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Rolex Country Codes: What does the LC mean on a Rolex Watch?

In addition to the reference and serial numbers of a watch, there are other interesting codes and numbers in the official paperwork of a Rolex. One of them is the so-called "Rolex LC", or the country code. Find out exactly what this Rolex country code means and which ones are available in this article. What does the country code on a Rolex mean? Let's clear up a few …

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Slide Rule Watches: How to Use the Breitling Navitimer's Bezel

Many luxury watches were originally designed for specific applications and purposes – including pilot's watches like the legendary Breitling Navitimer. While many are familiar with the intention and operation of diver's watches or chronographs, most Breitling Navitimer wearers are unfamiliar with how to operate the watch's slide rule bezel. Let's shed some light on this …

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The Best Swiss Watch Brands & Insider Tips

The whole world is talking about Swiss watch brands. From affordable fashion brands to exquisite luxury manufacturers, watches from Switzerland enjoy an impressive international reputation synonymous with precision and are appreciated for their quality worldwide. Let's take a look at the luxury watch market and answer the question: which Swiss watch brands are the …

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How to Interpret Breitling Reference Numbers Correctly

Have you ever wondered what is hidden behind the long sequences of numbers and letters in the reference of your Breitling watch? Most watch manufacturers use systems for their reference numbers, which allocate a precise meaning to the numbers and letters. Find out what Breitling intends when using these codes from our guide to Breitling reference and serial numbers. Is the …

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