Rolex Bracelets Repair
Purchasing a Rolex carries first of all long term benefits for the owners. This watch steadily regains its value over time due to eventually surpassing its initial price. In addition, a Rolex watch that has been well maintained can become a solid investment.
Rolex is known for its innovative and beautifully crafted timepieces. Though their watches may vary greatly, Rolex only offers a few bracelet types including:
Modern Rolex watches mark each bracelet with a unique reference number, which can only be seen when you remove the bracelet from the watch case. The last digit on the unique reference number refers to the type of material.
- 0 = Stainless Steel
- 1 = Yellow Gold Filled
- 2 = White Gold Filled or Stainless Steel & Platinum
- 3 = Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
- 4 = Stainless Steel & White Gold
- 5 = Gold Shell or 18k Pink Gold or Rose Gold
- 6 = Platinum
- 7 = 14k Yellow Gold
- 8 = 18k Yellow Gold
- 9 = 18k White Gold
Oyster Bracelets Repair
Introduced in the late 1930s, the Oyster bracelet is probably the most popular Rolex bracelet because of its durability and design. Offering flat three‑piece links, this bracelet is less prone to stretching. Most of all view the Oyster as the sportier band. Currently, this band appears on the entire range of Professional watches.
Jubilee Bracelets Repair
This classy yet comfortable five-piece link bracelet was specifically designed for the launch of the Oyster Perpetual Datejust in 1945. As a result, the modern version is fitted with a Crownclasp, making the entire item look less than a traditional watch band and rather than a piece of fine jewelry.
President Bracelets Repair
Introduced in 1956, this bracelet was designed specifically for the Rolex Day-Date also referred to as the “Rolex President” by some collectors. Comprised of with domed three-piece links, the President bracelet is reserved for the Day-Date and as a result is always fitted with a Crownclasp.