aesthetic is unique. Market reaction tends to be mixed to such a strong aesthetic, with many who appreciate the unique and distinct RADO look and those who do not. During their time, RADO has received more than 20 elite international design awards, from the RED DOT Award to the iF Design Award, for both their product and most recently, their collaboration with Jasper Morrison for an innovative watch box that mimics the shape of the human wrist. RADO watches vary in pricing according to model, age and materials but the core collection of RADO pieces will range from about US$700 to about US$28,000. Models that include pave dials of diamonds and baguette diamonds can cost approximately US$30,000 to US$250,000.

RICHARD MILLE is a French businessman and owner of a Swiss luxury watchmaker of the same name. The watch making company, founded in 2001, is based in Les Breuleux, in the Canton of Jura, Switzerland. The brand's most famous models are the Tourbillon RM 008 (chronograph tourbillon) and the sapphire split seconds (chronograph tourbillon) RM 056. The RM 008 combines a tourbillon movement with manual winding, a chronograph split-seconds, a torque indicator, and a power reserve indicator. Claimed to be one of the most advanced watches in the world, it is priced from €500,000 and upwards. The RM 056 split seconds (chronograph tourbillon) is distinguished for its three-part all-sapphire case skeletal case build. This makes the RM 056 completely see-through and is the first watch case to be completely built from sapphire, with a limited edition 5 pieces of the Richard Mille RM 056 Felipe Massa Sapphire priced at US$1.7 million. The RM 056 went on to win the SIAR October 2012 award for best watch of the year.

ROLEX SA and its subsidiary Montres Tudor SA design, manufacture, distribute and service high-quality wristwatches sold under the Rolex and Tudor brands. Founded by Hans Wildorf and Alfred Davis in London, England in 1905 as Wilsdorf and Davis, Rolex moved its base of operations to Geneva, Switzerland in 1919. Bloomberg Businessweek magazine ranked Rolex No.71 on its 2007 list of the 100 most valuable global brands. Rolex is the largest single luxury watch brand, producing about 2,000 watches per day, with estimated 2003 revenues of approximately US$3 billion.

Hans Wilsdorf and his brother-in-law, Alfred Davis, founded Wilsdorf and Davis, the company that would eventually become Rolex SA, in London, England in 1905 Wilsdorf and Davis' main business at the time was importing Hermann Aegler's Swiss movements to England and placing them in quality watch cases made by Dennison and others. These early wristwatches were sold to jewellers, who then put their own names on the dial. The earliest watches from Wilsdorf and Davis were usually hallmarked "W&D" inside the caseback. In 1908, Wilsdorf registered the trademark "Rolex" and opened an office in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. The company name "Rolex" was registered on 15 November 1915. The book The Best of Time: Rolex Wristwatches: An Unauthorized History by Jeffrey P. Hess and James Dowling says that the name was just made up. One story, never confirmed by Wilsdorf, is that the name came from the French phrase horlogerie exquise, meaning "exquisite clockwork" or as a contraction of "horological excellence". Wilsdorf was said to want his watch brand's name to be easily pronounceable in any language. He also thought that the name "Rolex" was onomatopoeic, sounding like a watch being wound. It is easily pronounceable in many languages and, as all letters have the same size, allows to be written symmetrically. It was also short enough to fit on the face of a watch. In 1914, Kew Observatory awarded a Rolex watch a Class A precision certificate, a distinction which was normally awarded exclusively to marine chronometers. In 1919, Wilsdorf left England due to wartime taxes levied on luxury imports as well as export duties on the silver and gold used for the watch cases driving costs too high and moved the company to Geneva, Switzerland where it was established as the Rolex Watch Company. Its name was later changed to Montres Rolex, SA and finally Rolex, SA. Upon the death of his wife in 1944, Wilsdorf established the Hans Wilsdorf Foundation in which he left all of his Rolex shares, making sue that some of the company's income would go to charity. The company is still owned by a private trust and shares are not traded on any stock exchange. In December 2008, the abrupt departure of Chief Executive Patrick Heiniger, for “personal reasons”, was followed by a denial by the company that it had lost 1 billion Swiss francs (approx £574 million, $900 million) invested with Bernard Madoff, the American asset manager who pleaded guilty to an approximately £30 billion worldwide Ponzi scheme fraud. Today, Rolex watches are popularly considered status symbols.

