As we all know, Rolex has a long history. Many achievements and innovations have been made by Rolex. Now, let’s have a brief introduction of Rolex history from 1953 to 1956. In early 1950s, Rolex researched and developed a series of professional watches with complicated functions. These precise and waterproof watches are designed for professional fields including deep diving, aviation, exploration and so on. They are popular with outstanding people.
In 1953, Sir John Hunt, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay all wore a Rolex Oyster Perpetual when reaching Mount Qomolangma successfully for the first time. The brilliant achievements of human exploration provided inspiration for the birth of Explorer collection. Since launching Rolex Explorer fake watches with black dials, they have been the most representative classic watches. Submariner collection was born in 1953 and it has been the first diver’s watch that can be waterproof to 100m.
Rolex GMT-Master copy watches with blue and red bezels were designed to meet the requirements of pilots in 1955. They are assigned to be the official watches by many airline companies. And then in 1956, the Day-Date collection was introduced with an innovative function that is an indicator showing the day of the week spelt out in full.
Rolex Day-Date copy watches with yellow gold cases are welcomed by many celebrities. There are many famous collections coming out over this period and Rolex has been researching and developing more and more outstanding timepieces all the time.