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The Rolex Daytona Experience

Paul Altieri

Watch enthusiasts won’t want to miss the new Rolex iPad app: The Rolex Daytona Experience. The app celebrates the legacy and history of the Rolex Cosmograph Daytona, now celebrating 50 years of style, in a beautiful interactive iPad app.

The Rolex Daytona Experience is on the ipad app
The Rolex Daytona Experience is unique and a once in a lifetime event. Partake in it before its too late.

The iOS app itself includes 16 chapters with articles and videos detailing the legend of the Rolex Cosmograph Daytona. Of course, there’s even a showroom that lets you play with an interactive Rolex Cosmograph Daytona: you can start and stop the Chronograph, open and close the clasp, view the watch at night and truly explore the Rolex Cosmograph Daytona from every angle.

Immerse yourself in the Rolex Comsograph’s history, which includes features on some of the high profile patrons who wear Rolex like Roger Federer and Paul Newman. You’ll also learn more about the Daytona racetrack and Rolex’s longstanding history in the world of auto racing, including plenty of details surrounding Formula 1 racing and pit operation.

Check out the trailer video below for The Rolex Daytona Experience:


The Rolex Cosmograph Daytona watch is truly timeless, and the iPad app does a beautiful job detailing the watch’s rich history. Exclusive videos and the interactive features look just gorgeous on the iPad’s retina display. You’ll find a chapter on the 50th Anniversary all platinum Rolex Daytona as well. And, all about the 4130 Rolex Daytona movement.

The Rolex Daytona Experience is a must-download app for watch enthusiasts. It is a free download on the iTunes store for iPad users.


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Paul Altieri