Replica Wholesale Center Audemars Piguet Royal Oak 18k Gold 26 mm Quartz Ladies

But the highlight for me personally was the Royal Oak Frosted Gold. This item was severely dope and I suggest that at the least precocious way possible. “Frosted Gold” is like the excess pizza topping you never knew you needed. Sure, that pepperoni pizza is great, but have you ever tried it with honey? Nah, did not think so. Frosted Gold is similar to that. First thing’s first, this watch was made to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the first ladies’ Royal Oak made by Jacqueline Dimier at 1976 (technically the Frosted Gold premiered in 2016, even though it wasn’t available to see until SIHH). It was a pretty major deal at the time because most women’s watches were not that stylish and Dimier’s layout was accurate to the guys’s Royal Oak but with a few slight adjustments to size and aesthetics. A similar approach was taken for the brand new Frosted Gold pieces. Audemars Piguet partnered with Florentine jeweler Carolina Bucci to collaborate on this particular anniversary piece. Bucci is known for her bold jewelry pieces which often have a hammered finish. This process will call the Florentine Technique and it involves a diamond-tipped, needle-like tool which hammers into the surface of gold, making tiny facets. This allows for a nearly diamond-like look that shimmers and can be demanding to the touch.

But the highlight for me was that the Royal Oak Frosted Gold. This item was severely dope and I suggest that at the precocious way possible. “Frosted Gold” resembles the excess pizza topping you never knew you needed. Sure, that pepperoni pizza is good, but have you ever tried it with honey? Nah, did not think so. Frosted Gold is just like that. The first thing is first, this view was created to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the first women’ Royal Oak made by Jacqueline Dimier in 1976 (technically the Frosted Gold premiered in 2016, even if it was not readily available to see until SIHH). It was a fairly major deal at the time since most women’s watches were not that sporty and Dimier’s layout was accurate to the guys’s Royal Oak but with some small adjustments to aesthetics and size. A similar approach was taken for the brand new Frosted Gold pieces. Audemars Piguet partnered with Florentine jeweler Carolina Bucci to collaborate on this particular anniversary piece. Bucci is known for her daring jewelry pieces which frequently have a hammered finish. This procedure is call the Florentine Technique also it entails a diamond-tipped, needle-like tool that hammers into the surface of stone, creating tiny facets. This allows for an almost diamond-like appearance that shimmers and is rough to the touch.

  • A gorgeous 18ct Yellow Gold Second-hand Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Ladies Wrist Watch.When the first Royal Oak first came out, it was nicknamed the “Jumbo” because of its 39 millimeter diameter, which was believed oversized at the time. Finally, the Royal Oak was produced in a 36 mm case size, and in a 39 millimeter diameter up until last year. The outgoing 39 millimeter production version didn’t possess an in-house produced dial, and the logo was implemented in place of the 12 o’clock hour marker. Now, as of SIHH 2012, the Royal Oak comes in a 41 mm plus a 37 millimeter instance, together with the 39 mm being earmarked only for the (Royal Extra-Thin “Jumbo”and Royal Oak Skeleton models). The newest Royal Oak now has the AP logo applied to the dial just beneath the 12 o’clock marker, allowing for the designers to put in a real hour mark for 12 o’clock, which, in this circumstance, is a facetted white gold implemented double baton marker, a significant improvement aesthetically. Measuring 41 x 9.80 mm — the new Royal Oak is only slightly larger than it predecessor, but as I mentioned previously, the dial is also vastly improved. Along with the case back is currently open, something not previously offered in this collection. Which, of course, is a shame for any movement coming from Le Brassus. And as I mentioned previously, there’s also a new 37 millimeter version for those who have small wrists (or women). Which one works best for you truly matters on your wrist size and personal taste. I tried on all three along with also the 37 mm is definitely too small for my wrist (which is 7 inches in circumference), the 39 mm appears good and so does the 41 mm, so which one did I prefer? Read on and I will say.