Among the company's innovations are: The first waterproof wristwatch "Oyster", 1926; the first wristwatch with an automatically changing date on the dial (Rolex Datejust ref.4467, 1945); the first wristwatch case waterproof to 100 m (330 ft) (Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner ref.6204, 1953); the first wristwatch to show two time zones at once (Rolex GMT Master ref.6542, 1954); the first wristwatch with an automatically changing day and date on the dial (Rolex Day-Date, 1956); the first watchmaker to earn chronometer certification for a wristwatch.

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  • RADO Switzerland - founded in 1917 as Schlup Co. Since 1957 under the Rado brand.
    • Rado Hyperchrome.
    • MEN'S WATCHES - "Rado’s watches for men were created to accommodate gents looking for anything from a dress watch for the office or a sports watch for an evening out. You’ll find the perfect fit for your wrist, whether it’s a chronograph watch to give down to the second time precision or an automatic watch that powers itself with your everyday movement. Our distinctive timepieces include key features like water resistance, date and time, swiss-made quartz or automatic movements and chronographs."
    • Rado Coupole.
    • WOMEN'S WATCHES - "Discover Rado’s large selection of watches for women. From ceramic watches to stainless steel watches or leather watches, Rado has a women’s timepiece for any occasion, a perfect gift for women. Whether you are looking for women’s dress watches or everyday watches Rado pays meticulous attention to detail with stunning designs full of vibrant dials, elegant diamonds and rich mother of pearl finishes to fit any look. We offer Swiss-made quartz movements, which operate on a battery and ladies automatic movements, which relieves the need for a battery."
  • RAID
  • RAIDILLON - since 2001. Each model is produced as a limited series of 55 watches.
  • Rainer Brand Sybraris Mocca with Diamonds.
  • RAINER BRAND - "Maker of High Quality Mechanical Watches."
  • RAKETA - since 1962. "Russian made, Sovjet born."
  • Ralph Lauren Stirup Collection 18K rose gold.
  • RALF TECH - since 1998.
  • RAMA WATCH - founded in 1914.
  • Men's Raphaël Léon watch: US$23,599.99.
  • RAPHAËL LÉON - by Prodori.
  • RAYMOND WEIL - founded in 1976.
  • REACTOR WATCHES - sports & dive watches.
  • REBELLION - since 2008.
  • RECONVILIER - founded in 1905.
  • RECTA - founded in 1897.
  • RED ARMY WATCHES - "Born in 1949 during Soviet time and its watches were the standard issue to all air force pilots at that time and were never sold in shops."
  • Regina pocket watches
  • REMINISCENCE - women's.
  • RENDEX - "Trend Watches Since 1966."
  • RENÉE GEROVE - since 1972.
  • Retrowerk.
  • RETROWERK - "A combination of German craftsmanship, Swiss mechanical movements and the best of Steampunk artistry. Watches from the depths of Jules Verne imagination to the heights of eccentric horology."
  • Reuge Hunter watch with music and automaton 'The Fountain' scene.
  • REUGE - since 1865. "The Art of Mechanical Music."
  • REVERSO - by Jaeger-LeCoultre.
  • REVUE THOMMEN - Swiss watches since 1853.
  • REWATCH - since 2014. "Every Watch Tells A Story."
  • RGM WATCH COMPANY - since 1992. "America's Premier Watchmaker."
  • RICHARD MILLE - Swiss luxury watchmaker founded in 2001. The brand specialises in luxury watches.
  • RICHARD MILLE - Wikipedia.
  • $500K Richard Mille 11-03 Flyback Chronograph Heist Is a Sign of Our Times - "Not many find Richard Mille timepieces worthy of the frenzy they generate, let alone of the thousands of hundreds of dollars they command upon release. But thieves will always appreciate anything expensive."
