From SwissWatchExpo…
Spotlight on: the Rolex Datejust 41. The Datejust to own. Simple and focused on the essentials, the
Rolex Datejust line remains the archetypal Rolex timepiece. Created in 1945, it has become
the reference of classically designed watches, thereafter. Since its launch, the Rolex Datejust was offered
only, in a 36 millimeterOyster case, a size that Rolex offers to this day. Over time,
Rolex would respond to the trend of larger watches. There’s the Rolex Datejust II. While it
was discontinued in 2016, it’s loved for its larger but wearable size, and sporty look. And today, we have the Rolex Datejust 41.
Picking up where the Datejust II left off, it offers the same classic look of the traditional
Datejust, only larger. With the current preference for larger watches,
should you be looking at the Datejust 41 as your next watch? What exactly makes the Datejust 41, the Datejust
to own? Let’s check out it’s features! Despite being 41 millimeter in size, the Datejust
41 is decidedly more refined, than the Datejust II. The Oyster case sits comfortably on the wrist,
with its slim profile, and thinner, tapered lugs. Its size is perfect in meeting today’s
larger watch trends, even for women who want an oversized timepiece. It was initially available only in Rolesor
steel and yellow gold, but that changed in 2018. There is a choice between a domed and fluted
bezel, luminous baton markers and diamond indexes, as well as different dials. There’s silver, black, rhodium, blue, sundust,
and mother of pearl to choose from. It also comes in other two-tone designs, combining
Oystersteel, and yellow, white, or Everose gold; plus an all-Oystersteel model. The Datejust 41 also offers both the sporty
Oyster bracelet, and the dressier, Jubilee bracelet. Its Oysterclasp folding clasp, is already
equipped with the Easylink extension system, found in most Rolex sport watches – this
allows the bracelet’s length to be extended by as much, as 5 millimeters. It’s also equipped with Rolex’s Calibre
3235, their newest generation time and date, automatic mechanical movement. This movement boasts of the new, Chronergy
escapement – a patented Rolex innovation, which provides a power reserve of approximately
70 hours. All in all, the Rolex Datejust 41 houses the
brand’s latest improvements in a sleek, new look that still sticks to the Datejust’s
classic elements. An instant classic that’s worth being part of your collection. Want to learn more about Rolex watches?
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