Rolex led the way in developing the modern day wristwatch. Rolex were the first to design watches with water resistant cases, the self-winding mechanism, the date on the dial and the first to earn chronometer certification for a wristwatch. Rolex still holds the record for the most certified chronometer movements in the category of wristwatches, and continues to be the leading competitor in the watch making industry.
Have you ever bought a cheap watch that broke, was scratched or simply just stopped working after a few days? The quality of craftsmanship, precision and beauty are guaranteed factors when you buy a luxury timepiece from Rolex. Rolex performs rigorous tests on their finished products to ensure the highest possible quality. With their scratch resistant technology, your Rolex will last you a lifetime!
Because Rolex watches are manufactured to an extremely high standard, they maintain their value extremely well if you decide to sell it on or pawn it for instant cash. Rare Rolex Watches often fetch for large amounts of money.
Each particular Rolex Watch tells everybody the lifestyle you lead.
The adventerous Rolex wearer
Whether on a yacht in the French Riviera or scuba diving in the Red Sea, you're always on the lookout for the next way to enjoy planet earth wearing an understated silver-platinum or extravagant yellow gold.
The jetsetting female Rolex wearer
"the ultimate symbol of femininity", the Rolex Ladies Date-Just Pearlmaster lives a beautiful life full of adventure and fine wines, reading travel books en route to her next destination
The Daytona wearer
The Daytona wearer – Those who live life in the fast lane understand Rolex's history in designing watches to meet the needs of top race-car drivers since 1963. In a sport where each second counts, wearing the right watch matters.
So what does your Rolex Watch say about you? Pawn or sell your Rolex watch to show us what your watch says about you.
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We loan from $200 up to $100,000. If you have an item that values more than $100,000, contact us.
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