  • Charles Leclerc has 300,000 euro Richard Mille watch stolen from wrist in Italy - "Charles Leclerc became the victim of theft when his custom-made Richard Mille watch was stolen in the Tuscan region of Viareggio in Italy on Monday, April 18. The incident occurred at around 22:00, when the Monegasque Formula 1 star was recognised while out with friends, and obliged to sign autographs for a group of fans. In that moment the watch was stealthily swiped from the driver’s wrist."
  • Italian police ‘find’ Leclerc’s stolen Richard-Mille watch - "For those who can’t recall the unfortunate incident, Leclerc was recognised while out with friends, and obliged to sign autographs for a group of fans. However, not everyone was a true fan of the Monegasque, in that moment the watch was stealthily swiped from the driver’s wrist. The watch in question being a one-of-one Richard Mille RM 67-02, completed in the colours of the Principality."
  • Richard Mille Sets A New Record For The World's Thinnest Watch With The RM UP-01 Ferrari - "Mere months after Bulgari claimed the title, there's a new record-holder in town."
  • Richard Mille’s New $310,000 Chronograph Is His Most Complicated Watch Ever - "The ultra-contemporary model is an automatic split-seconds chronograph with an in-house rapid winding mechanism."
    • Richard Mille RM 11-03.
    • RM 11-03 - Automatic Winding Flyback Chronograph.
    • Richard Mille RM 27-01 Raphael Nadal.
    • RM 27-01 Raphael Nadal - limited edition of 50 timepieces. Weight of the movement: circa 3.5 g. With the strap it weights just 19 g. Price: US$690,000.
    • Richard Mille RM 65-01: US$310,000.
    • RM 65-01 - Automatic Winding Split-seconds Chronograph. The culmination of some five years of development, this automatic split-seconds chronograph is the most complex timepiece ever to leave the Richard Mille workshops. This model fully embodies the brand’s technical approach thanks to the combination of several additional functions, a very specific architecture and an extremely high-end aesthetic. All in all, a fabulous challenge of mechanical watchmaking that called for patience, technicity and utter perseverance.
    • Richard Mille RM 72-01.
    • RM 72-01 - Automatic Winding Flyback Chronograph.
    • Richard Mille RM UP-01 Ferrari.
    • RM UP-01 FERRARI - "Manual winding ultraflat. Ultraflat manual winding movement with hours, minutes and function selector." Sporting mechanisms that are as elegant as they are immediately recognisable. An identical obsession with excellence, precision, reliability and innovation. In 2021, Ferrari and Richard Mille, driven by their shared quest for perfection, joined forces to create a long-term partnership. Richard Mille celebrates this budding relationship with the creation of an exceptional ultra-flat timepiece, the RM UP-01 Ferrari. At just 1.75 millimetres thick, the RM UP-01 Ferrari constitutes a triumph of technical prowess and exemplifies a new approach to watch mechanics in which technicity more than ever dictates aesthetics. Limited edition of 150 pieces.
  • RICHEMONT - Switzerland-based luxury goods holding company founded in 1988 by South African businessman Johann Rupert. Through its various subsidiaries, Richemont designs, manufactures, distributes and sells premium jewelery, watches, leather goods, writing instruments.
  • Ridgeway Clocks - "The heartbeat of the home."
  • Ritz Paris Essentials small wall clock: €1,350.
  • Ritz Paris Essentials - "Keep time with the Ritz Paris with this small wall clock, a faithful replica of the clocks installed in every room at the opening of the hotel. Gilded with fine gold, its elegant knot motif is enhanced by delicate chasing."
  • ROAMER - since 1888.
  • ROBERGÉ - since 1972. "Where artistic excellence meets state-of-the-art watch-making."
  • ROCHEFOUCAULD WATCH - "The thinnest water-resistant watch in the world." Made-up brand in the 1983-movie "Trading Places".
  • RODANIA - founded in 1930.
  • Rogan - Timeless Watch.
