Feature: Did You Know Most People Wear The WRONG Rolex?
Rolex watches are hard to come by these days, thanks to long waiting lists, sky-high prices and demand. If you’ve managed to get yourself one, then good for you! But are you making the most of your timepiece and utilising all that it offers? It’s this very reason that we think a lot of people are wearing the wrong Rolex. So, did you get it right?
Have you got an Explorer? Are you reading this lounging in the garden, or are you at work in the office? If the answer is yes, then, oh boy, you’re wearing a watch that’s capable of so much more! As in the name, the Explorer is meant for adventurers—that’s caving expeditions, mountaineering and the like. Still, it tells the time and looks good, doesn’t it?
The Rolex Submariner is built to tackle the murkiest depths of the ocean and is one of the crown’s most popular models, yet many people are reluctant to wear it in the rain, let alone snorkelling amongst the coral reefs! If this is you, we reckon you’re more suited to a classic Rolex Datejust. Or why not just put your Sub’s 300m water resistance to the test next time you put on your scuba gear—what’s the worst that can happen?
The GMT function allows wearers to read two different time-zones at once and was revolutionary upon its inception in 1954. Rolex’s GMT-Master is the perfect model for jetsetters, whether you’re travelling for important business meetings or flying the plane yourself. So, if you’re already wearing your GMT-Master when heading abroad, good job! If not, then use this as your excuse to book that summer holiday sharpish.
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