Rolex watches are expensive and investments for many owners. Whether it's for a special occasion or simply a nice reward for a job well done, we know your Rolex is important to you. That is why it's best to not only take care of your investment, but also make sure you have assurance of its safekeeping. We’re here to help - Can Rolex watches be traced? Yes, they can. And, we want to encourage you to take the following steps to protect your Rolex.
Rolex keeps a record of every watch produced. So, if your Rolex watch gets stolen, you can reach out to Rolex with your serial number. If it hits any of their service networks, they will be notified.
If you are not sure what your Rolex serial number is, it is the number etched into your watch case where the bracelet meets the watch case (between the lugs) on the 6 o’clock side. The model or reference number is found in the same place on the 12 o’clock side. Noting your serial number will give you assurance in case anything should happen.
When you remove the bracelet to see your Rolex’s serial number, you may as well swap it out for an Everest watch band here to protect and preserve your Rolex bracelet. Plus, its the perfect way to customize your Rolex watch. We also offer Swiss-Made watch bands for Tudor and Panerai too.