The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust 36 in Everose Rolesor is a true all-rounder. Timelessly elegant, yet versatile in its appearance, with details of ultimate refinement wrapped around a robust construction.
Today’s particular Datejust 36 serves to highlight the importance of trying multiple variations of your chosen collection on, before committing to a particular reference.
This Datejust 36, with an Everose Rolesor exterior — part Oystersteel, part 18ct Everose gold, with a white dial and Everose Roman numerals is certainly not the most straightforward configuration of the iconic Datejust.
Nevertheless, it may very well be one of the most versatile and intriguing configurations of them all.
The crisp, white dial provides a touch sportiness and enhanced legibility — a perfect complement to the rugged Oystersteel used for part of the exterior.
On the other hand, the unquestionably elegant style of Roman numerals, rendered in 18ct Everose gold, go brilliantly with the 18ct Everose gold used for the bezel, bracelet center links and crown.
Available in a great many variations, the Datejust 36 can truly be tailored to suit one’s taste and style, through a wide spectrum of materials available for the case and bracelet, and an equally wide range of dials to choose from.
The Datejust 36 has long ago proven the timelessness of its perfect proportions with its case diameter of 36 millimeters. The fluted bezel, another classical component to the Datejust, along with the cyclops date magnifier and the five-link Jubilee bracelet, render the Datejust complete not just for today, but for many, many decades, if not longer, to come.
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