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2012-04-05 23:01:10

These sports watches from Melrose are able to leave a long lasting impact on wearer in the form of confidence and attitude. Rolex Daytona Watches were initially made for professional race car drivers. Its three register chronograph dial and bezel with tachymetric scale help drivers to measure elapsed circuit time and average speed in real time. Rolex Submariner is made for diving and are known for their water resistance. Rolex Explorer watches are considered as luxury watches for the...

2012-04-04 23:02:15

Rolex Submariner is one of the most sought after watches in the world especially for its high water resistant capacity. It came for the first time in 1953. With triple seal Triplock winding crown, these Rolex Watches can withstand depth of 300 meters in water. The oyster case used in the Rolex Submariner is one of its unique features which make it one of highly rated Rolex Watches in customer´s satisfaction. Rolex Daytona named after Rolex's sponsorship of 24 hours Daytona race. These...

2012-02-25 08:00:00

The Rolex Daytona watches were initially discontinued because of lack of demand but the Rolex Daytona watches has since gained popularity among Rolex enthusiasts and avid collectors. The Rolex Daytona earned its name from Rolex´s sponsorship of the 24 Hour race at the time its original chronograph was released. As one of the few watches, which Rolex markets substantially, it sees a considerable demand from non-enthusiasts due to its powerful design and unique features. Florida, FL...

2012-02-04 06:45:00

Get $100 Free Dollars to spend at Melrose.com just by liking Melrose Jewelers on Facebook. New York, NY (PRWEB) February 03, 2012 Melrose.com, USA's #1 Online Rolex Watch Retailer, today announced that it is giving away $100 free to all Facebook users who “Like” its page, http://www.facebook.com/visitmelrosejewelers. The $100 MJ Dollars are free to spend on anything on the Melrose.com website and can be redeemed by simply registering on Melrose.com with one's name and email...

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