Rolex Caliber 3085 Complete Guide
Rolex has developed and released a large number of calibers throughout the years. With that, Rolex is responsible for many watch -innovations, such as releasing the first wristwatch with date function, the first waterproof wristwatch, and the first watch do display the day and the date, to mention a few.
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Rolex Caliber 3175 Complete Guide
Ever since launching the first GMT watch in 1954, Rolex has led the way for GMT technology in watches. Known for its bi-colored GMT bezels, and its iconic GMT watch design, Rolex has continued to develop and improve its movements that incorporate the GMT function.
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Rolex Caliber 3155 Complete Guide
The Rolex Day-Date has become an icon in the watch world. When the first Day-Date was presented in 1956, it was a huge technical feat, as it was presented as the world’s first wristwatch to display both the day and the date.
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Rolex Caliber 1575 Complete Guide
Rolex is a watch company that does things a bit differently from its competitors. The company is not looking to make the most beautiful movements. It is not even trying to show them off. Instead, they are tucked away, and will never be seen by anyone but the watchmaker who services it.
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Rolex Caliber 1036 Complete Guide
The Rolex caliber 1036 is a very rare and historically important movement. Why? Because it happens to be Rolex’s first GMT movement – developed by Rolex specifically for its first GMT-Master watch, the reference 6542.
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Rolex Caliber 4030 Complete Guide
The Caliber 4030 is one of the most legendary calibers from Rolex. And yes, it has something to do with the fact that it is used in one of the most legendary watches from Rolex – the Cosmograph Daytona. But that’s far from all there is to it.
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Rolex Caliber 3185 Complete Guide
Rolex has developed many movements throughout the years. It is also a company that conducts business a bit differently than many of its competitors. Rolex develops and manufactures all of its calibers in-house. This also includes the parts for the movements.
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Rolex Caliber 1560 Complete Guide
During the period of the release of this caliber, Rolex sources its movements from Aegler – a Swiss watchmaker from which Rolex got many of its movements. Fast forward, and Rolex eventually acquired Aegler and merged it into the Rolex company.
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Rolex Caliber 3187 Complete Guide
Very generally speaking, Rolex tends to use the same movement for a number of watches. For example, the 3135 Caliber can be found in the Datejust, Submariner, Yacht-Master, and Deepsea Sea-Dweller. The Caliber 3187 is a bit different, however. And we’ll go into why. Let’s look at the caliber 3187 in detail.
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Rolex Bezel Types – The Ultimate Resource Guide
There are parts of a watch that particularly influence the looks of a watch but also the functions of it. Mostly, the watch bezel is only made for design purposes, to make it integrate well with the rest of the design of the watch and add to its design. But on ”professional” or ”tool watches”, a bezel can also add functions to a watch that makes it more practical.
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