Watch Care Articles



How to set your Rolex Datejust

Originally introduced into the Rolex collection in 1945 the Rolex Datejust is one of the most iconic models available on the watch market. It was the first wristwatch to have a date complication that changed itself at midnight, meaning that 'the date is always just' and providing the watch with its name; the Datejust. Later in 1953 the Datejust was given one of its iconic features, the cyclops lens and a small magnifying lens over the date and helping the wearer to see the date better. Learn how to set the Rolex Datejust here.

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Published on Sunday 16th of January 2022


Changing Watch Straps

Periodically, throughout the lifetime of a watch, you may wish to change the strap or bracelet. This may be due to the fact that the existing strap is worn or damaged, or simply that you may wish to change the appearance of the watch. What type, and size of strap do I need for my watch?

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Published on Monday 3rd of January 2022


Setting your Rolex Explorer

The Rolex Explorer was born from an extreme exhibition of human achievement, when Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay ascended to Mt Everest's peak. Norgay wore a Rolex Oyster Perpetual on his wrist that would eventually be branded, the Explorer. The Explorer has always been a little over looked in the Professional range from Rolex. It has a small, yet refined design that has remained relatively unchanged since 1953

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Published on Sunday 19th of December 2021


Box and Papers, Important or not?

When looking at buying pre-owned watches there are plenty out there that stipulate box and papers. Why is this important? Does it matter?

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Published on Tuesday 14th of December 2021


How to set the Rolex Submariner

The Rolex Submariner range is offered by Rolex as part of their ‘Professional Watches' collection. It has a clean and classic design that has remained virtually unchanged since its release in 1954. It is widely considered the staple of the modern tool watch, and is said to be ‘the reference among divers watches’ by Rolex themselves. There are a few differences in the models, with the main one being the Date and Non-Date versions. Setting the time and date on these watches can often be tricky, learn how to do it here.

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Published on Saturday 4th of December 2021


Daily Watch Care

As they are the only technical instrument that we wear directly on our bodies, wristwatches have a unique and emotional bond with us. Therefore, it is important that we give our watches a little regular TLC to help keep them in pristine condition.

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Published on Monday 22nd of November 2021


Watch Winders, What are they and do I need one?

A watch winder is a box (small or large) that inside has a place for your watch and gently rotates so that the watches movement is wound and running ensuring that all the wheels, springs and levers are kept lubricated so that the watch runs as it should

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Published on Tuesday 16th of November 2021


Using your watch in water.

Many watches are able to be used in water but do we understand what type of water we can use our watches in? Then to add to the confusion, some watches are referred to being waterproof whilst some say water resistant, what is the difference? Well waterproof means that it is 100% sealed and water cannot get in to the mechanism in anyway; whereas water resistant means that the watch is able to resist the penetration of water to some degree. Many watches now have ATM engraved on the back and this refers to the pressure a watch can withstand, it may seem a little strange but ATM stands for atmosphere. 1 atmosphere is the normal atmospheric pressure a watch would be under when static at sea level and the pressure goes up (as does the rating) depending how much pressure the watch can be put under before it may break.

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Published on Tuesday 21st of September 2021


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