  • The Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph celebrates its twentieth birthday this season and is in danger of being overshadowed by the fortieth anniversary of its more famous cousin, the Royal Oak. The Offshore is a design classic and the 37mm case size matches a female wrist admirably.The Méga Tapisserie dial in black is a bold growth of the Petite Tapisserie dial first seen on the 1972 Royal Oak.Continuing the angelic colour of the numerals, the “Royal Oak” hour and second hands are white gold using luminescent coating.A clean, narrow second hand is used for its chrono function.The dial features three sub-dials; hour chrono counter, minute chrono counter tops and subsidiary seconds. The sub-dials replicate the monochrome pallete with white; numerals, indices and hands exhibited to a black background.A date aperture is located between 4 o’clock and 5 o’clock. An octagonol bezel frames the dial and contains eight screws. The screw heads perfectly stick to the adjacent line of the bezel. No detail is overlooked.This particular model includes four brilliant-cut diamonds between each screw head, 32 in total.I have seen some independent merchants retro-fit diamonds to a Audemars Piguet, but this is fraught with danger.Audemars Piguet resources diamonds ethically, no battle or so “blood diamonds” are utilized. Moreover, the quality of the diamonds is very high.To retro-fit diamonds to a fine timepiece would be to undermine its integrity. It reminds me of someone purchasing a prestigious motorcar simply to match a cheap aftermarket set of metal wheels.The bezel is rubber clad and affords the watch that a sporty feel. Available in a choice of black or white, I discuss Aphrodite’s predilection for black.

  • It had been a few months later that this piece appeared again! My boyfriend knew I have been stalking the regular stores and forums, and did exactly the same after I lamented how difficult it was to get this opinion. He resourcefully found a bit on the second hand market, and gave it to me for my birthday!! The Royal Oak layout is iconic and a definite head turner. On closer look, the leaves have centerfolds in order that they shine differently when the light hits from other angles. A similar approach is required for the hour and minute hands to provide the watch face a rounded and softer appearance than the classical Royal Oak.With a 5.25″ wrist, so most watches above 37mm would not sit pretty. For the automated movements, the 15400 and 15450/15451 are 41mm and 37mm respectively (replacing the 15300 which is 39mm) and certainly cannot sit nicely on a wrist like mine. Moreover, the bigger case and lugs are designed at a predetermined angle so that it becomes pretty awkward once the overhang is too far from the wrist. But the 77321 measures just 33mm, and this also fits most women wrists perfectly, and looks more elegant than an otherwise rustic rock star look.

  • The next matter to capture a female’s attention would certainly be her very best friends on the iconic bezel. 32 brilliant-cut diamonds set perfectly on the bezel. I particularly like the black dial with stainless steel case because it brings out the sparkle in diamonds. While the black straps and dial provide a dark contrasting background, the silver bezel as well as adds on the glow of these stones, which makes them look brighter and larger. In any case, black goes well with gowns and accessories.Then there are some curves from the details to make it more feminine. The curve of the glass also gives a jewelled texture, instead of a clean routine glass. Definitely a wonderful touch to add curves on a crown which has been modelled to seem more like a nut.For the women interested in the works, this bit runs on Calibre 2240. This is most likely one of the hardly any versions, of not the sole, Ladies Royal Oak Selfwinding. Most other Ladies Royal Oak are quartz bits. Besides the clear “Automatic” tag in o’clock, another easy way to tell them apart is date window that is missing from the quartz movement.Overall, this period item is readily worn from work to weekend shoppings and fine dining. It is elegant without being dainty; bold without being flamboyant; classical without being boring.Bio notes: Sharon Tan is a engineer through and through, constantly fascinated by machinery and gadgets large and little. She was introduced to horology comparatively recently, and was instantly captivated by the blend of art, science and technology all encased in a disk. Her choice of watches ranges wildly from simple iconic pieces to watches with intriguing movements or exceptional finishing. She also wants to attract more women into this male-dominated industry. Out of her work and watches, you are most likely to find her jogging.

  • Photography notes: The opinion is particularly difficult to picture to reveal the complex tapisserie patterns on the dial while keeping vulnerability proper for the remaining portion of the dial and then show the hands. But therein lies the attraction. The combination of the black dial, the patterns onto it, together with all the black polished hands means an exposure to show all elements isn’t usually possible. But on the wrist, the watch shows a rich veneer of the dial feel playing with light, catching it from various angles. The gorgeous texture and pattern only revealing itself close examination. A fast, cursory look at the opinion would only reveal a black dial, which might appear totally with no texture.Also notice that the watch is worn with Sharon, and carries the marks of daily use. While we did take some measures to wash out the view, we left some of the instant debris to demonstrate that this is a well loved watch, worn by the proprietor, rather than a safe queen simply for use for display.It is unmistakable. There is the strongbox case, the octagonal bezel, which is inspired by a ship’s cannon scuttles — or porthole to us non-maritime types — that is secured by eight visible hexagonal screws and the Grande Tapisserie motif on the dial. This is a cult watch style at its best.This isn’t a watch for those desiring something ultra female. It’s a substantial piece with strong lines and a no-nonsense texture for this. That said, if it’s diamonds you’re after, the Royal Oak does come in a fully iced version when you’ve got a couple of hundred thousand lying about. It’s a 40-hour power book and also the sub-dials are a small seconds at six o’clock, 30-minute counter at 3 and 12-hour indicator at nine.

