Rolex Submariner Watches

The Rolex Submariner Watches Oyster Perpetual is a reference among divers’ watches; it is the watch that unlocked the deep. Launched in 1953, the Submariner was the first divers’ wristwatch waterproof to a depth of 100 metres (330 feet). This was the second great breakthrough in the technical mastery of waterproofness, following the invention of the Oyster, the world’s first waterproof wristwatch, in 1926. In watchmaking, the Submariner represented a historic turning point; it set the standard for divers’ watches.


Rolex Submariner FAQ

1. How much is a new Rolex Submariner?

The price of a new Rolex Submariner can vary based on the model and material, but prices typically range from $12,000 to $45,000.

2. How to wind a Rolex Submariner?

To wind a Rolex Submariner, follow these steps:
  • Unscrew the crown.
  • Rotate the crown clockwise about 30-40 times.
  • Screw the crown back in place.
*Note: Some Rolex Submariner models have a self-winding mechanism, and do not require manual winding.

3. How to change the date on a Rolex Submariner?

To change the date on a Rolex Submariner, follow these steps:
  • Pull the crown out to the first position.
  • Turn the crown until the date changes.
  • Push the crown back to its original position.
*Note: Changing the date on a Rolex Submariner should be done between 9 PM and 3 AM, when the watch is in a neutral position, to prevent damaging the date mechanism.

4. How to set time on Rolex Submariner

To set the time on a Rolex Submariner, follow these steps:
  • Pull the crown out to the first position.
  • Turn the crown to set the hour and minute hands to the correct time.
  • Push the crown back to its original position.
*Note: Ensure the crown is securely screwed back in place after setting the time to maintain the watch's water resistance.

5. How to clean a Rolex Submariner?

To clean a Rolex Submariner, follow these steps:
  • Use a soft cloth to remove any dirt or smudges from the watch face and band.
  • If the watch is dirty or has become wet, use a mild soap and water solution to clean it.
  • Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials that could damage the watch.
  • Dry the watch thoroughly after cleaning.
*Note: To maintain the watch's water resistance, ensure that the crown and case back are securely fastened after cleaning. Consider having a professional watchmaker perform a regular maintenance check on the watch.

6. Where is the serial number on a Rolex Submariner?

The serial number on a Rolex Submariner is typically located on the inner rim of the watch's case between the lugs at the 6 o'clock position. Some models may also have the serial number engraved on the case back or the bracelet clasp.

7. Why is Rolex Submariner so expensive?

The Rolex Submariner is expensive for several reasons, including:
  • Brand reputation: Rolex is one of the most well-known luxury watch brands in the world, known for its precision and craftsmanship.
  • Materials: The Submariner is made of high-quality materials, such as stainless steel, 18k gold, or platinum, which add to its value.
  • Quality: Rolex is known for producing watches with exceptional quality and durability, which are built to last a lifetime.
  • Scarcity: Rolex carefully controls the production and distribution of its watches, making them rare and highly sought after.
  • Legacy: The Submariner is a classic watch design with a long history and a strong cultural significance, which contributes to its value.

8. How many jewels in a Rolex Submariner?

Most Rolex Submariner watches have 31 jewels in their movement, although the exact number may vary depending on the model and type of movement. The jewels are used as bearings for the gears in the movement, helping to reduce friction and improve the accuracy and reliability of the watch.

9. How to spot a fake Rolex Submariner?

To spot a fake Rolex Submariner, consider the following: Quality: A genuine Rolex will have excellent craftsmanship and attention to detail. Check for any signs of poor quality, such as misaligned or jagged edges. Logos and font: Check the logos and font on the dial, bezel, and case back for any inconsistencies or mistakes. Weight: A genuine Rolex will have a solid and substantial feel to it. If the watch feels light or cheap, it may be a fake. Serial number: Check the serial number on the watch and compare it to an official Rolex database to confirm its authenticity. Movement: The movement of a genuine Rolex will be precise and smooth, with no hesitation or jumping. Price: If the price of a Rolex Submariner seems too good to be true, it may be a fake. Note: It's recommended to purchase a Rolex from an authorized dealer or reputable seller to ensure the authenticity of the watch.

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