Quiz Answers: How Much Do You Know About Rolex?

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We hope you enjoyed our “April Fools Day” Rolex watches quiz.  The correct answers for each question are in green below.

  1. How many points are on the Rolex crown?
    1. 3
    2. 4
    3. 5
    4. 7
  2. Which of these Rolex models was introduced first?
    1. Submariner
    2. Datejust
    3. Explorer
    4. Daytona
  3. Which metal is NOT an option for the Rolex Submariner?
    1. Platinum
    2. Stainless steel
    3. 18k gold
    4. Two-tone (steel and gold)
  4. How big is the current Rolex Daytona?
    1. 36mm
    2. 38mm
    3. 40mm
    4. 42mm
  5. What is the name of Rolex’s proprietary pink gold alloy?
    1. Oystergold
    2. Paragold
    3. Oysterose
    4. Everose
  6. Which of these Rolex models has never been made in solid gold?
    1. Submariner
    2. Yacht-Master
    3. Explorer II
    4. GMT-Master II
  7. Which Rolex bracelet was designed specifically for the Datejust collection?
    1. Jubilee
    2. President
    3. Oyster
    4. Pearlmaster
  8. All Rolex fluted bezels are made from what material?
    1. Platinum
    2. Stainless steel
    3. Ceramic
    4. Gold
  9. What is NOT an option for Rolex GMT-Master II bezel colors?
    1. Blue/Red
    2. Green
    3. Black
    4. Black/Blue
  10. How does the Rolex Daytona’s bezel rotate?
    1. Clockwise
    2. Counterclockwise
    3. Both directions
    4. It does not rotate
  11. What is NOT a color that has been used for the Rolex Submariner’s dial?
    1. Black
    2. Green
    3. White
    4. Blue
  12. What is the depth rating for the Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller?
    1. 300 feet
    2. 1000 feet
    3. 3,900 feet
    4. 12,800 feet
  13. What is the case diameter of the current Rolex Explorer II?
    1. 36mm
    2. 40mm
    3. 42mm
    4. 44mm
  14. What is Rolex’s name for the use of steel and gold on a single watch?
    1. Oystergold
    2. Rolesor
    3. Dualgold
    4. Rolesium
  15. What is the meaning of the last digit in Rolex reference numbers?
    1. Metal type
    2. Dial color
    3. Bezel color
    4. Year of production

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