Tag Archives: Rolex

  • Seiko Sportura

    Why Seiko should matter to you

    I posted a picture recently to my Facebook page of a Seiko Sportura SQL007 -an alien-looking chronograph that looks like a lump of molten metal with four separate dials covered by four separate crystals and powered by a hybrid quartz/mechanical movement.  It charges up with the movement of your wrist, displays the time just like …

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  • Rolex Daytona Laurance Yap

    The Allure of the Rolex Daytona

    I first developed an interest in the Rolex Daytona long before I knew it was “important”. My dad’s always been a Rolex guy. He wore a 34mm Oyster Perpetual for almost thirty years before he brought it in for its first service sometime in the early nineties. When he came back – watch keeping good …

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  • Vintage Canadian Rolex Oyster Watches

    The Canadian Rolex market Oyster watches date back to the late 1930’s and are some of the most affordable vintage Rolex watches available on the used watch market today. They differ from Swiss marketed Rolex’s in that they used a Rolex modified ebauche movement made by Fontmelon, their caliber FF30 subsequently renamed the Rolex caliber …

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  • The Rolex Submariner

    The Rolex Submariner has celebrated over 50 years since it was first introduced. We can trace its roots back to the very first waterproof Rolex Oyster. However, the appearance of the model 6204 Submariner in 1954, signaled the dawn of what we have come to identify as the ultimate sports tool watch. The Rolex 6204 …

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