The new Rolex Datejust 36:

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The dark rhodium dial on the new Datejust 36 creates an elegant contrast with the Everose Rolesor case and bracelet. The diamond-set bezel and Roman numerals VI and IX sparkle radiantly, while the iconic Jubilee bracelet ensures timelessness.
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The new Oyster Perpetual Datejust 36 in an Everose Rolesor version – a combination of Oystersteel and 18ct Everose gold. Featuring a fluted bezel and a white dial with 18ct pink gold Roman numerals for a classic yet sophisticated look.
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The yellow Rolesor version of the new Datejust 36. The diamond-set hour markers on the champagne-colour dial, which has a sunray finish, adds another layer of prestige to the Rolex signature combination of 18ct gold and Oystersteel.
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The classic Datejust 41 featuring a slate dial with distinctive pad-printed Roman numerals in black and green. The white minute markers and the iconic Cyclops lens ensure the time and the date are easy to read, on and off the court.
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The Rolex Datejust 41 on the perfectly mowed lawn of the Centre Court at The Championships, Wimbledon.
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The Perfect Match. One epic rally played by the greatest tennis players in the world. Legends have made history on the prestigious grass courts inspiring new generations of champions. Rolex marks 40 years of tennis excellence since it became the Official Timekeeper of The Championships, Wimbledon in 1978.
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In 2012, the Rolex Deepsea Challenge experimental watch made history. It accompanied film-maker and explorer James Cameron on his solo dive to the deepest part of the ocean, at the bottom of the Mariana Trench, some 11 kilometres (6.8 miles) below sea level. During its development, the watch was tested in a special hyperbaric tank at pressures up to 1,500 bars, corresponding to a depth of 15,000 metres (nearly 50,000 feet); this is 25 per cent greater than the depth at which the watch is guaranteed waterproof. Entirely developed and manufactured in-house, the Rolex Deepsea Challenge is an example of exceptional engineering.
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A Rolex Testimonee since 1994, David Doubilet is a pioneer and one of the best known underwater photographers in the world. After publishing his first article in National Geographic in 1971, he swiftly gained recognition as one of the magazine’s top photographers. David Doubilet’s lens has captured all the waters of the planet. These exceptional images contribute to public fascination for the ocean and its creatures, while at the same time encouraging their preservation. Accompanying him for over 50 years of adventure is a Rolex watch, one which has witnessed around 27,000 hours underwater and experiences that are one of a kind. @daviddoubilet
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Diving into the ocean’s midnight zone: when blue fades to pitch black in the mysterious underwater world. There lies the deep ocean, the realm of the Rolex Deepsea, waterproof to 3,900 metres (12,800 feet).
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The new-generation calibre 3235 powers the Rolex Deepsea for the first time. Its oscillator is fitted with the exclusive blue Parachrom hairspring, which is 10 times more precise than a traditional hairspring in case of shocks. Thanks to its new barrel architecture and the Chronergy escapement’s superior efficiency, the power reserve of calibre 3235 extends to approximately 70 hours.
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The last trace of light from the surface before reaching the bottom of the ocean.
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