Rolex is the best-known face of high-end designer watches. Whenever someone says about having an expensive watch, most people’s first thought is always a Rolex! Even if you aren’t into your watches, we have all heard of a Rolex. The Swiss manufacturer produces iconic timepieces that have become a symbol in the watch industry and the Rolex brand will certainly go down in history. If you are fortunate enough to own a Rolex, it can tell people a lot about who you are and what you have accomplished in life.
Why Are Rolex’s So Special?
There are a few reasons as to why Rolex has such a high status and are so special. The quality of their designs, rarity of the materials they use, and the impeccable production process that guarantees precise and accurate products. Not to mention the prestige name that comes with their watches!
Some of the Most Expensive Rolex’s Sold
Starting off we will look at the most expensive watches that you can buy in store, as we move further up, we will be looking at more historical pieces.
Rolex Submariner – The Submariner collection is a classic, first launched in 1953, it was the first watch that divers could take 100 meters in depth. It was made popular through the James Bond movies and is now one of the brands most popular models. Prices for this start at £13,337.
Rolex Day Date – The Rolex Day Date is the most expensive watch in the current collection, it has been often worn by countless leaders and heads of state. The dial is available in 36mm and 40mm and prices start at £34,500.
Rolex Pearlmaster Collection – The Rolex Pearlmaster tops the list for the most expensive watch you can buy in store. It comes in a 34mm and 39mm case and is exclusively available in yellow gold, white gold and rose gold. This watch is a high-end customised version of the famous Rolex Datejust with finely carved diamonds and precious gems. It also comes with three bracelet options, two which include gemstones on the bracelet itself. It retails for £87,000.