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Join Us for Watch Madness!

Join Us for Watch Madness!


Which Rolex will be delegated the King of the Crown? Will it be the vintage Daytona ref. 6263 Paul Newman? Or on the other hand maybe the GMT-Master ref. 1675 Pepsi? Or on the other hand perhaps the new Daytona ref. 116500 Panda?

Pick your top choices, participate on the democratic, and we’ll report the triumphant watch toward the month’s end. May the best Rolex win.

Get the printable rendition of the section here .

First Round

On Tuesday, March 13, 2018, there were two matches. Here are the consequences of the advanced and vintage bracket.

Kermit 16610V Versus the Hulk 116610V: With a total of 2421 votes the Hulk 116610V won with 53% of the votes (1285).

Paul Newman 6263 versus the Steve McQueen: The Paul Newman won by an overwhelming margin with 77% of the votes out of 2402.

The Kermit versus the Hulk and the Paul Newman versus the Steve McQueen.

On Wednesday, March 14, we had another matchup on the advanced and vintage bracket.

GMT-Master Pepsi 16750 versus GMT-Master Coke 16710: The Pepsi is the champ with 64% of the votes out of 2506 votes!

Pepsi 1675 versus Blueberry 1675: Out of 2495 votes the Blueberry 1675 won with 54%.

The GMT-Master Pepsi 16750 won with 64%. On the vintage side, the Blueberry won with 54%

On Thursday, March 15th, we saw a reasonable example with these models. Individuals love the exemplary Submariner.

Submariner 116610 versus Sea-Dweller 116660: With 1,564 decisions in favor of the Submariner and just 640 for the Sea-Dweller, the Submariner won with a 71% of the votes.

Submariner 5512 versus Turn-O-Graph 6202: From the vintages, we saw overpowering accomplishment from the Vintage Rolex Submariner 5512. Out of 2177 votes, the Submariner 5512 took 1,580.

Watch Madness is continuing forward. The Submariner 116610 and the Submariner 5512 take the victory.

Friday, March 16th we take a gander at the skirmish of the Datejusts and two vintage watches that individuals love.

Datejust 41MM 126333 versus Datejust II 116334: It was a remarkable conclusive fight here with the Datejust II getting 1334 votes out of 1940.

GMT-Master “Root Beer” versus Milgauss 6541: The Root Beer lost with 930 votes while the Milgauss got 1040 votes.

Winners: Datejust II 116334 and the Milgauss 6541

On Monday, March 19, 2018, we had another extraordinary matchup.

Yacht-Master II 1166800 versus the Oyster Perpetual 114300: Out of 2218 votes the Yacht-Master won with 1277 votes.

The GMT-Master Bakelite versus the Moonphase Padellone 8171: The Bakelite won with getting 70% of the votes (1646 out of 2339).

The champs on Monday were the Yacht-Master II (58%) and the GMT Bakelite 6542 (70%).

Tuesday, March 20, 2018, was an extraordinary matchup. One section won overwhelmingly and the different was nail-bitingly close.

James Cameron versus the Batman: The James Cameron assumed the misfortune. It just got 820 votes out of 2466 (33%) while the Batman won with an amazing 1646 votes.

The Red Submariner versus the Double Red Sea-Dweller: This was our nearest matchup yet. Out of 1740 votes, the Red Sub took the success with 950 votes to 913. Our nearest yet.

The James Cameron succeeded at 67% and the Red Submariner succeeded at 51%

Wednesday, March 21, 2018, was a skirmish of a couple of Daytonas and tropical watches.

Daytona 116500 “Dark” versus Daytona 116500 “White”: This was the nearest survey yet. While Instagram shows a 50/50 we have the specific numbers. The White Dial Daytona won this round with 1182 votes out of 2347 (50.4%)

GMT-Master 1675 “Tropical” versus Explorer 1016 “Tropical”: The GMT won with 64% of the votes.

The White Dial Daytona 116500 won by a hair. The GMT won by 64% over the Explorer.

Thursday, March 22, 2018, we had the opportunity to see the dress watches and two of the most up to date models face off.

The Everose Gold Yacht-Master 116655 versus the Sky-Dweller 326938: The Yacht-Master in Everose Gold was the champ with 57% of the votes out of 2223 votes.

