Since the brand came into inception in 1905, Rolex has been setting the bar high for watch making and has made a name for itself during the process. Rolex brings to the fore watches that are not only spectacular to look at but also are exceptional pieces of technology. From the iconic Day-Date to the revolutionary Submariner, Rolex has taken horology to a whole new level. To own one is considered to be a great privilege. Below are the top Rolex watches you need to check out the next time you decide to splurge:

Rolex Day-Date 40

The Rolex Day-Date was launched in 1956 and was the very first timepiece to display both date and day of the week spelt out in full on the dial. Today, you’ll find the watch available in different variations including in the 18k Yellow gold form. The timekeeper possesses a 41mm case that features a 18k gold bezel, diamond hour markers and champagne dial. Every minute detail of the watch has been crafted with opulence in mind. In addition to this, the model features the 3156 calibre-self winding movement.

Furthermore, the highly precise and luxurious watch has been adorned by influential individuals since its debut. The bracelet of the Rolex watch, also known as the President bracelet, was created specifically for the Day-Date, which has been worn by many of the world’s leaders. Add this to your luxury watch collection by walking in to your nearest authorised Rolex watches’ retailers such as Ethos Watch Boutique.

Rolex Submariner Date

The Submariner is amongst the best type of Rolex watches, and this Blue Dial Stainless Steel version is highly sought-after. The watch comes with a self-winding movement and boasts of an oyster steel and yellow gold case. Its 40mm case features a unidirectional rotating bezel and houses a stylish dial with hour markers fashioned from 18 ct gold. This resilient piece also possesses a water resistance of 300m, making it well suited for not only swimming but also diving. The Oyster bracelet is equipped with the Oysterlock clasp that prevents any accidental opening. The Glidelock, also part of the bracelet allows the wearer to make fine adjustments without the use of any tool. These deft features allow the watch to be worn quite comfortably over a diving suit.

Rolex Cosmograph Daytona

The Rolex Cosmograph Daytona is a brilliant chronograph watch. Since its launch in 1963, this timepiece has been closely associated with the supercharged world of motorsports. The chronograph has been designed whilst keeping in mind the intense demands of professional racing drivers. The Daytona is one of the best timekeepers in the market with its precise chronograph and bezel with tachymetric scale that allows drivers to accurately measure average speeds up to 400 kilometres or miles per hour. In addition to this impressive list of features, the particular Rolex model boasts of a striking oystersteel and yellow gold case and band with a stark black dial.

Rolex Cellini Moonphase

The Cellini is one of the most debonair timepieces Rolex has made. The brand touts the collection as a celebration of the eternal elegance of traditional timepieces. This particular model put on display a contemporary spin on the heritage aesthetic. The watch features an 18 ct Everose gold case and brown alligator leather band. Its white lacquer dial consists of a blue enamelled disc showing the full moon in a meteorite applique design and a silver ring depicting the new moon. The centre hand that displays the date possesses a crescent moon at its tip. These intricate details add a touch of a distinction and luxury to the prestigious timepiece. Buy the wrist watch from the nearest Ethos watch boutique and take your watch collection to an entirely new level!