Rolex introduces the new Oyster Perpetual Datejust 36, available in eternal rose gold steel (a combination of oyster steel and 18ct eternal rose gold) and gold steel (oyster Combination of steel and 18ct yellow gold), each model has a variety of dials to choose from. The new log 36, with a diameter of 36 mm, has been redesigned and equipped with a 3235 mechanical movement, which is the pinnacle of watchmaking.
Watches are available in different styles. Timeless rose gold steel with white dial, triangular pitted bezel and 18ct pink gold Roman numerals; gold steel with champagne dial, diamond-set hour markers and triangular pitted bezel; gold steel with white mother-of-pearl dial and setting Drill the outer ring.
Like all Rolex watches, the new Oyster Perpetual Date 36 is certified by the Rolex Super Observatory, guaranteeing superior performance when worn.
The diary is a classic example of a classic watch. It is always new, both in terms of function and aesthetics. Introduced in 1945, it is the world’s first self-winding waterproof chronometer certified watch with a calendar window at 3 o’clock. The watch embodies all the major innovations of Rolex at the time, setting a milestone for modern watchmaking. From an aesthetic point of view, after the years of baptism, the different types of diary watches still retain the original aesthetic characteristics. Therefore, the log type becomes one of the easy-to-recognize names.
Rolex was registered as a trademark in 1933. Since then, the combination of gold and steel has become one of the signature features of Rolex watches. Rolesor combines these two metals: gold, which is both noble and precious, shiny and stable, so it is very attractive; steel, unbreakable, extremely strong and reliable. These qualities perfectly reflect the elegance and outstanding performance of Rolex watches. In the eternal rose gold steel model, the triangular pitted outer ring, crown and strap are made of 18 ct eternal rose gold, and the case and the links on both sides of the strap are made of oystersteel. The gold-steel pitted outer ring, crown and strap middle links are made of 18ct yellow gold, and the case and the links on both sides of the strap are also made of oyster steel.
The oyster-style case of the Date 36 guarantees water resistance to 100 meters (330 feet), a model of solidity and elegance. The middle case is cast from a single piece of solid oystersteel. Rolex watchmakers use the brand’s exclusive tools to tighten the fine pitted bottom cover to seal the case, so only Rolex watchmakers can access the movement. The winding crown is equipped with a double-lock double waterproof system and is firmly screwed to the case. The mirror is made of sapphire and is not easy to scratch. Convex lens at 3 o’clock for easy calendar reading. The waterproof oyster case gives the logistic 36 high-precision movement the best protection.
The new Date 36 is equipped with a caliber 3235, a new generation of movement developed and manufactured by Rolex. The self-winding movement on board fully reflects Rolex’s innovative technology and cutting-edge watchmaking technology. It is fundamentally improved in terms of precision, reliability, power reserve, shock resistance, anti-magnetic and ease of use. This movement is equipped with Rolex’s new patented Chronergy escapement. The new escapement is made of nickel-phosphorus, which is not only efficient and reliable, but also immune to magnetic interference.
The balance with hairspring is the heart of the watch and is equipped with an optimized blue Parachrom hairspring. This hairspring is made of a unique alloy cast by Rolex. It is not affected by magnetic fields and its shock resistance is ten times higher than that of traditional hairsprings. The last Rolex ring ensures that the hairspring can still maintain regularity at any position. The 3235 movement is equipped with an automatic perpetual winding component, which is wound by a perpetual rotor. The new structure of the barrel and the excellent efficiency of the escapement increase the power reserve of the 3235 movement to about 70 hours. The Date 36 is equipped with this movement for the first time.
The new log type 36 is available with an oyster strap and a commemorative strap. Concealed ear caps ensure a visual connection between the strap and the case. The oyster strap style is equipped with a folding oyster buckle, which is also equipped with an easy-to-adjust chain link, which was patented by Rolex in 1996. This extension device is cleverly designed to allow the wearer to easily extend the strap by about 5 mm, making it comfortable to wear in all situations.
Like all Rolex watches, the Date 36 is certified by Rolex in 2015. This unique title proves that the watch has successfully passed a series of tests by Rolex Labs, and its standard exceeds the standard and standard of watchmaking industry. The watch is tested only after it has been assembled to ensure that when it is worn, it can excel in all aspects of precision, power reserve, water resistance and automatic winding. The Rolex Super Chronometer precision timepiece, which is tested after the movement is installed in the case, has an average error of less than two seconds per day, which is more than twice as accurate as the average observatory-certified precision timepiece.
The green seal is the symbol of the superb chronometer. Every Rolex watch comes with this seal and is backed by a global five-year warranty.