Top 10 Watches of 2015
A quick glance at Raymond Lee Jewelers’ social accounts might lead you to believe we deal exclusively in diamonds. Make no mistake – the rocks always have our hearts, but we’re paving the way for Diamonds by Raymond Lee to take over with an insane selection of diamonds plus every major designer engagement ring brand.
But when it comes to watches, it’s time to remind everyone where the only place in South Florida is that really matters. We are the best place to buy and sell pre owned Rolex, Patek Philippe, Cartier, and Breitling in South Florida. Our watch showcases make many a man – and woman – drool. And watch collectors flock to our store to check out our selection, see what’s new, and what’s rare. We’re the best place to find your dream watch – for less than retail. And so today, we’re showing off the watches that made 2015 memorable for our horology fans.
And if you’re looking for something rare, you never know what’s going to pop up on our feed. This Rolex 218239 Day-Date II Presidential w/ Black Concentric Arabic Dial stands out in a crowd with a blacked out face and bright 18 karat white gold fluted bezel and prez bracelet.
Of course, the classic Daytona will always nab a second glance. The new style ceramic Daytona 116515 – this G serial – is gorgeous with a creamy ivory dial, rose gold, and black leather strap.
All hail the Tridor Masterpiece! This meteorite dial 18948 is fitted with a factory diamond bezel and markers, and the signature rose, white and yellow 18 karat gold Masterpiece bracelet.
Sometimes you just need to do all gold everything. This Day Date II 218238 with champagne dial and white sticks is old school chic in a new school way, and it never hurts to add an insanely iced out bracelet when you want to make a statement (which we always do.)
This All diamond Daytona 116518 plays nicely with others, and doesn’t mind being shared. Consider it His & Hers (but probably not for very long before it ends up in her jewelry box permanently.)
This slate dial diamond 24 sold as quickly as we bought it, but you can always request a re-stock and we’ll source it for you. This one was a stainless steel 4910 with aftermarket diamonds on the bracelet and dial.
We’re fluent in Rolex, as you can see. But these dual Day Dates were a bilingual hit in yellow gold and champagne stick dials. One presidential bracelet (en Englais) and the other on a bark finish factory bracelet (en Espanol.)
This Sea-Dweller Deepsea 116660 came with a police escort (and a 44 mm case, black dial, and Stainless Steel Oyster Band.)
Last but not least, this diamond studded sodalite dial Datejust was a huge hit. With a stainless bracelet, case and fluted bezel, the cool blue dial had its moment in the sun.