Any luxury watch worth investing in is worth servicing to keep it in the best condition possible - both aesthetically and for time-keeping.
There is a robust market for second hand Rolex watches with a very positive history of increasing value.
Arguably about the most recognisable and famous style of watch in history, The Daytona has the mark of history about it.
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Describing a watch as “timeless” might seem like a cheap pun, but if we’re talking about the design and style of a Rolex watch with a long history, it seems like a valid word to describe a Rolex Submariner.
“Yes” is the quick and easy answer you’re hoping for! Every year, Rolex tends to raise their prices in keeping with the cost of living and raised cost of raw materials.
The more valuable your watch or watch collection, the more worthwhile it is to invest in good storage solutions that covers all the basics: Protection from theft, dust, damp and losing shape.
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In the vast world of watches, valuation is one of the most crucial elements of both selling and purchasing a pre-owned watch, especially when dealing with a highly established brand such as Rolex.
Servicing your Rolex is a very good investment, not only to keep it telling accurate time and looking great, but also so that if the day comes when you want to sell, you can get the maximum value for it.
The scope of Patek Philippe’s portfolio as a watchmaker means there’s something for luxury timepiece fans of all descriptions to enjoy. However, some stand out above others so here's Chrono Hunters top 12 most popular Patek Philippe watches.