About Us

Prestige Hour facilitates the sales of Swiss watches like Rolex, Audemars Piguet, Patek Philippe & Richard Mille in Dubai, we strive to provide outstanding services to watch connoisseurs. Managed by watch professionals with years of experience and vast internation networks, we offer valuable advice on the timepiece, and supply them at great prices to you.

Prestige Mission

Our mission is to source the most exquisite watches to fulfill our customers' needs with our professional knowledge and passion for watches.


Rolex, Patek Philippe and Audemar Piguet, Richard, Mille & many more

The Rolex name is one of the most recognized brands on the entire planet, and a positively dominant force in the wristwatch world.

Recently, specific models like the Submariner, GMT-Master II, and Daytona are seemingly the only ones talked about. Yet considering Rolex’s annual production volume, estimated at 800,000 timepieces, you can be sure that there’s more than just GMTs being purchased.

Founded in 1839, Patek Philippe started as a watch and clock manufacturer based in the Vallée de Joux. An area that is known as the home of many watch brands. Antoni Patek formed “Patek, Czapek & Cie” with Franciszek Czapek. however their co-op ended in 1845 and the business was renamed to Patek & Cie.

During that period French watchmaker Adrien Philippe joined and in 1851 the company was named Patek Philippe & Cie. When Antoni Patek died in 1877 his position was taken over by a son-in-law of Adrien Philippe. The company came in the hands of the Stern family in 1932 and it still is to date.

Audemars Piguet ranks among the
most prestigious luxury
watchmanufactures in the world.
It’s one of the legendary “Big Three”
watch brands, along with fellow Swiss
firms Vacheron Constantin and Patek
Famous for pioneering avant-garde
complicated watches, Audemars Piguet
is best known for its Royal Oak sports
The Royal Oak, rightfully
celebrated as a true icon in
watchmaking, spearheaded the
very concept of the luxury sports
The company also boasts a long
history of landmark achievements
in astronomical complications,
ultra-thin movements,
skeletonization, and chiming

Founded in 1868 by American watchmaker Florentine Ariosto Jones. Ending up in Schaffhausen as the only watch manufacturer in the north-east region of Switzerland. With the help of modern technology and hydropower, they run a factory producing pocket watch movements. After F.A. Jones returns to the US the Rausenbachs take over the company shortly followed by Homberger in 1905. Post-war helps the development of and increased demand for everyday watches and Albert Pellaton develops an anti-magnetic watch.

During the quartz crisis, IWC focusses on masterpieces and experiments with materials. Later on, IWC became part of the Richemont group along with other brands like A. Lange & Söhne, Cartier, Panerai and Jaeger-LeCoultre to name a few.

Even smartphones makers (most notably apple) can't ignore the demand for watches and are producing smart versions of luxury watches.