The Most Popular Rolex Diamond Watches


Out of all Swiss luxury watches brands, Rolex is probably the most popular one. They’re the ultimate symbol of wealth, and even those who can’t afford one right now, dream of one day owning a Rolex with diamonds. Particularly Rolex diamond watches are known for their quality and their design makes the unique and easy to recognize even by those who are not familiar with luxury watches.

However, having such a long history, Rolex has various models to choose from, so if you want a Rolex with diamonds, you might feel overwhelmed by the possibilities at hand. All it takes is just a little research before you become the proud owner of a Rolex diamond watch.

Popular Rolex diamond watches

The brand has categorized its models into two collections: the Oyster and the Cellini. The Oyster collection is the oldest collection, having some robust models as part of it, designed especially for professionals. The Oyster collection is designed from fine, raw materials, using cutting-edge technology. In fact, Rolex had approximately 400 patents over the years, because they’ve always improved their technology.

Even in this collection, there are some Rolex diamond watches that are certainly worth the attention. The versions for women of some of the most popular Oyster models are exquisite pieces. The Lady Datejust Pearlmaster (with diamonds, rubies and sapphires), the Lady Datejust 31 (rose gold and diamonds) and the Datejust Pearlmaster 34 (pearls, rose gold and diamonds) are the top 3 choice for someone who’s looking for Rolex diamond watches, especially for women.

In 2014, the brand launched some new models, including various Rolex with diamonds models. Other models of the brand are also available with diamond-set bezel, which makes it possible for men to enjoy having a little bling on their wrists.

Who wears Rolex diamond watches?

Being such a popular luxury watches brand, it was only natural for celebrities to include it into their fashion and accessories preferences. Jennifer Aniston, Bradley Cooper, Sofia Vergara, Kanye West, Eric Clapton, Orlando Bloom, Adam Levine, Daniel Craig, Usher, Clint Eastwood, Matt Damon Sharon Stone and Jeff Bridges are just a few of the celebrities spotted wearing different models of Rolex diamond watches, and some of them are even having entire collections dedicated to this brand.

What Rolex watch should you get?

Rolex has various models to choose from, from sporty and elegant to the more “showy” ones. These are versions of classic models, turned into Rolex with diamonds models. They are made from precious metals, such as gold and platinum and represent more of a status symbol, rather than an item to tell you the time. Be very careful when buying a Rolex with diamonds, because these watches are often just aftermarket creations of the original one.  Always buy Rolex diamond watches from trusted retailers.

RS Diamond and Watches offers a large variety of Rolex diamond watches for you to choose from. The watches are all original and a team of experts is ready to help customers decide what type of watch best matches their expectations and personal style. Fin out more information at 

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