Introducing: The New Rolex Datejust 41mm
The Datejust, first created in 1946, is the bread and butter for Rolex. It is one of their generally famous and well known models and the vintage adaptations are unfathomably collectible. Another mostly secret certainty is that the women’s Datejust is the most elevated selling Rolex model EVER (no doubt). So it is nothing unexpected that Rolex continues to waste time with the Datejust in light of the fact that, it’s simply a great watch.
Which carries me to the 41 mm. This “new” model highlights similar tasteful and plan as it’s archetypes (the Datejust 36 mm and the Datejust II which is 41 mm), with a sunburst dial and sparkling fluted bezel. The watch includes the standard date at 3 o’clock that has moved somewhat and is presently nearer to the fluted bezel. However, the main thing to note about this watch is the new Rolex type 3235 which is programmed with a force hold of 70 hours. This new in-house development highlights 14 protected parts and highlights a Parachrom hairspring that is multiple times more exact than a standard hairspring.
The new Datejust 41 mm is accessible in “Rolesor gold,” which is a combination of 904L steel and 18k yellow gold and hardened steel with Jubilee wristband. Or then again there is the “Everose Rolesor gold” and treated steel set with precious stone lists with an Oyster arm band (champagne or dark dial). Both are COSC confirmed and are enrolled Superlative Chronometers.
The retail of this piece is CHF 12,000 for the yellow gold and steel; CHF 13,600 for the Everose and steel with champagne dial and precious stone files; and CHF 13,300 for the Everose and steel with dark dial and jewel files.
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