A history of watch making would be incomplete without the mention of Rolex's
impressive and significant contributions to the industry. The Oyster Case, invented by
Rolex in 1926, was hailed as the world's first truly waterproof wristwatch. It combined
two revolutionary features: an amazingly strong case and a hermetically sealed winding
In 1931, the second important innovation of the House of Rolex was the development and introduction of the "Perpetual" - the first automatic winding watch utilizing a revolutionary rotor. Little changed since its debut, the Perpetual movement transforms each movement of the wrist into a reserve of power. This system keeps the mainspring at optimum tension, assuring an extra margin of accuracy and dependability.
Throughout the years, the Rolex watch has been hailed as a leader in the world of elite watches. From the classic 1940's Oyster Perpetual Bubbleback to the modern Yachtmaster, the Rolex watch collection offers a range of styles and models to suit all tastes and preferences.
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