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Best Rolex Watches for Men

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1. Rolex Submariner

The Rolex Submariner is one of the most covetable sports watches of all time. It is a classic
timepiece that is regarded as a symbol of fine craftsmanship, success, rugged elegance and good
taste. It was first worn by Sean Connery as James bond in the first four 007, forever cementing
its desirability and reputation.

2. Paul Newman Rolex Daytona

Just like the Submariner, the Rolex Daytona is a coveted Rolex watch. It was created for race car
drivers for the proper monitoring of their speed. This timepiece was made famous by actor Paul
Newman. His very own Daytona was sold recently an auction for more than $17.8 million. Even
those which are not worn by popular personalities can amount to over $1 million.

3. Rolex Datejust Watch

The Datejust watch is widely regarded as a symbol of elegance and wealth anywhere in the
world. It makes an even bolder look in gold than in stainless steel. However, two-tone models
also hold a remarkable appeal. If you are looking for men’s watches in Malaysia, you may want
to go for this model. Just get one for an authorized retailer. This timepiece is widely copied and imitated.

4. Rolex Sea Dweller Watch

Do you want to get your first ever exclusive Rolex watch? This version of the Rolex Submariner
was created for professional divers, but you can get it for yourself, too. It has a hardcore dive watch
that can be worn even at a depth of 4,000 ft.

5. Rolex Yacht-Master

The Rolex Yacht-Master is another Rolex timepiece developed to help sailors time the important
beginning of regattas. Its look is obviously nautical-inspired, but certainly not in an ostentatious
manner. This watch is one of the newest models, and doesn’t have that much history compared to
other iconic ones. It is too modern for that.

6. Rolex Air-King

The Rolex Air King was designed to honor the pilots of the second world war. This watch is
resistant to heat, and is made with the Rolex brand’s patented oystersteel. The oystersteel
belongs to the same quality of that steel utilized at the aviation industry.