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When you buy a pre-owned Rolex from The Luxury Hut, you buy something more than merely a timepiece. Rolex has been the absolute name in the luxury watch industry for decades. It is one of the world’s most reputed brands, differentiated for its best quality manufacturing, friendly design, and top-notch qualities that people in the watchmaking sector highly admire.
Rolex is synonymous with luxury, prestige and accuracy and the watches from this Geneva-based Swiss manufacturer represent a class of their own.
Rolex has been the leader of wristwatches since 1905, making spotlight innovations in watch-making like the first waterproof watch, Rolex Oyster. These timepieces have been the perfect companion of achievers and explorers worldwide for more than a century.
From the highest mountain top to the deepest reach of an ocean, the success of Rolex watches lies in their precision and consistency. The design of popular series like the Rolex Oyster has hardly changed. You can often notice the changes to minute details with only upon second glance. They kept up this strategy, and Rolex watches have become classics and easily recognisable.
The consistent and timeless design of all Rolex models allows them to retain their value largely. The Geneva-based Swiss manufacturer is known to sell nearly one million timepieces every year. The brand turns approximately more than two and a half billion USD. The manufacturer even introduces more gold into circulation compared to other watch manufacturers.
Rolex uses only the finest raw materials to design the timepieces, where the in-house artisans design and manufacture each component with utmost attention and precision.
However, the unique company policy of Rolex is also a secret to its success.
No other brands dominate both the new and second-hand watch market like Rolex. The brand highly reverberates among the watch collectors worldwide. Investing in such an exquisitely well-built piece of machinery will last you a lifetime while retaining its value with age. The Luxury Hut believes that the intricate design and distinct features of a Rolex timepiece make it so special.
It takes nearly a year to manufacture a Rolex watch. The brand creates almost everything in-house at one of the company’s manufacturing locations in Switzerland. Every element of a single Rolex watch undergoes a rigorous testing process to ensure they are perfect in all aspects when they head out of the factory gate.
All automatic Rolex watches have a Swiss-made Rolex Oyster Perpetual movement manufactured in-house. Rolex movements go through an intricate ‘exacting’ process that takes nearly more than a year. The artisans set the oscillator with hundreds of precisely made components carefully assembled after minute adjustments. All Rolex movements are certified Swiss chronometers, ensuring high, long-term performance.
It was a challenge for this Geneva-based manufacturer to find the most durable component; thus, it decided to create its ceramic. Rolex uses a unique process to make a bezel ignited to nearly 1,500 degrees to harden and purify the ceramic mix. Then, the whole bezel is sprayed with gold and extensively polished unless the numerals appear. The virtually unbreakable and scratch-resistant Rolex bezel that takes over 40 hours to create helps endure more abrasion than other parts of the timepiece.
The brand uses 904L stainless steel, which no other watch brand is known to use. The unique Oyster Case was produced in 1926, overstating excellence in form and function, making it the first waterproof wristwatch case in the world. The watch case is rugged and waterproof, whether crafted in gold, platinum or steel. The back of a Rolex watch is smooth without any logos or designs but instead has the model number of the respective version engraved. However, the only exceptions for this watch case back are the Rolex Sea-Dweller and all ladies’ Rolex timepieces manufactured before 1990.
If you want to buy a pre-owned Rolex watch for any special purpose, The Luxury Hut has the right timepiece. We have second-hand Rolex models for sale at the lowest price that present prestige and class, unlike any other manufacturers.
Whether you want to buy an old Rolex model that is no longer in production or a limited edition model, The Luxury Hut has a vast collection to suit all preferences. Our in-house watch specialists precisely check all pre-owned Rolex watches on sale to ensure authenticity and accuracy.
The value of well-kept Rolex models increases with time. Also, if a Rolex watch is not in its best condition, it is yet one of the most desirable collector’s timepieces from the last century.
A Rolex is just more than only a jewellery piece on your wrist. The original Rolex Oyster model launched in 1926 was the world’s first dustproof and water-resistant wristwatch.
