A product designed for living should also be one designed to endure time. Just ask the folks at Rolex, the luxury watchmaker whose trademark case is so robust, it was named after the resilient oyster. (It’s also behind the world’s first self-winding movement, aptly christened Perpetual.)
Founder Hans Wilsdorf was quick to establish a network of workshops around the globe – what the brand refers to as Rolex World Service – so that customers can keep their timepieces ticking in top condition.
Here, a glimpse into what happens when one sends in a watch.
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