EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ROLEX EXPLORER I
Rolex is truly an iconic brand without a doubt. They have pioneered watches throughout the decades and their designs have lasted the test of time and will always continue to do so. However, out of all their famous watches they’ve created, the Rolex EXplorer I tends to be slightly less known. If you look on the Rolex website or even their Instagram page, the Explorer I is not shown as much as other models such as the Daytona, Day-date, Submariner and Datejust. The Rolex Explorer I is another masterpiece from Rolex so today we are going to cover everything you need to know about the Rolex Explorer I.
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Starting off with its history of origins, the Rolex Explorer I (reference: 6098) was born in 1953, a time when mountaineering and exploration were capturing the world's imagination. This was an era when feats of human endurance and conquering the world's highest peaks were on everyone's mind. Rolex, benign the tool watch watchmakers that sought out an opportunity to create the pinnacle of timepieces for a true explorer. The result was the Rolex Explorer I, introduced in the same year as Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay's historic ascent of Mount Everest.
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From having fun with colour in the Summertime to classic white and black options, a ZEALANDE rubber strap can ensure you get the most out of your EXplorer I. Even though there is absolutely nothing wrong with the oyster bracelet, you may want to give it a break every now and then and not worry about scratching it. This could be especially useful if you intend on going climbing on rocks as the rocks could easily scratch your beloved Explorer I bracelet. But a ZEALANDE rubber strap would easily be able to soften the blow and if keeping the weight of your Explore I as low as possible is something you want to do then definitely get yourself a ZEALANDE rubber strap.