The Rolex Oyster has an airtight sealed case, synthetic watch glass and screw-down crown, fitting firmly in its case. Mercedes Gleitze, a British swimmer, swam for over 10 hours through the English Channel wearing a Rolex Oyster in 1927. She could not finish her swim, but the watch sustained.
The Rolex Daytona was one of the most successful automatic and desirable watches of the brand launched in 2016 and soon became very famous among Rolex watch lovers. Buying a pre-owned Rolex Daytona is the best investment that one can make in the watch sector.
You can buy watches online at The Luxury Hut quickly and easily. Unlike other online shops, you can easily find your perfect pre-owned watch at a low price. The stainless steel Rolex Daytona in mint condition costs around 15,711 pounds. A pre-owned model is slightly lower in cost, making it a good investment.
Thus, if you want to buy a used Rolex Daytona, browse our collection of second-hand Rolex watches at The Luxury Hut.
Launched in 1988, the demand for Rolex Daytona is always high. A pre-owned Rolex Cosmograph Daytona costs nearly 17,902 pounds.
The Paul Newman Daytona is a rare model. The difference between Daytona models from the 1960s and the 1970s is the dial, and the technology remains the same. You may get an old Rolex Daytona from the 1960s at a starting price of 42,506 pounds.
Rolex models in 18ct white, yellow, or rose gold (Everose gold) are more expensive for their material value. You may also purchase all old Rolex versions from the 1990s for less than 8,577 pounds.
The Rolex Submariner is one of the legendary and most popular models globally. The price of the three-hand model in mint condition with no date display is nearly 6,054 pounds. However, a pre-owned model may cost almost 383 pounds less.
On the other hand, a second-hand Rolex Submariner with a date display may cost approximately 6,585 pounds.
The ‘Red Sub’ is a highly desirable classic Submariner, and a pre-owned piece costs about 14,163 pounds. The demand for the Rolex COMEX Version is also high, and a pre-owned model may cost as much as 28,327 pounds.
Rolex lovers also search for the models of green Submariner called Kermit and Hulk. With a green dial and green bezel, a pre-owned Hulk costs approximately 7,807 pounds.
The Kermit model comes with a green bezel and black dial like other standard dials of Rolex Submariner. Such a second hand Rolex Kermit may cost about 8,419 pounds. However, a pre-owned Rolex Submariner Date in stainless steel and with a black dial will be lower in cost than this.
The Luxury Hut reveres Rolex Submariner for its consistent success over the past six decades, developing into an icon and one of the most recognised timepieces. In 1953, Rolex launched the Submariner as one of the first diving timepieces in the world. These watches feature matte black dials, rotating bezels and water resistance up to 328 ft (100 m), making them one of the most sought-after collector’s watches today. With the launch of Rolex Submariner, the manufacturer presented an entirely new kind of wristwatch that defines what we know today as diving watches. The Rolex Submariner with reference ID 6204 had an oversized luminous hour, minute, and second hands with luminous indices and numerals on a matte black dial.
With its appearance in the first movie of James Bond, Rolex Submariner made its way to Hollywood. The film shows Agent 007 wearing a timepiece with the reference ID 6538, and it is now known to be ‘James Bond Sub’. In the 1973 Bond movie ‘Live and Let Die’, Roger Moore wore the Rolex Submariner with reference ID 5513 that sold in November 2011 at Christie’s. Ian Fleming, the series’ author, mentions only the Rolex Oyster Perpetual at least once in the complete 14-volume series. The racecar driver and actor Steve McQueen also depended on the precise and rugged Rolex Submariner. This timepiece complements everything from racing suits to other wardrobes, making it much more than merely a diving instrument.
The unique model Rolex Deepsea Challenge created a world record in 2012 by descending to an impressive depth of about 39,370 ft (12,000 m) in the Mariana Trench. Featuring a unique Twinlock crown, the first Rolex Submariner’s predecessor with reference number 6200 was water-resistant up to a depth of 328 ft. The bi-directional bezel helped the divers keep track of their dive length easily and comfortably with only one glance.
