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Paul is the company's Founder and CEO. He is responsible for all the day to day activities from purchasing, receiving, marketing and sales. Paul is a graduate of Boston College 1979 and resides in California with his family.

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Insanely Iced: The Black Sapphire GMT-Master II ref. 116759 SANR

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

At Baselworld 2007, Rolex unveiled three outrageous versions of the GMT-Master II. In addition to the 18k white gold construction, this trio of GMT-Master II shines bright with some heavy gem embellishing. There’s the GMT-Master II ref. 116759 SA with diamonds and blue sapphires, the 116759 SARU with diamonds, sapphires, and rubies, and finally, the ref. 116759 SANR with diamonds and black sapphires.

The Unisex President: Rolex Day-Date 36

Friday, March 24th, 2017

Although the original Rolex Day-Date from the 1950s was a man’s watch, today, it can certainly suit a woman’s wrist too—especially taking into account current watch trends. Due to the 36mm size of the Rolex President, it can be safely be labeled as a unisex luxury dress watch.

Rolex Submariner Reference 16610

Sunday, March 19th, 2017

In recent times, Rolex’s most successful line of watches is their Submariner dive watch. First introduced in 1954, the Submariner quickly gained popularity for its robust construction, timeless design, and superior water resistance.

The Warm President: The Rolex Everose Gold Day-Date II

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017

Launched in 2008, the Day-Date II was a bigger version of the classic Rolex President watch. It was Rolex’s answer to the prevailing trend of larger men’s watches. And at 41mm, it was indeed significantly more robust than the original 36mm case size.

Palm Beach Winter Equestrian Festival with the Rolex “Orange Hand” Explorer 216570

Monday, March 13th, 2017

You can tell the Palm Beach Winter Equestrian Festival is a class act from the moment you enter the event grounds – we’ve never seen so many official Rolex clocks in one place. Aside from the many examples outdoors and in the arena itself, the VIP clubhouse holds several more, including a display of time zones in locales favored by high-end equestrians.

Rolex Datejust & Day-Date: The Daily Luxury Watches

Thursday, March 9th, 2017

While it is Rolex’s sport watch lines that get much of the attention these days, many would argue that it is their Datejust and Day-Date watches that represent the quintessential Rolex timepiece.

Single vs. Double Quickset Vintage Rolex Day-Date Models

Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

If you’re looking for a vintage Rolex Day-Date President to add to your collection, then there are some differences between models to consider. More specifically, there are single and double quickset models to choose from. As the name suggests, the dial of a Rolex Day-Date indicates both the day of the week (at 12 o’clock) and the date (at 3 o’clock).

Green Rolex Watches to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

This St. Patrick’s Day, forget the green hats and cheap green beer and celebrate in style instead. May we suggest a green Rolex and a glass of real Irish whiskey or stout? We have the watches covered, so read on to discover some glorious green Rolex watches—our version of a pot of gold.

The Modern Marvel: The Rolex GMT-Master II Ref. 116710

Wednesday, March 1st, 2017

In our last chapter of our detailed look at the GMT-Master history, we delve into the current GMT-Master II ref. 116710. The newest Rolex pilot’s watch is unlike any that came before it. The first reference of the redesigned GMT-Master II was actually a full gold model—the ref. 16718. While the full yellow gold GMT-Master II ref. 16718 made its debut in 2005, the stainless steel version came out in 2007. Let’s examine this very popular modern stainless steel Rolex sports watch.

A Brief Overview of the Different Kinds of Watch Movements

Monday, February 27th, 2017

Over the years, the world of watchmaking has seen numerous innovations that have permanently altered the way that we go about keeping time. Traditional mechanical movements are still manufactured today; however we now have a wide variety of different watch movements, each with its own set of advantages and disadvantages.

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