  • ROGAN - Timeless Watch. Forget eternity rings - get a Timeless Watch. Created with sustainability in mind, old watch parts are reassembled by hand in NYC and therefore each is completely unique.
  • Excalibur Table Ronde watch by Roger Dubois.
  • ROGER DUBOIS - founded in 1980. Awarded the Hallmark of Geneva.
    The only watch manufacturer to stamp the Hallmark of Geneva on its entire production.
  • Roger W. Smith Series 2 watch.
  • ROGER W. SMITH - watch, clock & chronometer makers.
  • ROGER W. SMITH - Wikipedia.
  • ROLAND ITEN - "Mechanical Luxury for Gentlemen."
  • Yellow Gold Rolex Daytona Reference 6263.
  • ROLEX - founded in 1905. "Rolex watches are crafted with scrupulous attention to detail." Explore the Rolex collection of prestigious, high-precision timepieces. Rolex offers a wide assortment of Oyster Perpetual and Cellini watches to suit any wrist. Discover the broad selection of Rolex watches to find a perfect combination of style and functionality.
  • ROLEX - Wikipedia.
  • ROLEX watches at - as of October 14, 2021: 113 results.
  • 60 Years of James Bond Rolex OMEGA Watches List - "Looking Back at 60 Years of James Bond and His Fondness for Watches. From Sean Connery’s Rolex 'Big Crown' to Daniel Craig’s OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M."
  • ROLEX gem-set watches - all collections.
  • ROLEX gold watches - all collections.
  • ROLEX men's watches - all collections.
  • ROLEX steel watches - all collections.
  • ROLEX steel & gold watches - all collections.
  • ROLEX women's watches - all collections.
  • 5 Reasons Why You Need A Rolex & 5 Reasons Why You Don’t - "Are you in camp Yea or Nay? We decided to sum up the reasons why people love discussing Rolex."
  • 5 Rolex Watches to Invest in During the Second Half of 2021 - "Many watch enthusiasts would love to make a bit of money from buying and selling watches. Rolex is, without a doubt, the number one brand for making money on the watch market. Rolexes have significantly gone up in price over the last three to four years. This makes buying one a costly prospect these days, but are some models still flying under the radar? While there aren’t any Rolex models that go completely unnoticed, there are a few we think still have upward potential when it comes to price."
  • A Beginner's Guide to Some of Rolex's Most Intriguing Submariner Variants - "Collecting watches can get complicated. It only gets worse when looking at models with a long lineage and multiple updates. The longer time passes, things like service/Franken parts, fakes, and DIY jobs can find their way into a specific reference you’re after. And it only gets foggier if the brand you’re dealing with has a century-old history."
  • A Brief History Of Time: Rolex’s Complete Brand History - Part One: 1905-1945 - "How the world's most famous watch brand began."
  • A Brief History Of Time: Rolex’s Complete Brand History - Part Two: 1945-1960 - "A decade and a half of unparalleled productivity for 'The Crown'."
  • A Brief History of Time: Rolex’s Complete Brand History - Part Three: 1961-1988 - "We’ll explore the continual evolution of Rolex’s professional range, and discover how the brand became so much more than perhaps even Hans Wilsdorf had dreamed."
  • A Brief History Of Time: Rolex’s Complete Brand History - Part Four: 1988-1999 - "Progress is the name of the game."
  • A man bought a Rolex for $345 in 1974. Its current value knocked him off his feet - "Told a watch like his is now worth $400,000 at auction, the man toppled to the ground."
  • Becoming A One-Watch Guy: Is Rolex The Best Option Out There? - "The crown’s allure is undeniable, but is it truly the way to go?"
  • Bob's Watches - "Founded in 1999, Bob's Watches is the leading online marketplace for buying, selling and trading used Rolex watches for men and women."
  • Complete Buying Guide to the Rolex Oyster Perpetual - "If you've ever enjoyed a water-resistant, automatic wristwatch, you have this model to thank."
  • Complete Guide To The Rolex Explorer - "A Comprehensive Collector's Guide To The Rolex Explorer I. Mapping the ascent of Rolex's go-anywhere watch."
