Rolex Cosmograph Daytona

ROLEX COSMOGRAPH DAYTONA OYSTER, 40 MM, OYSTERSTEEL STEEL AND YELLOW GOLD The Cosmograph Daytona, launched in 1963, was designed to meet the needs of professional pilots. An icon that name and function have always linked to the universe of motor sports and high performance. Fifty years after its creation, the Cosmograph Daytona remains an absolute point of reference in the firmament of sports chronographs. Characteristics of the watch The functions of the chronograph THE ROLESOR Gold is coveted for its brilliance and its prestige; steel is renowned for its reliability and strength. United, these two materials are harmoniously combined to best express their respective properties. The Rolesor, present on Rolex models ... Read More

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Rolex Datejust 41

Very nice the blue Rolex dial with a soleil finish. It can be combined with either the typical three-link Oyster bracelet or the Jubilé. Personally, I prefer the first option, although thanks to the presence of the knurled bezel, the other can also look good. Movement Mount the Perpetual Caliber 3255 which today is the best Rolex can offer for an automatic movement (without chronograph). Seen for the first time in the 2016 novelties, it is the same that animates the "brother" Rolex Datejust 41 available in the Rolesor yellow or Rolesor Everose version and the new Sea-Dweller. To get straight to point two are the prominent features of Rolex's latest manufacturing movement: ... Read More

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