  • A gorgeous 18ct Yellow Gold Second-hand Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Ladies Singapore Replica Wrist Watch.When the first Royal Oak first came out, it had been nicknamed the “Jumbo” because of its 39 millimeter diameter, which was believed oversized at the moment. Finally, the Royal Oak was created at a 36 mm case size, and in a 39 mm diameter up until last year. The outgoing 39 mm production version didn’t have an in-house produced dial, and the logo was implemented rather than the 12 o’clock hour marker. Now, as of SIHH 2012, the Royal Oak comes at a 41 mm plus a 37 millimeter case, together with all the 39 mm being reserved exclusively for the (Royal Extra-Thin “Jumbo”and Royal Oak Skeleton versions). The new Royal Oak now has the AP logo put on the dial just beneath the 12 o’clock mark, allowing for its designers to put in a real hour marker for 12 o’clock, which, in this case, is a facetted white gold applied double baton marker, a significant improvement aesthetically. Measuring 41 x 9.80 mm the new Royal Oak is just slightly larger than it predecessor, but as I mentioned above, the dial is also vastly improved. And also the case back is now open, something not previously offered within this collection. Which, of course, is a pity for any movement coming out of Le Brassus. And as I mentioned above, there is also a new 37 mm version for those who have small wrists (or girls). Which one works best for you really matters in your wrist size and personal taste. I attempted all three along with also the 37 mm is definitely too small on my wrist (that is 7 inches in circumference), the 39 mm appears great and so does the 41 mm, so that one did I like? Continue reading and I will tell you.

  • The Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph celebrates its twentieth birthday this season and is in danger of being overshadowed by the fortieth anniversary of its more famous cousin, the Royal Oak. The Offshore is a design classic and the 37mm case size suits a feminine wrist admirably.The Méga Tapisserie dial in black is a daring evolution of the Petite Tapisserie dial first observed on the 1972 Royal Oak.Continuing the angelic hue of the numerals, the “Royal Oak” hour and second hands are white gold with luminescent coating.A clean, narrow second hand is used for the chrono function.The dial features three sub-dials; hour chrono counter, minute chrono counter tops and subsidiary seconds. The sub-dials replicate the black pallete with white; numerals, indices and hands exhibited to a black background.A date aperture can be found between 4 o’clock and 5 o’clock. An octagonol bezel frames the dial and features eight screws. The screw heads perfectly follow the adjoining line of the bezel. No detail is overlooked.This particular model features four brilliant-cut diamonds between each screw head, 32 in total.I have seen some independent merchants retro-fit diamonds to an Audemars Piguet, however, this is filled with danger.Audemars Piguet sources diamonds, no conflict or so “blood diamonds” are utilized. In addition, the quality of the diamonds is quite high.To retro-fit diamonds to a fine timepiece is to undermine its integrity. It reminds me of someone buying a prestigious motorcar only to fit a inexpensive aftermarket set of alloy wheels.The bezel is rubber clad and affords the watch a sporty feel. Available in a choice of white or black, I personally share Aphrodite’s predilection for black.

  • Details

    The satin-finish works in harmony with the brilliance of the diamonds.The chrono-pushers and crown are coated in rubber and screw-locked. The crown has a number of its stainless steel center observable, underscoring the cohesion of the substances chosen.The rubber band and case are joined in purposeful union which no person will easily put asunder. The strap also features the Audemars Piguet branded deployant in stainless steel.The case back is solid. That is my one frustration with this watch since I know that a sapphire case back could yield a wonderful spectacle of this peerless craftsmanship typical of AP. I recently made this comment to a person from Audermars Piguet. I explained I can see the gratifying form of a gorgeous woman in an attractive dress, but just like most alpha males that I wish to admire the lingerie beneath even more.The motion is finely finished and lovely to behold. I have had the fantastic fortune to view Audemars Piguet moves at close quarters and they absolutely demonstrate that the mechanical mastery of the natives of Le Brassus.The 18-carat gold strand is delightfully detailed with Côtes de Genève motif. The plate and bridges feature circular graining. Chamfering and polishing are expertly executed with due patience given in the pursuit of perfection.Few Manufacture movements can match the sublime splendour of an AP movement.Motor-racing has always been intriguing for me as long as I can remember. However, as I look back at my weekend in Belgium, it was the opinion worn by a blonde beauty named Aphrodite that is in the forefront of my recollections.I have always had a fascination with sartorial elegance and enjoyed the elegance of nice, feminine couture.