  • Crypto Meltdown Claims Rolex & Patek Philippe as Victims - "Prices for the most popular secondhand luxury watches have peaked. It’s the latest sign that the bling boom might not last."
  • Empty Rolex boxes are fetching pretty sums online as TikTok drives demand - "According to a report in The Sunday Times, Louise Eccles discovers how 'piles of empty boxes and paper carrier bags' from designer labels are selling for hundreds of pounds online."
  • FOLEX - fake expensive watch as in, faux (french for fake) Rolex, faux-lex, folex.
  • Here’s What Diving With a $16,000 Gold Rolex Is Like - "Putting the two-tone Rolex Oyster Perpetual Sea-Dweller Steel and Gold through its paces while visiting the shipwrecks of Lake Superior."
  • How Sean Connery Turned a Regular Rolex Into “The Bond” - "In Connery's hands, the standard Submariner became an icon."
  • How The Rolex Day-Date Became A Million-Dollar Watch - "A guide to the quintessential power watch."
  • How To Spot A Fake Dial In A Vintage Rolex Datejust - "Buying a vintage Datejust can be daunting... until you know what to look for. Tell-tale signs of a fake vintage Datejust dial. Learn to separate to good, the bad, and the ugly. Read all about it here."
  • Keep Your Rolex To Yourself, Don't Flaunt It Online - "A Word Of Watch Advice - Please Keep Your Rolex To Yourself And Don't Flaunt It Online. How high-profile watches became magnets for thieves."
  • LA super-rich reach for fake Rolexes after spate of burglaries - "Deep in central London an artisan watchmaker is doing good business replicating £150,000 Rolexes for wealthy Los Angeles clients worried about a spate of high-profile burglaries."
  • Marlon Brando's Rolex GMT-Master Watch Worn In 'Apocalypse Now' Up For Auction With Phillips - Forbes.
  • Michael Caine in Get Carter demonstrates the timeless cool of a Rolex Day-Date on a brown leather strap - "Named as Quentin Tarantino’s favourite British film, the gangster classic Get Carter turns 50 this year. It follows Michael Caine as Jack Carter who travels to Newcastle to avenge his brother’s death and winds up single-handedly taking on the local mob. Directed by Mike Hodges, Get Carter proved a controversial film at the time with its graphic depictions of phone sex and methodical violence. Spiked with flashes of dry humour, the overall tone is pessimistic and as black as Carter’s Aquascutum trench coat."
  • Michael Caine's Gold Rolex Oysterquartz Breaks World Record At Auction - "A collection of personal items - 183 pieces - including watches, belonging to legendary actor Sir Michael Caine and his wife have sold at auction in London. The star lot of ‘Sir Michael Caine: The Personal Collection Sale’ at Bonhams London was an 18K yellow gold Rolex Oysterquartz Day-Date that the actor had worn on screen in several films including A Shock To The System and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, which sold for £125,250 GBP (approximately $166,500 USD) setting a new world record price for that model and smashing the pre-sale estimate of £8,000-£12,000 GBP ($10,500 USD - $15,800 USD)."
  • Not Even the Rich Can Buy Fancy Watches - "If you’re in the market for a $25,000 Rolex, you better know a guy. And you better have $50,000."
  • Paul Newman Rolex Sells at Auction for Record $17.8 Million - The New York Times.
  • Phillips Lists Vintage Rolex Deep Sea Special Watch Rated For 35,789ft - "The watch to choose when you’re not just going deep, but all the way to the bottom."
  • Rolex & Cinema - "A movement perpetually reinvented." In 2017 Rolex became a partner to the film industry's highest authority, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. For the sixth consecutive year, Rolex is the Proud Sponsor of the Oscars ceremony held at the Dolby Theatre, Hollywood.
  • Rolex Adds Cheerful Colors And A New 41mm Size To The Oyster Perpetual - "Most collectors are losing their minds over the new Rolex Submariner, but the real fun in Rolex’s new 2020 lineup lies in the new Oyster Perpetual collection, now available in a rainbow of cheerful colors. This is the first time Rolex has offered these colors on the dials in this collection, and it’s just the boost we need right now."
