Rolex Day-Date Collection

Rolex Day-Date

Famous for being the ‘presidents’ watch of the past and leaders of the future. The Day-Date remains where it has always been – at the cutting edge of modernity.


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Rolex Air-King

A homage to aviation, the Rolex Air-King is known for its simplicity and clear, easy-to-read dial. It celebrates the pioneers of flight and the Rolex’s role in the epic story of aviation.

Rolex Datejust

Introduced in 1945, the Rolex Datejust was the first wristwatch with an automatically changing date function on the dial. Its classic design and Cyclops lens over the date have made it one of Rolex’s most recognizable models.

Rolex Day-Date

Known as the “Presidents’ watch,” the Day-Date was introduced in 1956 and was the first wristwatch to display the day of the week spelled out in full. It is available exclusively in 18kt gold or platinum.

Rolex Daytona

Designed for professional racing drivers, the Rolex Daytona offers precision, an advanced chronograph, and a tachymetric scale for measuring speed. It’s named after Daytona, Florida, which synonymous with racing.

Rolex GMT-Master II

Created for airline pilots, the GMT-Master II features a rotatable 24-hour graduated bezel and a separate 24-hour hand, allowing those who travel the world to read three different time zones.

Rolex Oyster Perpetual

The Oyster Perpetual is the direct descendant of the original Oyster, Rolex’s waterproof wristwatch from 1926. It combines Rolex’s famous waterproof Oyster case with the self-winding Perpetual movement. Known for its simplicity and elegance, it serves as the foundation for other Rolex models.

Rolex Sea-Dweller

Built for the demands of deep-sea diving, the Rolex Sea-Dweller is waterproof to a depth of 4,000 feet (1,220 meters) for the standard model and 12,800 feet (3,900 meters) for the Deepsea variant. It features a helium escape valve for decompression and is a tool watch for professional divers.

Rolex Sky-Dweller

A watch for world travelers, the Rolex Sky-Dweller provides dual time zone display and an annual calendar called Saros, automatically distinguishing between 30- and 31-day months. It combines sophistication with ease of use.

Rolex Submariner

The iconic diver’s watch since its introduction in 1953. Waterproof, the Rolex Submariner is known for its resistance to water and corrosion, initially waterproof to 100 meters (330 feet), now up to 300 meters (1,000 feet). It’s become synonymous with diving and underwater adventure.

Rolex Yacht-Master

The Yacht-Master blends function and style, designed specifically for the world of yacht racing. Its features include a bidirectional rotatable bezel and a waterproof case, making it suitable for water sports and sailing while maintaining a luxurious appearance.

Rolex FAQ's

Rolex watches are manufactured in Switzerland, known for its rich history in watchmaking. The company operates several facilities in different locations within Switzerland, with its main headquarters located in Geneva.

Genuine Rolex watches feature serial numbers that are deeply inscribed, rather than merely superficially scratched. Starting from 2002, Rolex introduced a tiny crown logo etched at the 6 o'clock position, which can be seen with the naked eye and may become more visible when the dial is slightly tilted.

Rolex timepieces are known to keep their worth due to the great interest in these iconic models, and their longevity. Watches that contain precious metals like gold will maintain a high value because of the material’s inherent cost.

1. Rolex Submariner

2.Rolex Datejust

3.Rolex Daytona

4.Rolex GMT-Master

5.Rolex Yacht-Master

6.Rolex Explorer

7.Rolex Sky-Dweller

8.Rolex Yacht-Master

9.Rolex Oyster Perpetual

10.Rolex Day-Date

Jean-Frederic Dufour, the sixth Rolex CEO in history.