an in-house developed and manufactured movement of Rolex

rolex-day-date-automatic-silver-dial-watch-58 rolex-day-date-automatic-silver-dial-watch-58_1 rolex-day-date-automatic-silver-dial-watch-58_2 rolex-day-date-automatic-silver-dial-watch-58_3I like to talk a lot about good, clean, and effective design on #TBT. It’s everything that looks easy, however is often hard to master. As I’ve mentioned, I think that Seiko and Rolex display this mastery time and time again in the bulk of their pieces. To me, creating good design not merely takes into account the layout of various characteristics on a timepiece, however as well blends materials, textures, hues, and proper proportion into the effort.
however, not everyone is into a date on the dial of their watch, let alone that they want a cyclops to stick out. While it has certainly been worn, it’s a bit like a time capsule in that it contains all of its paperwork and even another set of hands, which may be the originals, stored inside an aluminum Rolex dial box. Two alternatives were the Rolex Milgauss in 41mm and the Rolex Explorer in 39mm. However, the Milgauss has the odd-looking second hand and the Explorer in 39mm isn’t as ‘pure’ as the previous 36mm version according to several. What I later discovered is that the Rolex Oyster Perpetual was a longtime mainstay in the company’s lineup.
Next to the new fake Rolex Yachtmaster in Everose gold and the Day-Date 40mm, the 39mm Rolex Oyster Perpetual might look a bit straightforward and nothing really new, however, I think it is. 39mm is a perfect case size for several people, men, and women. The owner’s instructions book is in German as evidenced by “Ihre Rolex replica watches” on the cover.
The Rolex Oyster Perpetual is a clean-looking piece, comes on the famous Oyster bracelet, and has the unmistakable brushed finish on the case and bracelet, with polished facets and sides. The dial has the ‘Superlative Chronometer Officially Certified’ wording to show you it has this super accurate and certified movement. The watch is made of the 904L stainless steel that Rolex started using with the Sea-Dweller. The Rolex Oyster Perpetual is water-resistant to 100 meters / 330 feet and has the Twinlock screw-down crown to ensure this. The other accessible dials for the Rolex Oyster Perpetual reference 114300 are blue (with green accents) and ‘Red Grape’ with bright red accents. I guess the rhodium and blue dial versions are the most masculine variations, however, I wouldn’t be surprised if there’s male demand for the Red Grape Rolex Oyster Perpetual as well. The dial of my preference for the 39mm Rolex Oyster Perpetual is this stunning dark rhodium sun-ray finished one, with small blue accents. This Rolex Oyster Perpetual 114300 has a friendly price tag of CHF5400.- Swiss Francs. In my opinion a fair price for a stainless steel manufacture watch of high quality.
Aside from the aesthetics, and I already obsessed that part a lot about the new Rolex Oyster Perpetual, there are as well several things to say about the technical aspects of the replica watches. Rolex developed a new movement for this Oyster Perpetual, featuring – besides the day and date indicator – a power reserve of 70 hours, a new escapement (called Chronology), and a high precision (-2 / +2 seconds per day).