Three In-House Automatics

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Three In-House Automatics

Post by koimaster » February 21st 2021, 11:23pm

Last year's updated Submariner was hardly the only new thing at Rolex in 2020. Across-the-board updates to the Oyster Perpetual were in abundance, including a host of colorful dials. With all its many variations, the full OP line is a lot to wrap one's head around. Last week, Danny laid down an in-depth guide to the current lineup of Rolex's entry-level automatic.

Our lineup of watches covers a price range of $3,800 to $5,400, meaning that these are watches that would, in theory, be solid contenders for someone’s first nice automatic watch. Of course, new mechanical watches can be had for less, but there are real advantages to spending a bit more for a watch with an in-house movement from a respected manufacture. The watches we have here today are, we feel, three of the best values in contemporary watchmaking. ... automatics


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