  • Rolex Daytona 116508 Yellow Gold with Green Dial - "'It wasn’t until I received ownership of one of my personal grail watches - the yellow gold, green sunray dial work of horological magnificence known as the reference 116508 - that I understood how a modern Daytona is that extraordinary combination of heart-stopping, almost constant palpitation-inducing beauty with ease of use and reliability that are without equal.'"
  • Rolex finally breaks silence on the Rolex watch shortage - "'The scarcity of our products is not a strategy' - Rolex responds to the chronic shortage of supply."
  • Rolex is a mere pretender to the Patek Philippe crown at watch auctions.
  • Rolex is a mere pretender to the Patek Philippe crown at watch auctions - "Rolex made such a splash in 2017 when a Paul Newman-owned Daytona sold for $17.5 million that the casual observer might think it has dominated the auction world’s top ranked sales ever since. Not so, observes Simon De Burton, who sees Patek Philippe firmly maintaining its reputation as the king of auction brands and a number of rising stars like Cartier, F. P. Journe and Philippe Dufour regularly grabbing the attention of expert collectors."
  • Rolex is making plenty of watches, but good luck getting your hands on one - "Rolex makes some of the world's most popular watches, like the Daytona, Submariner, and classic Oyster. The Swiss company is believed to make roughly 1 million per year, each one by hand. New Rolexes can be hard to find for a buyer without an established relationship with an authorized distributor."
  • Rolex is no longer a retail brand - "Cambridge English Dictionary defines 'Retail' as the activity of selling goods to the public, usually in shops. By that definition, Rolex stopped being a retail brand last year and shows no sign of returning any time soon. The reality today is that members of the public cannot simply walk into a shop and walk out with a Rolex."
  • Rolex Magazine - "Jake's Rolex World has been published 365 days a year for 11 years, since May of 2008."
  • Rolex Watches Were One of the Highest Appreciating Assets in the Last Decade - "Beating out gold, real estate, and stocks on average." Luxury watches have been the 'it' alternative investment these past couple of years, with names like Audemars Piguet, Patek Philippe and F.P.Journe making headlines for their insane surge in price. One Swiss manufacturer, however, has always been the king in terms of consistent appreciation - and it’s none other than Rolex.
  • Spot the difference: the invincible business of counterfeit goods - "Selling cheap fakes of a successful product makes horribly good business sense. Is there any way to stop it?"
  • The Rolex Oyster Case: Everything You Need to Know - "Pegged as one of the most innovative and historical updates to the wristwatch, the Rolex Oyster case has enjoyed its day in the sun and for good reason. In this in-depth article courtesy of our colleagues at WatchTime India, we take you through the different parts of this piece of horological history and help you understand it better."
  • The Vintage Watch Company, 24 Burlington Arcade, London W1J 0PS, U.K.
  • The Vintage Watch Company - "The Vintage Watch Company was established in 1995 dedicated to showcasing Vintage Rolex wristwatches from c1910 - c1970. Our collection of over 2000 pieces is simply unparalleled and we are proud to have become a destination store for the world." 24 Burlington Arcade, London W1J 0PS, U.K.
  • This Watch Helped Sean Connery Become James Bond - "A celebrity stylist and watch lover shares her favorite watches from Bond, blockbusters, and a classic Steve McQueen flick."
  • TOTAL ROLEX - the book Total Rolex illustrates all watch models produced by Rolex, specifying the period of production and the metal of all watches.
  • Turns Out That Vintage Rolex Actually Is a Great Investment - "Your watch nerd buddy wasn't just blowing smoke; the prices have climbed significantly over the last ten years."
  • Want to Stay Safe While Traveling? Wear a Rolex - Bloomberg.
