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643 Rolex Watches

Price
  1. 4,00,000-4,50,000 1
  2. 7,00,000-8,00,000 2
  3. 9,00,000-10,00,000 3
  4. 10,00,000-12,50,000 9
  5. 12,50,000-15,00,000 11
  6. 15,00,000-17,50,000 4
  7. 20,00,000-25,00,000 1
  8. 25,00,000-30,00,000 2
  9. 30,00,000-35,00,000 1
  10. 35,00,000-40,00,000 2
  11. 45,00,000-50,00,000 2
  12. 75,00,000-1,00,00,000 2
Stock Status
  1. In Stock 13
  2. Out of Stock 630
Gender
  1. Men 467
  2. Women 69
  3. Unisex 107
Collections
  1. Cosmograph Daytona 34
  2. Explorer 28
  3. Datejust 222
  4. Yacht-Master 37
  5. Submariner 71
  6. GMT-Master II 31
  7. Datejust II 36
  8. Day-Date 22
  9. Oyster Perpetual 67
  10. Milgauss 9
  11. Lady-Datejust 13
  12. Sky-Dweller 15
  13. Sea-Dweller 32
  14. Cellini 10
  15. Deepsea 3
  16. Air-King 13
Dial Colour
  1. Silver 60
  2. White 80
  3. Black 230
  4. Blue 88
  5. Green 25
  6. MOP 16
  7. Red 1
  8. Grey 14
  9. Brown 12
  10. Champagne 47
  11. Ivory 7
  12. Pink 12
  13. Salmon 1
  14. Slate 31
  15. Sundust 7
  16. Purple 1
  17. Gold 4
  18. Rose 1
  19. Turquoise 6
Case Size (mm) Size Guide
  1. 23-25 2
  2. 26-28 28
  3. 29-31 25
  4. 32-34 22
  5. 35-37 151
  6. 38-40 188
  7. 41-43 211
  8. 44-46 16
Case Material
  1. Steel 270
  2. Steel & Yellow Gold 156
  3. Rose Gold 22
  4. Steel & Rose Gold 70
  5. Yellow Gold 37
  6. Steel & White Gold 68
  7. White Gold 7
  8. Platinum 4
  9. Steel & Platinum 8
  10. White Gold & Rose Gold 1
Strap Material
  1. Leather 16
  2. Steel & Yellow Gold 155
  3. Steel 345
  4. Rubber 13
  5. Steel & Rose Gold 71
  6. Yellow Gold 26
  7. Platinum 4
  8. Rose Gold 9
  9. White Gold 4
Strap Colour
  1. Silver & Yellow Gold 155
  2. Brown 8
  3. Black 20
  4. Silver 353
  5. Blue 1
  6. Silver & Rose Gold 71
  7. Yellow Gold 26
  8. Rose Gold 9
Movement
  1. Automatic 634
  2. Manual Winding 9
Water Resistance (M)
  1. 50 2
  2. 100 490
  3. 300 71
  4. 1000 1
  5. 30 5
  6. 3900 13
  7. 1220 21
Features
  1. Date 471
  2. Chronograph 34
  3. Annual Calendar 11
  4. Small Seconds 39
  5. Helium Escape Valve 27
  6. GMT 52
  7. Tachymeter 34
  8. Dual Time 8
  9. Day-Date 22
  10. Month 3
  11. Countdown Timer 3
  12. 1/8th Seconds 1
  13. Regatta Chronograph 2
Purchase Year
  1. 2016 16
  2. 2020 20
  3. 2021 13
  4. 2017 14
  5. 2007 6
  6. 2015 5
  7. 2014 22
  8. 2019 20
  9. 2004 1
  10. 2018 15
  11. 2012 10
  12. 2013 6
  13. 2002 2
  14. 2009 5
  15. 2010 7
  16. 2008 3
  17. 2011 4
  18. 1970 1
  19. 2005 3
  20. 2006 2
  21. 1976 1
  22. 2003 2
  23. 2000 3
  24. 1999 2
  25. 1998 1
  26. 2023 2
Precious Stone
  1. On Dial 79
  2. On Bezel & Dial 10
  3. On Bezel 5
Case Shape
  1. Round 638
  2. Rectangular 3
  3. Square 1
  4. Cushion 1
  1. RolexCosmograph Daytona

