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The ‘Paul Newman’ Daytona is one of the most bankable timepieces in the world, which came into the spotlight after famous actor Paul Newman was spotted wearing it on numerous occasions. The Newman Daytona watches have extraordinary-looking dials, popularly referred to as ‘exotic dials’ by Rolex, featuring panda or reverse-panda combinations. Additionally, the Art Deco numerals and square markings exemplify the overall appearance making it one of the most coveted models.
The Rolex GMT-Master ‘Pepsi’ is the longest-running reference in the brand’s catalogue which means you can avail of the timepiece in numerous variations. The red and blue ‘Pepsi’ is one of the most desirable combinations and is a splendid representation of Rolex’s charismatic watchmaking skills. Whether it is the attractive bezel against the black dial or the large arrow at the end of the red GMT hand, everything secures the Ref. 1675 as a highly popular Rolex creation.
If any watch can give strong competition to the mighty Submariner, it is the Rolex Sea-Dweller, the brand’s best dive watch. It is the first-ever timepiece with a helium escape valve, making it suitable for deep sea diving. Ref. 1665 has the nickname ‘Double Red’ because of the two lines of red text on the dial. The large case, a thick crystal, and RED letters stating Sea-Dweller Submariner 2000 present the timepiece with an unrivalled recognition.
The Submariner Ref. 6538 has a special place in Rolex’s history as the ‘Bond Submariner’. The ref. has appeared in multiple Bond films, but it was particularly after Connery wore the dive watch in the movie Goldfinger that the watch gained traction. Another attraction is the big crown with no crown guards, which gives the watch an elegant vintage look and feel. Even though the watch had a short life span, it is one of the most easily recognisable timepieces that sport a purpose-driven design.
Rolex created Explorer II to help the cave explorers distinguish day from night. Even though the watch was comparatively unpopular during its release, thanks to its association with actor Steve McQueen, it quickly came into the spotlight. Surprisingly, the actor is not known to wear the Explorer II throughout h`is life. However, the nickname proves to be a benefit. In terms of specifications, the watch comes in a stainless steel case with a black dial, and the bright orange GMT hand against the black backdrop makes it highly legible.