Master engraver Bram Ramon shared this video of his incredible craftsmanship, as he carves an intricate design into the band of a Rolex Submariner divers watch, taking an already elegant timepiece, and turning it into a wearable work of art.
Special Forces Issue modifies Rolex Submariners using the legendary Military Submariner as their main inspiration. Their latest custom is the Desert Issue 01, so named for its beautiful desert sand coating and matching desert camo NATO strap.
Watchfinder & Co.’s Head Watchmaker Tony Williams will slowly but surely unhinge your lower jaw from your skull as he takes apart a Rolex Submariner. Then – get this – he successfully puts it back together. Tony, you da real MVP.
If you’ve always wanted a Rolex, but couldn’t afford to buy one new, look no further than Bob’s Watches, an online exchange offering buying and selling of quality Rolex watches, with both buy and sell prices readily accessible.
This 1966 Oyster Perpetual Air-King Precision is the pinnacle of understated elegance. The stainless steel case, silver dial and tricolor wrist strap combine for a timeless (if a little patriotic) look.