Swiss watch manufacturer Rolex virtually launched four additions to the iconic Oyster Perpetual collection: Submariner, Datejust, Oyster Perpetual and Sky-Dweller.
The Oyster watch, launched in 1926, was Rolex’s first waterproof wristwatch. These new Oyster watches are equipped with the best Rolex-patented technologies.
Oyster Perpetual Submariner
Both the new Oyster Perpetual Submariner and Oyster Perpetual Submariner Date have a larger 41 mm case and a bracelet with a broader centre link. The former is characterised with recently-launched calibre 3230, while the latter features calibre 3235. These movements use Rolex’s Chronergy escapement and offer a power reserve of approximately 70 hours.
The new Submariner features a black dial and matching Cerachrom bezel insert. While there are three versions of Submariner Date being presented; Oystersteel with a black dial and green bezel insert; Yellow Rolesor (combining Oystersteel and 18k yellow gold) with a royal blue dial and blue bezel insert; 18k white gold version having a black dial and blue bezel insert.
Oyster Perpetual Datejust
The new white Rolesor versions of Oyster Perpetual Datejust 31 combine Oystersteel and 18k white gold. The first version features a diamond-set bezel surrounding a dark purple, sunray-finish dial. The dial stands out because of its Roman numerals crafted in 18k white gold. The highlight is number IV, set with 11 diamonds.
The other versions feature; a mint green, sunray-finish dial; a white lacquer dial; and a dark grey, sunray-finish dial. All of these are equipped with calibre 2236 which is equipped with Rolex’s Syloxi hairspring. The power reserve offered is approximately 55 hours.
New Oyster Perpetual