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Rolex OysterQuartz Datejust


The Swiss watch industry took a hit towards the end of the 1970s, when Japanese watchmakers took over the market with the quartz watch. Never a brand to be outdone, Rolex introduced a new line of watches to recapture their hold on the market and the Rolex OysterQuartz Datejust was born. Though it wasn’t a hit in Europe, the watch sold well in Asia and America and now, follwoing Rolex’s decision to take it out of production in 2001, the OysterQuartz Datejust has become a highly-prized collector’s item.  (Price: $3800.00 BUY)

4 Aug, 2012

Luc Wiesman

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