Michael Watts

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LOVE SUPREME

The founder and editor-in-chief of horology magazine <i>Revolution</i> is a true watch aficionado. He shares his passion for timepieces and, in particular, the Daytona.<p>I have a confession to make: I love the Rolex Cosmograph Daytona. As a watch aficionado, I own several timepieces, including more …

The Rolex Way - Daytona

THE MASTERS OF FUSION

In the early 2000s, Rolex set up its own state-of-the-art foundry where it casts its gold. This unusual step for a watchmaking brand allows Rolex to ensure that only the finest of this precious metal is used in its luxury timepieces. The exclusive 18 ct yellow, white and Everose gold alloys are …

A SPORTING BOND

The innovative Oysterflex bracelet, developed and patented by Rolex, combines in a singular way the robustness and reliability of a metal bracelet with the flexibility, comfort and aesthetics of an elastomer strap. At its core lies a superelastic metal blade overmoulded with high-performance black …

THE COLOUR ALCHEMISTS

The range and richness of the colours that adorn Rolex watch dials are the result of a mixture of high-level physics, exquisite judgement and pure chemistry – all mastered in-house.<p>At the heart of a Rolex laboratory in Geneva, card-shaped sheets of metal with colourful, rough dabs of lacquer stand …

On the dial of every Rolex watch, even a steel one, the hands, the hour markers and the Rolex crown are all made of 18 ct gold. #Rolex #OysterPerpetual #101031

“1926, the first waterproof and dustproof wristwatch, the "Oyster", created by Rolex exactly 90 years ago. #Rolex #TBT”

The Rolex crown embossed on an 18 ct Everose gold folding clasp. #Rolex #YachtMaster #ThroughTheLoupe