Here is our guide to Rolex homages – the opportunity to wear a watch that looks almost as good as the real thing without the eye-watering price tag.
Few of us can afford a Rolex Submariner, but it is possible to get the look for less than you might think by buying an “homage” watch.
Over the last few months, we have been serialising some of the articles from our sister site Seagull1963.co.uk. This month we cover aviator watches:
If you’ve loved the thought of visiting the world’s largest and most prestigious watch show but thought it was out of reach then think again. Our roving reporter Rikki shows you how to made the trip from the UK to Switzerland including all flights, accommodation and transport to the show and back – all for under £200!
My Seiko SKXJ92 dates back to 1988, but my dad gave it to me in 2008. Even though it was twenty years old and never had a service, it was my first self-winding automatic timepiece and it is one piece that will never leave my collection.
The Rolex Datejust is, insofar as is possible, the definitive “watch”. But how does the real thing hold up compared to the pretenders?
If you have ever handled an old Rolex watch, you have most likely come across the phenomenon of bracelet stretch. It is particularly prevalent in […]
Remember that old saying about pornography? You know it when you see it. Well, the same thing can be said about class. And when you […]
The Rolex Datejust is one of the most iconic wristwatches ever produced. It exudes quality and is a symbol of wealth and success all over […]
Mint versions of the wristwatch worn by Sean Connery in the early Bond movies sell for up to $600,000 at auction. We explore how to […]