Rolex in Precious Metals: The Most Memorable Watches from the Brand
Around the Crown • 28m
Sport watches like the Rolex Submariner and Daytona have a long history with various precious metals, dials, and gem designs. Tim Mosso and Mike Manjos are here again with another episode of Around the Crown to look back at the history of Rolex in precious metals along with some of their most memorable examples. Watches like the Smurf, Sky-Dweller, and Rainbow Daytona are all discussed as models that came from Rolex's use of diverse materials.
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