Customer Spotlight: Dexter Wimberly

One of the great joys of selling high quality luxury watches is getting the opportunity to interact with our customers after the fact, learning why they chose the specific model they did and seeing how they live with their purchase day-to-day. Meet Dexter Wimberly One such client is Dexter Wimberly. Originally from New York and… View Article

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The Complete Guide To Understanding Omega Serial Numbers

The various numbering systems used by luxury watch manufacturers to identify their models can get fairly confusing. Renowned Swiss brand Omega is no exception, and you can easily find yourself getting lost trying to figure out the difference between serial numbers, reference numbers, and in Omega’s case, PIC numbers. So, we have put together this… View Article

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Rolex Submariner vs Rolex Sea-Dweller

The Rolex Submariner vs The Rolex Sea-Dweller

They are, arguably, the two best known and widely revered examples of the dive watch genre in existence. Both, in their own ways, introduced groundbreaking features and each has the trademark Rolex minimalism to their aesthetics which means they can easily double up as either the toughest of tool watches or an elegant everyday wear…. View Article

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How to Use the Rolex Sky-Dweller

First introduced in 2012, the Rolex Sky-Dweller is relatively new to the Rolex watch family. Even still, it has made quite a name for itself amongst collectors and fans of luxury watch brands, given its shorter history. Especially in comparison to Rolex’s other revered models, some of which have been around for more than half… View Article

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How to use the Rolex GMT-Master II

One of Rolex’s most recognizable collections, the Rolex GMT-Master was created with the needs of avid world travelers in mind, particularly the needs of international airline pilots. Originally launched in 1955, the GMT-Master was introduced at a time when intercontinental travel was rapidly evolving and growing in popularity. It even became the official watch of… View Article

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26 Most Commonly Asked Questions About Rolex

Learning all about a particular model’s features, functions, materials and history not only helps you in selecting the perfect watch for you, it is also fascinating and a lot of fun. The trouble is, it can be quite time consuming. Scanning review after review, website after website to uncover the answer to a specific question… View Article

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22 Rolex Watch Nicknames You Need To Know

‘What’s in a name?’ Better yet, what’s in a nickname? Commonly used to express affection, admiration, and familiarity towards a person, place, or thing – nicknames are how we refer to anything we’re particularly fond of. Nicknames we have for other people are usually meant as terms of endearment to show connection, closeness, and even… View Article

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History of the Omega Seamaster

History of the Omega Seamaster

Among Omega’s classic collection of timepieces is the venerable Seamaster. Coming from humble beginnings and a diverse history, the Seamaster has evolved to really come into its own since it was first released in 1948. It debuted as a celebration of Omega’s 100th Anniversary, marking history for not only Omega but for watchmaking as a… View Article

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Rolex Watches for Women

Of Rolex’s wide array of watches, collections, models, styles, colors, materials, and combinations to choose from, only a small percentage of this wide selection are technically “ladies’ watches”. Even so, there are over 50 pages of various women’s watches to scroll through on Rolex’s website, and definitely no shortage of variety to select from for… View Article

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Graduation gift list: A timeless gift for all

It’s that wonderful time of year again. The end of Spring, the beginning of Summer, the much awaited Graduation Season. Whether graduating from high school, college, graduate school, or a doctoral program, we can all agree – it’s a big deal. And not just for the graduate – for their family, friends, classmates, cohort, teachers… View Article

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