About Mens Rolex Precision Watches
The name Precision is often given to the hand wound watches that Rolex produce, as opposed to the automatic perpetuals that are more common in modern Rolex watches. Although the Precision watches weren't tested on the chronometer limits, they were still considered to be excellent time keepers. The word Precision is thought to refer to the thirty second or less loss per week in time keeping that Rolex pride themselves on achieving with these wound watches.
Precision Rolex watches can be bought in many shapes, sizes and designs, but as one of the premium watch manufacturers in the world they are generally sold for a premium price. Rolex consider their own brand to be a symbol of prestige, innovation and excellence. The watches are made with pinpoint precision and care, from fine and in some cases rare materials. Each individual watch that Rolex makes is stress tested and examined to ensure they live up to the high quality that Rolex is known for.
If the watch is specifically a Precision model, the word 'precision' will be written just above the six and below the Rolex brand name. The 6694 models all had the Precision label as did some of the older Oyster designs. Oyster still remains today as one of the brand's flagship products. Rolex Precision watches can have leather or metal straps with some watches having intricate gold or silver parts. The backdrop of the watch comes in a variety of colours too, with some having a white face and others having black or a more vibrant colour such as orange.