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Rolex unveils its new watch releases at the highly anticipated 2021 Watches and Wonders.
Discover the Rolex releases at Winsor Bishop here.
NEW-GENERATION ROLEX EXPLORER
The new-generation Oyster Perpetual Explorer has returned to the original 36 mm case size. The new size mirrors the famous case from 1953, the year the Rolex Explorer was introduced.
The reduction in size from 39 mm to 36 mm makes a remarkable difference to how this classic watch looks and feels on the wrist. Even more aesthetically pleasing is the decision to produce this timepiece in a yellow Rolesor version, combining Oystersteel and 18ct yellow gold.
The dial upgrade should also not go unnoticed, featuring a black lacquer finish with contrasting Chromalight hour markers and hands that feature a long-lasting luminescent material, giving a bold brightness even in dark conditions.
Not to be overlooked is the addition of the latest Rolex technology, the mechanical movement. The 3230 movement was first released in 2020 and boasts an accuracy of -2/+2 seconds per day and a fantastic power reserve of approximately 70 hours, making this watch both effortlessly wearable and truly practical.
ROLEX COSMOGRAPH DAYTONA WITH METEORITE DIAL
We can think of no better addition to one of the most popular watches in the world than the meteorite dial.
The meteorite dial further cements the Cosmograph Daytona as a serious collector’s item. Each unique piece of this rare and precious material is selected according to incredibly strict aesthetic criteria, making each of these extraordinary watches truly one of a kind.
The 18ct white gold Cosmograph Daytona features the monobloc Cerachrom bezel crafted in a single ring of hardwearing black ceramic with the instantly recognisable tachymetric scale moulded into the surface. The 18ct yellow gold model and 18ct Everose gold model feature bezels crafted in their respective precious metals with the tachymetric scale engraved intricately into the surface.
The Cosmograph Daytona features calibre 4130, boasting an approximately 72-hour power reserve, and is accurate to -2/+2 seconds per day.
This iconic timepiece has, for over 50 years, remained in a class of its own amongst chronograph complication watches. The addition of the meteorite dial elevates the Cosmograph Daytona further into legendary status.
ROLEX DATEJUST 36 WITH NEW DIAL OPTIONS
The Datejust 36 has never waned in popularity since its release in 1945.
The latest additions to the range include three striking dials with palm motifs and one with a distinctive fluted design.
The beautiful palm motif dials are available in olive green, silver and golden.
The silver palm motif dial is available on the 18 ct Everose Rolesor version and the olive-green option is presented on the Oystersteel watch. Both the golden palm motif dial and the golden fluted motif dial are available on the 18 ct yellow Rolesor versions.
These dial designs bring vibrant colour to the traditional and renowned Rolex Datejust, elevating the classic whilst honouring tradition.
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