Question: Where is the clasp code on a Rolex watch?

The clasp code is engraved in the clasp of the bracelet. These two numbers will help you to track the production year of your Rolex watch.

How can you tell if a Rolex clasp is real?

If you open the clasps of both watches, you can see the inside of the real Rolexs clasp has an engraving of an emblem – with the word “ROLEX” in the center and the Rolex crown above it – as well as the (very small) words “GENEVA” and “SWISS MADE” engraved to the right of the emblem.

Where is the Rolex bracelet number?

The Rolex serial numbers are found between the lugs on the side of the case at the 6 oclock side, behind the bracelet. This 4-8 digit number is engraved by Rolex on every watch and it can be used to determine its production date.

Do all Rolex watches have serial number between lugs?

Every genuine Rolex has a unique serial number. It will be in one of two places, depending when it was made. If your watch was made before 2005, youll find its serial number engraved on the case between the lugs (the horns that attach to the bracelet) of the 6 oclock side.

When did Rolex change the clasp?

In 2011, Rolex did away with the previous clasp code configurations system, changing to a completely random three digit clasp code system.

Can you change the clasp on a Rolex?

The majority of Rolexs watches are sold with the Oyster bracelet, and if you are looking to adjust the clasp of your watch and you have an Oyster clasp, youll be happy to hear that it can be done easily, without having to remove any links.

How do I tighten my Rolex?

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