The Date 1501 versus the Day-Date 1803: The Day-Date was the reasonable champ accumulating over 80% of the votes.

The Yacht-Master succeeded at 57% and the Day-Date at 81%.

Round 2: Sweet Sixteen

With just a solitary battle this Friday on March 23, 2018, there was a reasonable winner.

The Submariner “Mass” 116610LV versus GMT-Master 16750 “Pepsi”: The Pepsi won with 60% of the votes.

The Paul Newman Daytona versus Vintage GMT-Master Blueberry: The Paul Newman took this one by far with 69% of more than 2000 votes.

The Pepsi and the Paul Newman were the champs of the poll.

After our speedy delay with Baselworld inclusion, we get back to Watch Madness.

Submariner 116610 versus Datejust II 116334: The Submariner won with a 71% favorable position over the Datejust II, gathering 2128 out of 2984 votes.

Vintage Submariner 5512 versus Vintage Milgauss 6541: Though the Milgauss is work definitely more than the Submariner, the 5512 successes with a staggering 77%. The Submariner won with 2276 votes, while the Milgauss just got 704 votes.

The Submariner 116610 with 71% and the vintage Submariner 5512 won with 77%.

We had a consecutive matchup yesterday with two shocking matchups.

The Yacht-Master II 116800 versus the GMT-Master II “Batman”: The Batman is the champ of this match, getting 2497 versus the Yacht-Master just getting 773 votes.

The Red Submariner 1680 versus GMT-Master “Bakelite”: While both of these watches are notable, the Red Sub leaves with the W getting 1395 while the GMT got 1316 votes.

The Batman won with 76% votes and the Red Submariner won by a hair at 51%.

Another Watch Madness line up:

The Daytona 116500 versus the Yacht-Master 116655: The Daytona won getting 2028/2958

The GMT-Master 1675 “Tropical” versus the Vintage Day-Date 1803: This one remaining us scratching our heads with the Day-Date 1803 winning with 1540 out of 2918 votes.

The Ceramic Daytona was required to win, and the Day-Date took us by surprise.

Round 3: Elite Eight

The results are in with our Elite Eight!

The GMT-Master 16750 “Pepsi” versus Submariner 116610: The GMT-Master takes a marvelous triumph of the Submariner getting 1624 votes while the 116610 got 1218 votes.

The Vintage Submariner 5512 versus Daytona “Paul Newman”: The Paul Newman effectively took this round bringing home 2003 votes while the vintage Sub just got 883.

The Pepsi won the survey at 57% and the Paul Newman won with 69%.

On the exact day, we had another match up.

The GMT-Master 116710 “Batman” versus Ceramic Daytona 116500: The Daytona 116500 “White” won the round getting 1623 votes while the Batman just got 1395.

Vintage Red Submariner versus Day-Date: The champ here was a treated steel Red Submariner 1680. The Sub had 1776 votes out of 2987.

The Batman lost to the Daytona 116500, and the Red Submariner won with 60%.

Round 4: Final Four

Last Friday, we combined up our last four! We are extremely eager to see the consequences of the title game.

GMT-Master “Pepsi” 16750 versus Daytona 11650 “White”: The GMT-Master lost to the earthenware Daytona with a 1138 to 1404 vote.

Red Submariner 1680 versus Paul Newman Daytona 6263: We see that the Paul Newman is remaining solid at a 61% vote, getting 1555/2538.

The Ceramic Daytona and the Paul Newman will be the finalists on Monday, April ninth, 2018.

Championship Game

Ceramic Daytona 116500 versus Vintage Paul Newman: The title game was close. Before all else, the Ceramic Daytona 116500 quickly started to lead the pack, leaving the Paul Newman in the residue to a 60% to 40% proportion with more than 100 votes. As time advanced the Paul Newman started to acquire on the 116500. Following a long 24 hours, the Paul Newman succeeded at a nearby 54% accumulating 1496 out of 2747.

The victor is the Paul Newman 6263!

The Paul Newman wins the entire bracket.


Thank you to each and every individual who took an interest in our Watch Madness section! Altogether, we’ve gotten more than 77,000 votes.

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