    The incredibly complex construction of the bracelet means that this is one watch that won’t also double as an epilator. The white dial gives the view a unrelenting look on the wrist than its instance dimensions would have you think — it’s a fairly major individual, clocking in as it does at 41mm. The overall look is sporty, but this is not some thing to wear with an LBD, but it does have an elegance to it, something which feels reminiscent of the complex thuggery of Daniel Craig’s Bond.It’s been just 64 days since I held the new Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Frosted Gold, and it has now been just 64 days of me overlooking it. This view is everything I want and more. It is sporty, trendy, timeless, bright, too much, too little, and, first and foremost, I need it. Like, a lot. But before getting into my effusive feelings on this beauty, let’s get in the story behind this wonderful timepiece and how it was at the first place.If you are an avid reader of HODINKEE, you probably know the history of this Royal Oak like back of your wrist. In any case, here’s a quick refresher.The Royal Oak was designed by now-legendary watch designer Gerald Genta in 1971. It shot to super-stardom over the years and was released in several different variations and references (the 5402, 14802, 15400, and 15202, to mention a few) continuously from then until today. The watch has always been known for it’s sporty octagonal case shape, substantial link decoration, and grande tapisserie dial. It is a legend and even in the event that you don’t enjoy it, you kind of need to respect its status in the horological hall of fame.

    Basic Info

    Brand Audemars Piguet
    Model Royal Oak Lady
    Ref. No. B62349
    Chrono24-ID 4y2tw2
    Movement Quartz
    Case material Yellow gold
    Bracelet material Yellow gold
    Year 2000-2009
    Condition 2 (fine)
    Gender Ladies’ watch
    Location United States of America, Massachusetts, Boston
    Price $4,850
    Availability Available now

    Caliber

    Movement Quartz

    Case

    Case material Yellow gold
    Case diameter 26 mm
    Water resistance 1 ATM
    Dial Grey
    Dial numerals No numerals
    The incredibly intricate structure of this bracelet means this is 1 watch that won’t also double as an epilator. The white dial gives the watch a less unrelenting appearance on the wrist than its instance dimensions would have you think — it’s a fairly major fellow, clocking in as it does at 41mm. The general look is sporty, but this isn’t some thing to wear with an LBD, but it will possess an elegance to it, something that feels reminiscent of the sophisticated thuggery of Daniel Craig’s Bond.It’s been just 64 days since I held the brand new Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Frosted Gold, and it has now been just 64 days of me overlooking it. This watch is everything I want and more. It is sporty, cool, timeless, bright, too much, too small, and, most of all, I want it. But before getting into my effusive feelings with this beauty, let us get in the story behind this awesome timepiece and how it was at the first place.If you’re a avid reader of HODINKEE, you likely know the background of this Royal Oak like back of your wrist. Whatever the case, here is a quick refresher.The Royal Oak was created by now-legendary watch designer Gerald Genta in 1971. It took to super-stardom over the last few years and was released in several unique versions and references (the 5402, 14802, 15400, and 15202, to name a couple) continuously from then until now. The watch has always been known for it’s sporty octagonal case silhouette, substantial link bracelet, and grande tapisserie dial. It is a legend and even if you don’t enjoy it, you sort of need to respect its status in the horological hall of fame.

    Bracelet/strap

    Bracelet material Yellow gold
    Bracelet color Yellow
    Clasp Fold clasp, hidden
    Clasp material Yellow gold

    Others

    Only Original Parts

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    Description

    100% Authentic Audemars Piguet Royal Oak

    Conditions: Very Good (8.5/10)

    Service: NOT serviced, refined, restored or redone

    Functions: ALL running well.

