There is no secret to anyone that Adam Levine is one of the best dressed singers there is. Although he has a very casual and relaxed style all the time, the Maroon 5 main singer always looks perfect, and this includes not only his clothes but also his accessories. One of the most popular pieces that he is wearing is his watch; the Daytona 6240 Rolex, a collectible timeless watch.
Like any other Rolex watch, the Daytona model is also extremely elegant, a classic some might think, and designed to get the attention in any circumstance. Strangely enough, when Rolex first produced this watch only a number of pieces were made, because they thought that it will not sell well. Indeed, the Daytona did not have much success back in the 60’s, but nowadays the watch is extremely difficult to find and it can only be bought for a small fortune.
The Daytona watch is made from high quality steel that will not change its appearance over the years. A clear proof of this is that even nowadays, more than 50 years after the watch was made, it still looks impeccable and every piece that was produced in that time is mostly intact. The strap of the watch is also made of stainless steel, which makes it appropriate both for casual and elegant outfits; Adam Levine is wearing his Daytona successfully during concerts or on the red carpets with expensive suits.
One of the reasons why there’s so much discussion around Adam’s watch is not because the watch is a Rolex or because it is pricey (and it is quite expensive), but because it is a classic. The original version that was produced in the 60’s evolved, and anyone who knows something about watches can look at this piece and see how the entire collection evolved. The details may go unnoticeable for most of the people, but not for a specialist. Adam does not only show his impeccable taste in choosing clothes and accessories, but he is also making a statement: he loves the classics and he is not afraid to show it.
Regarding the price of the watch, it is difficult to say how much it is actually worth. It was made in a limited edition and not many pieces are still available in good condition, so it depends on how the watch looks now and how well it was preserved.