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Rachel Littlewood is the Operations Director at Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood. She is based at Exeter in Devon.
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Review Entries for Day Thursday, June 27, 2013

Rolex distribute high quality wristwatches which are sold under the Rolex and Tudor brands. There are three lines that Rolex have produced, 'Oyster Perpetual', 'Professional' and 'Cellini'. In particular, the Rolex Oytster Perpetual wristwatch is waterproof, heat proof, cold proof, vibration proof and dust proof and is very popular and collectable. Rolex has continued today to be at the forefront of the watch making industry. You can find a Rolex Oyster Perpetual wristwatch in the Fine Jewellery Auction within our Fine Art Sale in Exeter, Devon on July 3rd 2013 (FS19/116).


 rolex oyster perpetual air king wristwatch (fs19/116)

Rolex Oyster perpetual Air King wristwatch (FS19/116)

This example has a blue circular dial with baton markers and centre seconds in steel case on a Rolex bracelet. It is being sold complete with two spare links, manual, leather wallet and fitted case and is estimated at £800-£1,000.

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Thursday, June 27, 2013 8:06:39 AM (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00)  #
Comments [1] Wrist Watches | Trackback

Monday, July 15, 2013 8:16:29 PM (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00)
I bought my ss Daytona this past year and it has been my go-to watch aslmot everyday. It has a tremendous feel of quality and it just looks great with a suit or casual dress. I have gotten quite a few compliments from the sales crew at the finer watch stores; even some of them haven't seen this watch up close and personal. With that said, if you are not a vip at an authorized dealer, expect to pay a hefty premium over msrp when buying through another source. And do expect the watch to appreciate in value via regular price increases and its exclusivity. The only complaint I have with the watch is that it is missing a date complication. But once I put it on and enjoy the look of its timeless design and the substantial feel on my wrist, all complaints about the date complication goes away. So if you are fortunate enough to buy one, you should go ahead and do so. Wear it for a few years and if you don't like it you can probably sell it for at least what you paid I know mine is not for sale, not anytime soon.
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