Colorful Watch---Rolex Day-Date colorful strap watch
The Rolex Day-Date, released in 1956 and recommended by Rolex because the first chronometer watch to go into detail both date and day of the week on its dial, has throughout its lengthy history been available only in gold cases. That tradition continues with five models released in 2013 that have 18k yellow gold, 18k white gold, or 18k Everose gold case is available in various dial-strap combinations.
The instances all measure 36 mm across and therefore are milled from the solid block of gold. These Rolex Day-Dates have the ability to dials that match their leather straps and represent a veritable rainbow of colors. You will find five combinations available: green and cognac dials and straps around the watches with yellow-gold cases blue or cherry around the watches with whitened-gold cases and chocolate on the watch with Everose gold case. (Everose gold is definitely an exclusive, high-wholesomeness alloy produced by Rolex which has a smattering of platinum within the mix.) There's also a classical version in Everose gold having a rhodium dial and black strap.
The instances, which measure an extremely modest 36 mm across, are milled from solid blocks of 18k gold and also have fluted case backs hermetically screwed lower with special tools used solely by Rolex watchmakers. The screw-lower crown is equipped with Rolex’s Twin-lock double waterproofing system. The fluted bezel surrounds a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal having a Cyclops lens - a hallmark of the Rolex Day-Date - magnification the date within the window at 3 o’clock. The dials possess a sunray finish and also the hands and appliqué indices are created of the same gold because the case.
These colorful Rolex Day-Dates are operated by Rolex’s manufacture Caliber 3155, an automatic movement and licensed COSC chronometer. Nowhere Parachrom hairspring (Parachrom is yet another Rolex-exclusive alloy) within the movement’s oscillator should resist the influence of magnetic fields and withstand extreme temperature versions.
Based on Rolex, this kind of hairspring can also be 10 occasions more shock-resistant compared to traditional type. One of the movement’s other characteristics really are a large balance wheel with variable inertia, a Breguet overcoil, an end-seconds function for precise time-setting, along with a power reserve close to 48 hours.
The colorful straps, which produce a monochromatic look combined with their matching dials, have alligator leather and also have 18k gold folding clasps fitted with Rolex’s Crown clasp system, which enables easy adjustment of the strap length. Prices around the five Rolex Day-Dates vary from $23,000 to $25,000.