Why Are Rolex Watches so Famous ?

Why Are Rolex Watches so Famous?

Rolex watches are some of the most famous and popular watches worldwide. But why are they so famous? What makes them so special? In this article, we find out more about Rolex's fame and...
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Jewellery retail news Online Watch Retailer WatchPilot Opens Their First Bricks & Mortar Store...

27th October 2022, Richmond, London UK: WatchPilot (www.watchpilot.co.uk), a UK based watch specialist retailer, will open their first high street store on 3rd November 2022, 6 George Street, Richmond, London, TW9 1JY, becoming a...
Why the Hublot "Not for Sale" Watch is Such a Hit

Why the Hublot “Not for Sale” Watch is Such a Hit

The "courtesy watches" provided by Hublot to its customers have proved to be a victim of their own success. Owners have been so taken with the loan replacements - clearly marked "NOT FOR SALE" on...
4-ct Diamond Apple Watch for $15,000

4-ct Diamond Apple Watch for $15,000

A Swedish firm is selling diamond-encrusted versions of the Apple Watch 7, with a $15,000 price tag. Golden Concept says it will make a limited edition of just seven. Each watch features a special case,...
Swiss Watch Sales Highest in Almost Eight Years

Swiss Watch Sales Highest in Almost Eight Years

Exports of Swiss watches hit their highest monthly total in almost eight years, amid "very positive" sales. Total foreign sales for July were $2.31bn, up 8.3 per cent on the same month in 2021, according...
The Cartier Cheich

Legendary Cartier Cheich Could Sell for $400,000

A legendary Cartier watch - one of only four ever made - could fetch $400,000 when it is auctioned at Sotheby's Paris next month. It was presented to Belgian motocross driver Gaston Rahier for a...
World's Thinnest Mechanical Watch - Yours for $1.7m

World’s Thinnest Mechanical Watch – Yours for $1.7m

Swiss watchmaker Richard Mille has launched the world's thinnest mechanical watch. It has a profile of just 1.80mm, shaving 0.05mm - about the thickness of a human hair - off the previous record holder, Bulgari's...
Rolex Watches Last A Lifetime

True Or False: Do Rolex Watches Last A Lifetime?

It's only natural to want to know how long your Rolex will last if you decide to invest in a high-end timepiece. These timepieces are made to endure, but they still require some maintenance over...
US Watch and Jewelry Sales Bounce Back

US Watch and Jewelry Sales Bounce Back

US sales of jewelry and watches rallied somewhat in April - up just over 18 per cent year-on-year - after a relatively disappointing performance in March. Sales for March, previously reported at just...
Swiss Watch Sales Slows amid China Lockdowns

Swiss Watch Sales Slows amid China Lockdowns

Foreign sales of Swiss watches slowed in April, as China was hit by Covid lockdowns. Total export revenue was just under $2bn, its lowest since August 2021, according to figures released by the Federation of...

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