  • Watch Trading Co. - since 2014. "Availability is Key." Watch Trading Company is a luxury watch dealer, servicing customers throughout the world. We currently have locations in Miami, New York, Hong Kong, and Los Angeles. We have over 12 years of experience specializing in luxury watches. We take pride in our products and are passionate about what we do. Each of our watches is inspected and authenticated, ensuring our customers are getting the quality they deserve. We aren’t happy unless you’re happy!
  • Why the Rolex watch shortage is a 'perfect storm' - "You’ve made it, and now you might be thinking to yourself, "It’s time I bought that status symbol that lets everyone else know I’ve made it whenever I walk into a room" - a Rolex. Well I’ve got some bad news for - you probably can’t get one."
  • World's Most Expensive Rolex Resurfaces Four Years After Breaking Records - "The most expensive Rolex ever sold has resurfaced in Los Angeles after disappearing from public view since being auctioned off for US$17 million in 2017. The Rolex Cosmograph 'Paul Newman Daytona' Ref 6239 that once belonged to actor Paul Newman and started one of the biggest trends in watch collecting has gone on show at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, which opened in Los Angeles this week."
    • Rolex Prince.
    • CELLINI COLLECTION - "The Classical Watch." Celebrating the most fascinating and exalting facets of watchmaking tradition. The best of Rolex know-how and its high standards of perfection. Wide range. Timeless style. Certified precision. Unparalleled prestige. Types: Gold watches, Light dials, Coloured dials, Dark dials.
    • Rolex Daytona 116508 Green Dial 2022: US$180,000.
    • Daytona 116508 Yellow Gold with Green Dial - 'It wasn’t until I received ownership of one of my personal grail watches - the yellow gold, green sunray dial work of horological magnificence known as the reference 116508 - that I understood how a modern Daytona is that extraordinary combination of heart-stopping, almost constant palpitation-inducing beauty with ease of use and reliability that are without equal.'
    • gem-set watches - all collections.
    • gold watches - all collections.
    • men's watches - all collections.
    • Rolex The Milgauss.
    • MILGAUSS COLLECTION - "Honouring Science. The First Watch of its Kind - A Unique Identity." The Milgauss combines unique aesthetics and scientific heritage. The watch was designed to withstand interference of up to 1,000 gauss. Unparalleled prestige. Timeless style. Wide range. Certified precision. Types: Oystersteel watches, Coloured dials, Dark dials.
    • OYSTER PERPETUAL COLLECTION - "The Essence of the Oyster. Universal and Classic Style." Featuring a sophisticated finish, these are chronometer wristwatches in their purest form. In keeping with the finest traditions to ensure the most intense radiance. Wide range. Certified precision. Unparalleled prestige. Timeless style. Types: Oystersteel watches, Light dials.
    • Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona.
    • OYSTER PERPETUAL COSMOGRAPH DAYTONA - "Born to Race. The Sport Chronograph." An icon forever joined in name and function to the high-performance world of motor sport. Designed to be the ultimate timing tool for endurance racing drivers. Wide range. Unparalleled prestige. Timeless style. Certified precision.
    • Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust.
    • OYSTER PERPETUAL DATEJUST - "The Classic Watch of Reference." With a wide range of combinations, the Datejust captures the personality of its wearer. Can be partially or fully set with brilliant-cut diamonds selected by in-house experts."
    • Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust Lady 31.
    • OYSTER PERPETUAL DATEJUST LADY 31 COLLECTION - "The women’s version of the emblematic Datejust, created in 1945, was unveiled in 1957. With all its timeless elegance and functionality, it is today offered in a petite 28 mm size."
    • Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day Date.
    • OYSTER PERPETUAL DAY DATE COLLECTION - "The Ultimate Watch of Prestige." Launched in 1956. Discover the Day-Date models. Featuring a bespoke day display in a choice of languages, these watches are fitted with the ... Oyster, 40 mm, yellow gold. The exceptional precision, reliability, legibility and presence of this prestigious model has made it the ultimate status watch.
    • Rolex Oyster Perpetual Explorer II.
    • OYSTER PERPETUAL Explorer II Collection - "Braving the extremes." Rolex is presenting its new-generation Oyster Perpetual Explorer II, which features a redesigned case and ... Pearlmaster The pearl in the Oyster collection.
    • Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT Master II.
    • OYSTER PERPETUAL GMT MASTER II - "The Cosmopolitan Watch." Designed to show the time in two different time zones simultaneously. A combination of peerless functionality and instantly recognizable aesthetics. Wide range. Certified precision. Timeless style. Unparalleled prestige. Types: Oystersteel watches, Gold watches, Light dials.
    • Paul Newman's legendary Rolex Daytona watch.
    • PAUL NEWMAN'S LEGENDARY ROLEX DAYTONA WATCH - "The rarest Daytonas are those with what has been called the 'exotic' or 'Paul Newman' dial. It is said that Newman wore one of these watches, given to him by his wife Joanne Woodward when he took up automobile racing, from 1972. While other sources agree it was a gift from Woodward, they assert the watch was presented to Newman earlier, during the filming of Winning in 1968 or 1969. It is estimated that only one in twenty Daytonas were equipped with the 'exotic' dial because they were slow to sell, and that only 2,000 to 3,000 such 'exotic' dial variants were ever manufactured."
    • Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner.
    • Oyster Perpetual Submariner - The Rolex Submariner has appeared in eleven James Bond movies.
    • Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner.
    • OYSTER PERPETUAL Submariner Collection - "The Reference Among Divers' Watches." The Oyster Perpetual Submariner is a reference among divers' watches; it is the watch that unlocked the deep. ... Launched in 1953.
    • Rolex Sea-Dweller.
    • Sea-Dweller - "The Watch that Conquered the Deep. Deep-Sea Exploration." Equipped with a 60-minute graduated, unidirectional rotatable bezel. Enabling divers to safely monitor their dive and decompression time. Certified precision. Wide range. Timeless style. Unparalleled prestige. Types: Oystersteel watches, Coloured dials, Dark dials. Waterproof to a depth of 4,000 feet (1,220 metres) for the Rolex Sea-Dweller, launched in 1967, and 12,800 feet (3,900 metres) for the Rolex Deepsea unveiled in 2008, they are the ultimate manifestation of Rolex’s leadership in divers’ watches and the result of decades of collaboration with diving professionals.
    • steel watches - all collections.
    • steel & gold watches - all collections.
    • THE COLLECTION - "Rolex offers a wide assortment of Oyster Perpetual and Cellini watches to suit any wrist. Discover the broad selection of Rolex watches to find a perfect combination of style and functionality."
    • women's watches - all collections.
    • Rolex Yacht-Master II.
    • YACHT-MASTER II COLLECTION - "The Watch of the Open Seas. Waterproof and Robust." The Yacht-Master II has a bold and distinguished marine character. Firmly in line with the spirit of the Oyster Professional watches. Unparalleled prestige. Timeless style. Wide range. Certified precision. Types: Oystersteel watches, Yellow gold watches, Pink gold watches. Inspired by the rich heritage that has bound Rolex to the world of sailing since the 1950s, the Yacht-Master blends function and style, while the Yacht-Master II brings together the finest in Rolex technology to create a regatta chronograph built for yachting competition.
  • RONDA - since 1946.
  • ROSENTHAL - Versace crystal clocks.
  • ROTARY WATCHES - founded in 1895. "Les Originales."
  • Rubinacci Chrono Beige.
  • Rothschild FabergÉ Clock Egg - jewelled, enameled decorated egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1902 by the workshop of Michael Perchin, for Béatrice Ephrussi de Rothschild. It was sold by Christie's auction house on 28 November 2007, for £8.9 million (including commission). The price achieved by the egg set three auction records: it is the most expensive timepiece, Russian object, and Fabergé object ever sold at auction.
  • ROVENTA-HENEX - since 1959. "A Master of Time." Swiss private label watches.
  • ROYAL DOULTON - since 1815. Royal Albert New Country Roses White Clock.
  • RSW - since 1914.
  • Rubinacci Chrono Beige.
  • Rufus Gerard Lacus Temporis automatic chronograph.
  • RÜdiger
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