About Rolex Datejust
There is an undoubted level of timeless elegance attached to having a Rolex Datejust on your wrist. It is an officially certified, self winding chronometer, and was the first wristwatch ever to incorporate a date function when it was launched in 1945.
You can find it featuring both of the classic bracelets, either the oyster or the jubilee, and is available in mid and ladies sizes, as well as the original. Colour wise, the Datejust and bracelet are generally available in yellow gold, steel, and steel with yellow, white or even rose gold.
Some models of the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust are available still with their stunning presentation box and certificate. Others are likely to have been pre owned and carefully worn for several years. For example, you might find a blue dial from the late 1960s, a vintage silver linen textured dial with silver chromed hour markers and hands, or a champagne dial.
Other variations include black diamond or stainless steel with blue stick, or a ladies champagne variant with diamonds. It is also possible to pick up parts, such as bracelet links, to help repair and maintain a model you may already own.
Simple descriptions can never do justice to the look of an iconic piece like the Rolex Datejust. It?s best to simply take your time to choose the model that is just right for you, or for the lucky recipient.