    Movement: Quartz Swiss-Made

    The crown has a number of its stainless steel core visible, underscoring that the cohesion of the substances chosen.The rubber band and case are joined in purposeful marriage which no person will readily put asunder. The strap also features the Audemars Piguet branded deployant in stainless steel.The case back is solid. This is my only real frustration with this watch as I know that a sapphire case back could yield a great spectacle of the peerless craftsmanship typical of AP. I recently made this comment to a person from Audermars Piguet. I clarified I can see the pleasing form of a gorgeous lady in an attractive dress, but just like most alpha males that I wish to admire the lingerie beneath even more.The movement is finished and wonderful to behold. I’ve had the good fortune to see Audemars Piguet moves at close quarters and they perfectly demonstrate the mechanical mastery of the natives of Le Brassus.The 18-carat gold strand is delightfully detailed with Côtes de Genève motif. The plate and bridges feature circular graining. Chamfering and polishing are expertly executed with due patience afforded in the pursuit of perfection.Few Manufacture movements can match the sublime splendour of an AP movement.Motor-racing has always been intriguing for me for as long as I can remember. However, as I look back at my weekend in Belgium, it was the watch worn by a blond beauty named Aphrodite that is in the forefront of my own recollections.I have always had a fascination with sartorial elegance and appreciated the elegance of nice, feminine couture.
    Signed Audemars Piguet: Dial, Case, Crown, Bracelet and Movement

    Material: 18k Solid Yellow Gold Case, Crown and Bracelet

    Reference #: B62349

    Serial: 8xx

    Diameter: 26.0 mm without crown

    Length: 6.5 inches long (end to end)

    Dial: Grey

    Hour Markers & Hands: Gold

    Year: 2000’s

    Other: Screw on Back

    •No Box. No Papers

    All photographs are of the ACTUAL watch. Please look at the pictures closely
    A gorgeous 18ct Yellow Gold Second-hand Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Ladies Wrist Watch.When the first Royal Oak first came out, it had been nicknamed the “Jumbo” because of its 39 millimeter diameter, which had been believed oversized at the time. Finally, the Royal Oak was created in a 36 millimeter case size, in a 39 millimeter diameter, up until last year. The outgoing 39 mm manufacturing model did not have an in-house produced dial, along with the logo was implemented rather than the 12 o’clock hour marker. Now, as of SIHH 2012, the Royal Oak comes at a 41 mm plus a 37 mm case, together with the 39 mm being reserved only for the (Royal Extra-Thin “Jumbo”and Royal Oak Skeleton models). The new Royal Oak currently has the AP logo put on the dial just beneath the 12 o’clock marker, allowing for the designers to put in a real hour marker for 12 o’clock, which, in this case, is a facetted white golden applied dual baton mark, a significant improvement aesthetically. Measuring 41 x 9.80 mm the new Royal Oak is just marginally larger as it predecessor, but as I mentioned previously, the dial can be vastly improved. And the case back is now open, something not previously offered within this collection. Which, clearly, is a pity for any movement coming out of Le Brassus. And as I mentioned previously, there is also a new 37 mm version for those who have small wrists (or women). Which one works best for you really matters in your wrist size and private taste. I attempted all three along with also the 37 mm is definitely too small for my wrist (which is 7 inches in circumference), the 39 mm looks great so does the 41 mm, so which one did I like? Continue reading and I will say.

    The exceptionally intricate construction of the bracelet signifies that this is one watch that won’t also double as an epilator. The white dial gives the watch a less unrelenting appearance on the wrist compared to its case dimensions would have you think — it’s a rather major individual, clocking in as it does at 41mm. The overall look is sporty, this isn’t something to wear with an LBD, but it does possess an elegance to it, something which feels reminiscent of the complex thuggery of Daniel Craig’s Bond.It’s been just 64 days since I first held the brand new Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Frosted Gold, and it’s now been exactly 64 times of me overlooking it. This watch is everything I need and more. It is sporty, trendy, timeless, bright, too much, too little, and, first and foremost, I need it. Like, a lot. But before getting in my effusive feelings with this beauty, let us get into the story behind this wonderful timepiece and how it was in the first place.If you are an avid reader of HODINKEE, you probably know the background of this Royal Oak like back of your wrist. In any case, here is a fast refresher.The Royal Oak was designed by now-legendary watch designer Gerald Genta in 1971. It took to super-stardom through the last few years and has been released in many different versions and references (the 5402, 14802, 15400, and 15202, to name a few) continuously from then until today. The watch has always been famous for it’s sporty octagonal case silhouette, substantial link decoration, and grande tapisserie dial. It is a legend and even if you don’t enjoy it, you sort of need to honor its status in the horological hall of fame.
    The item is described correctly, if you have any question please contact me and I’ll be pleased to answer you.

