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trey burgess

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  1. Regarding your question of "do you need to service a Rolex which has been stored for 5 yrs". This would be the MOST crucial time to service a Rolex. If it sits for this long a period of time, the oils become gunky. Whereas if you wear it every day they stay in their lubricating condition. Trey
  2. Hello all, As badly as I hate to say it, this seems to be one fault that Rolex has not overcome. I have had GMT's, Seadwellers and Explorers. If held up to the light for only a minute or so before getting into bed, it was great. The drawback, it only lasts for maybe a good hour. I don't understand why they can't use the same type of luminescence as Luminox. Those watches you can literally read the newspaper from. Don't get me wrong; I love my Rolex but it is a big problem I have...
  3. Hello everyone, I would like to ask a question. I am in the market for a Rolex. I have owned a few in the past, but never paid that close attention which was the most durable. My job and lifestyle requires me to be pretty harsh on watches. Not neglect by any means, just demanding conditions. I would like to ask for assistance in determining which model is the most "rugged". I definitely want sporty, not one that my dad wears...lol Thanks, Trey
  4. Regarding your question of "do you need to service a Rolex which has been stored for 5 yrs". This would be the MOST crucial time to service a Rolex. If it sits for this long a period of time, the oils become gunky. Whereas if you wear it every day they stay in their lubricating condition. Trey
  5. Hello all, As badly as I hate to say it, this seems to be one fault that Rolex has not overcome. I have had GMT's, Seadwellers and Explorers. If held up to the light for only a minute or so before getting into bed, it was great. The drawback, it only lasts for maybe a good hour. I don't understand why they can't use the same type of luminescence as Luminox. Those watches you can literally read the newspaper from. Don't get me wrong; I love my Rolex but it is a big problem I have...
  6. Hello everyone, I would like to ask a question. I am in the market for a Rolex. I have owned a few in the past, but never paid that close attention which was the most durable. My job and lifestyle requires me to be pretty harsh on watches. Not neglect by any means, just demanding conditions. I would like to ask for assistance in determining which model is the most "rugged". I definitely want sporty, not one that my dad wears...lol Thanks, Trey
  7. Regarding your question of "do you need to service a Rolex which has been stored for 5 yrs". This would be the MOST crucial time to service a Rolex. If it sits for this long a period of time, the oils become gunky. Whereas if you wear it every day they stay in their lubricating condition. Trey
  8. Hello all, As badly as I hate to say it, this seems to be one fault that Rolex has not overcome. I have had GMT's, Seadwellers and Explorers. If held up to the light for only a minute or so before getting into bed, it was great. The drawback, it only lasts for maybe a good hour. I don't understand why they can't use the same type of luminescence as Luminox. Those watches you can literally read the newspaper from. Don't get me wrong; I love my Rolex but it is a big problem I have...
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