Another masterpiece by Rolex
The Oyster Perpetual Day-Date was first created in 1956. It was the first wristwatch to show the date and day of the week on the dial, in a window. Available in two colors – gold and platinum – it featured the president bracelet, originally created for it.
In 2005, Rolex introduced the Oyster Perpetual Day-Date in everose gold, patented by the brand as 18 ct pink gold. The watch’s dial is the typical Rolex face, which identifies the brand’s watches all over the world.
The dial is all manufactured to guarantee perfection, with a particular care with hour markers, which are in 18 ct gold to prevent tarnishing. Today, design and production of Rolex bracelets involve a lot of technology and know-how.
When it comes to design, this watch is beautiful. The President bracelet, with its semi-circular three-piece links, is still the same as the original 1956 Oyster.
The Oyster Perpetual Day-Date 40 features 3255 caliber movement. This is the go to watch for influential people. Of course, the price isn’t for every wallet: at 31 thousand dollars, this is a watch for the wealthy.