    I have been a member of the National Association Watch and Clock Collectors (NAWCC) and the International Watch and Jewelry Guild (IWJG) for many years, please bid with confidence.

    REMEMBER, this is a used watch so assume that it may have few scratches and light dents.

    International Buyer: We will try to reduce the taxes and fees of your import by declaring and describing the watch appropriately, but ultimately is YOUR Responsibility to clear the watch from your local customs office. We do not pay for any of those fees. Please investigate your customs regulations before your purchase. Feel free to send me a message if you have any questions or concerns.

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    CONDITIONS

    Please note that some of my watches are marked as “2 (fine)” because Chrono24 does not allow me to list them as “1.5 (very good)”. Those watches are more than fine, I do not list them as “1(mint)” to be conservative, nothing else.
    I expect that one day I could own one of those watches, but I am going to have to start eating a lot of ramen. A chance sighting of a Greek lady’s watch, an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph women model, caused Angus Davies to review Aphrodite’s watch.I initially seen the trail in 1999 and was aghast at the speed of Formula One cars driving through Eau Rouge, up the steep gradient of Raidillon and throughout the blind bend at the peak of the hill.A current sojourn in the track was a sedate affair, classic automobile racing courtesy of my hosts Audemars Piguet.The site of Piquet’s Brabham or Jones’s Williams negotiating La Source took me straight back to my own youth and watching Formula One policy on Sunday night television. Fleetwood Mac’s The Chain still resonates about my cerebral matter each time I think of the era.I climbed into the front passenger seat of a Nissan GTR and giggled as a teenage girl as we entered Blanchimont at break-neck speed. The second was surreal. The seatbelts strained to fasten my chest as g-forces grew in size and vacillated between negative and positive g.A few laps at the air-condtioned relaxation of the front passenger seat and I was tired. As I Envision multiplying the warmth, g-forces, rate and interval on the track, I’m left in awe of Prost, Senna, Schumacher, Alonso, Vettel et al.The excitement of the track paled by comparison once I viewed the huge array of watches on display from Le Brassus.

    Ratings:

    0 (new)

    1 (mint)

    2 (fine)

    3 (fair)

    4 (poor)

    5 (scrap)

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    RETURN POLICIES

    If you are not satisfied with your purchase you can contact me to discuss the possibility of returning the item. We only accept returns within 5 days, no EXCEPTIONS will be made, if is over the 5 days period we will deny the return. You will receive a full refund minus all shipping charges and it will be granted when the item has been returned in its original conditions. The buyer is always responsible for return shipping charges. Returns must be done by EMS or normal registered mail to my US registered mailing address.

    We only offer 5-days returns and repairs performed by us. We do not cover any repairs or services done with outside independent watchmakers or craftsmen, buyers are 100% responsible of these costs if decide to do it. Be sure that i send the watch in tested working conditions, if the watch doesn’t get to you in good working conditions please contact me as soon as possible to discuss the return. You must understand that most of my watches are antiques and vintage, so they are not as precise as digital or quartz watches. Since these are vintage and pre-owned watches please assume that there might be scratches and some light dents. I try to describe the items to the best of my ability but remember is your responsibility to ask any concerns or doubts about the item before the purchase.

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    AUTHENTICITY

    In the case of Rolex Watches we are independent sellers of second-hand Rolex watches. The Rolex Watch Company Ltd has no obligation to warrant any watch sold by us. We are the only warrant of Rolex watches for sale. We are an independent dealer of fine vintage and aren’t an authorized agent or affiliated with any of the fine manufacturers whose watches we sell. We aren’t affiliated with the Rolex Watch Company Ltd., Rolex Watch USA Inc. or any of its subsidiaries. All Rolex watches we offer are used. Every Rolex has been meticulously examined and authenticated by our Rolex certified watchmaker, guaranteeing they reach the same conditions as described. The packaging and documentation aren’t included on any subject, except as noted in the description. As with most second-hand watches, the original box or documents are not available because they were not retained by the original owner watches. We sell used watches so, we never guarantee as waterproof or water-resistant watches that we sell unless if the watch is “Brand New” and manufactured for as such. Since we primarily sell second hand watches we have no way to be sure if the watch has retained the original waterproofing or resistance it may have had when new. We don’t have carriers or pick-ups for security. Thanks for your understanding.