    NA 40 Mm

    ₹ 30,00,000

  2. RolexDatejust

    2022 41 Mm

    ₹ 14,90,000

  3. RolexYacht-Master

    2023 40 Mm

    ₹ 14,75,000

  4. RolexSea-Dweller

    2023 43 Mm

    ₹ 14,50,000

  5. RolexDatejust

    2018 41 Mm

    ₹ 14,30,000

  6. RolexDatejust

    2020 41 Mm
    sold out
  7. RolexDatejust II

    2015 41 Mm

    ₹ 13,80,000

  8. RolexYacht-Master

    2018 40 Mm

    ₹ 13,80,000

  9. RolexYacht-Master

    2019 40 Mm

    ₹ 13,25,000

  10. RolexDatejust

    2024 36 Mm

    ₹ 13,00,000

  11. RolexSea-Dweller

    2021 43 Mm

    ₹ 13,00,000

  12. RolexYacht-Master

    2023 37 Mm

    ₹ 12,75,000

  13. RolexDatejust

    2019 36 Mm
    sold out
  14. RolexDatejust

    2020 41 Mm

    ₹ 10,50,000

  15. RolexDatejust

    2021 41 Mm
    sold out
  16. RolexMilgauss

    2017 40 Mm

    ₹ 9,90,000

  17. RolexExplorer

    39 Mm
    sold out
  18. RolexOyster Perpetual

    2019 39 Mm
    sold out
  19. RolexDay-Date

    40 Mm
    sold out
  20. RolexDatejust

    2018 36 Mm
    sold out
  21. RolexAir-King

    2018 40 Mm
    sold out
  22. RolexDatejust II

    2012 41mm
    sold out
  23. RolexDatejust

    36 Mm
    sold out
  24. RolexSubmariner

    40 Mm
    sold out
  25. RolexGMT-Master II

    2012 40 Mm
    sold out
  26. RolexCosmograph Daytona

    2016 40 Mm
    sold out
  27. RolexDatejust

    1998 36 Mm
    sold out
  28. RolexYacht-Master

    35 Mm
    sold out
  29. RolexDatejust II

    2019 36 Mm
    sold out
  30. RolexCosmograph Daytona

    2011 40 Mm
    sold out
  31. RolexDay-Date

    2017 42 Mm
    sold out
  32. RolexGMT-Master II

    2000 40 Mm
    sold out
  33. RolexOyster Perpetual

    2014 36 Mm
    sold out
  34. RolexDatejust

    2016 36 Mm
    sold out
  35. RolexDatejust

    2019 28 Mm
    sold out
  36. RolexCosmograph Daytona

    2012 40 Mm
    sold out

How It All Began

The name Rolex is synonymous with the world of luxury watches. For more than a century and half, these watches have been considered to be the zenith of watchmaking excellence. Founded in the year 1905 by Hans Wilsdorf and his brother-in-law Alfred Davis in London as the watch importing company ‘Wilsdorf & Davis’, the name Rolex was registered by Hans Wilsdorf around the year 1908. Interestingly enough, the origin of the brand name can be traced back to Mr. Wilsdorf. This pioneer wanted a name that was short, could fit on the dial of the watch, and most importantly, be pronounced in every language in the world. Rolex- which Mr. Wilsdorf regarded to be onomatopoeic owing to it sounding like a watch being wound- suited the cause. Consequently, the moniker Montres Rolex S.A. was adopted as the company name in 1920 after the headquarters had been shifted from the post-war fragile economy of England to Geneva in Switzerland. 

Since then, Rolex has pioneered innovation and technology in the horological world. Currently, there are more than 4000 employees and watchmakers employed by this prestigious company from a little over 100 countries who toil away every day to create the magnificent watches.

“A Crown for Every Achievement”

Exclusively made in the country of Switzerland, the Rolex headquarters in the picturesque district of Acacias in Geneva is home to the management, research, and development (R&D), sales and marketing services. However, the most number of employees work in the site in Bienne, which is approximately 155 km from the headquarters. It is at this site where 2000 employees perfect the precision that components of the Rolex watches are known for. The hard work of the employees have bore fruit as Rolex holds the highest number of chronographs that have been certified by the Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres (COSC). A firm believer in the beauty of craftsmanship, every component in this site is handmade. 

Bracelets and cases of the watches are made in the largest of the four Rolex facilities in Switzerland, the Plan-les-Ouates site. Workers here cast the gold alloy used in the cases and bracelets, along with manufacturing raw materials and polishing finished components of the watch. It is only appropriate that the casting of Rolex watches have something unique in them, with each Rolex wristwatch having an 18C gold alloy of three variants: white gold, yellow gold, and the Rolex-patented exclusive pink gold alloy called the Everose gold alloy. The fourth site at Chêne-Bourg houses craftsmans and designers who make the dial and set the gems. Now, back at the headquarters, all these three components are assembled together to give form to the stunning and exclusive Rolex watches! The entire process really embodies the care and finesse of making such exquisite pieces of art that are a perfect example of the best craftsmanship, design, and innovation! 

Pioneering Innovations Suited For The Greats

The Rolex Oyster, released in 1926 was the world’s first dustproof and waterproof watch. Groundbreaking designs soon followed with the Perpetual Movement in 1931, which was released to acclaim as the world’s first self-winding mechanism. This set in motion the foundation of every modern wristwatch. Being at the forefront of new innovations have been the forte of Rolex, with the company using every opportunity to test the limits. From legendary British swimmer Mercedes Gleitze crossing the English Channel in 1927 wearing a Rolex Oyster, to Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay using Oyster Perpetuals on their Everest expedition - Rolex has been the choice of legends. Sporting icons like Tiger Woods and Roger Federer have regularly worn the Rolexes. On his solitary voyage to the Mariana Trench, filmmaker James Cameron had an Oyster Perpetual Rolex Deepsea Challenge. This experimental watch was designed painstakingly to withstand the pressures of over 12,000 meters (39,370 feet) underwater.

Founder Hans Wilsdorf always believed that every person had the ability to strive for innovation and excellence. 115 years after the founder set the clock ticking, now more than ever, Rolex continues to create extraordinary innovations leading to excellence in watchmaking.