The Rolex Day-of-the-Day Watch, which was introduced in 1956, is the world’s first watch with a calendar window on the dial and a full-written week. At this year’s Basel International Haute Horlogerie Show, Rolex has added a new member to this series. The 18CT gold case with pavé diamond dial is very eye-catching. Next, let’s feel the charm of the new weekly calendar model together. (Watch model: 128349RBR)
The Rolex Day-Date model with diamonds is noble and elegant. The bezel, dial and bracelet are set with diamonds, dazzling. Gem setting has strict requirements, such as the height of the gem and its precise arrangement, direction and location, the regularity of the setting, the firmness and proportion, and the delicate surface modification of the metal setting. These details need to be handled very carefully in order to present Brilliant effect.
Watch real shot
The watch has a diameter of 36 mm and the case is made of white CT gold. This material is a high-quality material made by Rolex in its own foundry with extremely pure metal. The side of the case is polished with a polishing process. The luster of white CT gold is relatively moist and low-key. The bezel is set with sparkling diamonds, giving the wrist a glamorous embellishment.
The round case extends all the way to the lugs, and the connection between them is elegant and natural. When viewed from the side, the lugs show a certain arc, which is in line with ergonomic settings.
The crown is located on one side of the watch, engraved with the classic Rolex logo.
The craftsmen set the gemstones on the plate with extremely precise skills, and the details on the plate are exquisite. The dial is also inlaid with 11 rainbow gradient sapphire hour markers that complement each other.
There is a date display window at 12 o’clock, a date display window at 3 o’clock, and a small window convex lens, which reads the calendar information more clearly and intuitively.
The heads-type strap is equipped with a three-segment semi-arched link, especially for the Oyster Perpetual Day of the Week calendar watch introduced in 1956. The bracelet is also inlaid with diamonds, which is elegant and comfortable to wear.
The movement is equipped with a new-generation 3255 movement completely developed by Rolex. This movement has 14 patents and is equipped with paramagnetic blue Parachrom hairsprings and high-performance Paraflex cushioning devices. In terms of accuracy, power reserve, shock resistance With excellent antimagnetic performance, wearing comfort and reliability, the power reserve is about 70 hours.
Rolex released this year’s new weekly calendar-set diamond model. The dazzling diamonds radiate dazzling brilliance on the wrist watch, which fully demonstrates the brand’s exquisite watchmaking technology and delicate inlaying technology.
The above is the latest cutting-edge information of the 2019 Basel International Watch and Jewellery Show brought by the Watch House. Next, we will provide more and more exciting exhibition reports, so stay tuned.
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