In 1953, the bezel was improved by the Swiss watch manufacturer Blancpain using their Fifty Fathoms model. The tweaked unidirectional bezel only can be turned clockwise, shortening the dive time instead of lengthening it. As an ardent recreational diver, the former director of Rolex accorded many valuable suggestions for the bezel, dial, and case. The watch consistently sustained various tests along with 132 dives to the depths between 39 ft and 197 ft and also fell from two meters height on a concrete dock but continued to function. The successor of the original Rolex Submariner became the official timepiece of the Australian, British and Canadian marines, water-resistant to a depth of 656 ft (200 m).
In August 1953, a Rolex Oyster Perpetual accompanied Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay to reach the peak of Mount Everest, making the year special for the entire watch-making industry. Rolex gave the automatic experimental watches to mountain climbers only to test their strength and reliability under extreme conditions. After the successful expedition led by Sir John Hunt, they sent the watch back to Geneva for a myriad of tests that ultimately led to the production of the Rolex Explorer.
As with maximum vintage Rolex timepieces, old models of Rolex Submariner are highly desirable. However, models with the reference number 5512 and reference number 5513 are more popular. Although Rolex manufactured these models in the late 1950s and early 1960s, only a few used Rolex Submariners are for sale today. While a pre-owned Rolex Submariner with reference ID 5513 may cost you around 8,826 pounds, you may get a used Rolex Submariner with ref. 5512 for approximately 16,749 pounds. When it comes to some of the rarest Submariners’ models, such as the ‘COMEX’ or the so-called ‘Red Sub’, you may have to spend nearly 29,804 pounds for the ‘COMEX’ version and at least 12,072 pounds for a ‘Red Sub’. However, prices usually vary greatly depending upon the condition and other relevant factors.
Many models of Rolex Sea-Dweller are no more in production. Thus, it becomes hard to find them. This Swiss manufacturer produced the model with ref. ID 16600 for an extended time, from 1988 to 2008. Later, the larger Sea-Dweller Deepsea of 44mm replaced it.
The price for the ref. ID 16600 has increased over the last 10 years. In 2008, a second-hand model demanded about 3,750 pounds, and now it is approximately 5,970 pounds.
The Rolex ‘Sea-Dweller’ Deepsea, with ref. ID 116660 is water-resistant up to 3,900m, and its official list price is 10,417 pounds. However, you may get this same Rolex watch online at a slightly less price. For the last five years, the value of this watch has been consistently high.
Air-King Cellini Time, Cellini Date, Cellini Dual Time, and Cellini Moonphase•Cosmograph Daytona•Datejust, Datejust II, and Datejust 41
You may prefer to buy stainless steel models for a whole robust outlook with simple functionality. Discover our wide collection of pre-owned Rolex models now. The Luxury Hut has something to suit all tastes.
Rolex exclusively uses white, yellow, Everose gold and platinum for the President Bracelet and cases. The Geneva-based manufacturer also uses 18ct gold to design the index markers. The designers produce dials of different colours in-house, but they also craft them virtually. While the dials of the timepieces come in green, blue, ice blue, silver, brown, orange and black, versions with mother-of-pearl dials are dazzling. Moreover, many models also have diamond index markers.
The manufacturer uses two bezels; one is fluted, and the other is a domed, glossy bezel that outlines the sapphire glass on the platinum timepieces. The Rolex Day-Date versions from the 1970s and 1980s feature the ‘Stella’ dials crafted of solid enamel and available in an array of colours like white, blue, yellow, pink, orange, turquoise, salmon, brown and also black.
The Luxury Hut has a wide range of used Rolex for sale. Whether you are looking to buy Rolex for the first time or are an avid watch collector, The Luxury Hut have the perfect watch to suit every taste and preference. From Rolex Daytona, and Rolex Submariner, to Rolex Explorer, Rolex Yachtmaster and Rolex Datejust, we have many models to suit individuals in all walks of life. Browse through our range of Rolex models and buy a watch that you can relish for years to come.