|Case Size||36 mm|
|Water Resistance (Meters)||100|
|Glass Material||Sapphire Crystal|
|Warranty Period||2 Years|
MODEL#: M116200-63600_ WHT IND
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Rolex, the popular watchmaking brand of today originated in London, England in 1905, under the name of Wilsdorf and Davis. It was founded by Alfred Davis and Hans Wilsdorf with the aim of manufacturing and distributing precise timepieces, which were rare at that time. In 1910 Rolex launched a watch, which went to become the first wristwatch on earth to be glorified with the Swiss Certificate of Chronometric Precision. The Rolex base was shifted in 1919 from England to Geneva in Switzerland, the city which has been acclaimed for watchmaking throughout the world. In 2013 Rolex entered into a long term collaboration with Formula 1 Racing to act as their Official Timekeeper and Official Timepiece.
The Rolex Datejust Collection, Model- M116200-63600_ WHT IND is a mesmerizing timepiece featuring a white dial enclosed in a 36 mm round case made of durable steel. Its case window is made of scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, protecting the watch from wear and tear. Indexes have been used to identify the hour markers, while the stick shaped hands are silver toned, perfectly complementing the graceful dial. This timekeeper consists of a date display window at 3 o’ clock. The classic bracelet designed in stainless steel, gives the timepiece an elegant appearance.
The captivating model from the Rolex Datejust Collection for men features a sophisticated appearance, combined with a traditional design that highlights its classic appeal. Mechanism of this timepiece is provided by an automated movement. An ergonomic crown allows you to reset or change the time settings with ease.
The basic functions of display of hours, minutes and seconds along with the date are performed by this timepiece. This model possesses the ability of water resistance up to 100 m that keeps the timekeeper safe in case of a sudden downpour.
The Datejust collection was introduced by Rolex in the year 1945. This was the first wristwatch to display automatically changing date through an opening on the dial.
Featuring a classic design and iconic style, the Datejust features a date window located at the 3 o’clock position for your ease in viewing. The date aperture showcases the Cyclops lens on the top, the most distinctive feature of Rolex watches. This lens magnifies the date by approximately two and half times for clear legibility. The watches in this collection have an oyster case, which is clamped shut and extremely robust. The core of the oyster consists of a screw-down case and a signed screw-down crown with twinlock system. This system renders the watches water-resistant up to 100 metres, enabling you to wear them for poolside swimming and snorkelling. The Datejust watches come with two classic Rolex bracelets, either the Jubilee or the Oyster. The Jubilee is a five-piece metal link bracelet with a concealed Crownclasp fitted at the end, and the Oyster is a broad three-piece metal link bracelet, which is quite popular because of its classic appeal. These watches have a standard 36 mm case, and are equipped with a self-winding mechanical movement manufactured by Rolex, the calibre 3135.
A Datejust was presented to an eminent gentleman by Hans Wilsdorf in 1947, on the 100,000th officially certified chronometer celebrated by the brand. The identity of this gentleman has not been revealed till this day. Christian Bale was seen wearing the Rolex Datejust 16013, in the movie American Pyscho. A Datejust has also been worn by Paul Newman in the movie The Color of Money, Bill Murray in the film Lost in Translation, and by various male characters in The Informers.
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