The Rhodium dial Datejust 41 in white Rolesor – a combination of 904L steel and 18ct white gold. Its crystal is made of virtually scratchproof sapphire. #Rolex#Datejust#101031
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The Rolex Datejust 41 traces its lineage back to the original 1945 model, making it immediately recognisable as an Oyster. While every detail has been refined and improved through time, the fluted bezel, the Oyster case and the Jubilee bracelet are unmistakeable. #Rolex#Datejust
The iconic Cyclops lens at 3 o’clock magnifying the date for easy reading is a signature feature of the Rolex Datejust. The date changes instantaneously at midnight in a few thousandths of a second. #Rolex#Datejust#101031
What makes the annual calendar of the Rolex Sky-Dweller truly special is the ingeniously simple design of its Saros system, named after an astronomical phenomenon. A "satellite" wheel rotates and orbits a fixed "planetary" wheel in one month. One of the satellite’s fingers receives an additional impulse on the four 30-day months, making the calendar disc jump from the 30th to the 1st to display the correct date. #Rolex#SkyDweller
Setting the Sky-Dweller’s three main functions (the home time, local time and date) is quick and easy. It can be done in any order, and both forwards and backwards, without restriction. Each function is accessed using the rotatable Ring Command bezel and adjusted with the winding crown, which has only one setting position. The operation is as simple as 1-2-3. #Rolex#SkyDweller
The Rolex Sky-Dweller features an annual calendar that requires only one date adjustment a year, when the month changes from February to March; the current month is cleverly displayed by means of 12 apertures next to each hour marker : from January at 1 o'clock to December at 12 o'clock. #Rolex#SkyDweller