Today, we have the pleasure of presenting you a very rare and equally outstanding configuration of the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust 41 with this reference 126331-0015. Stunning inside and out, the Everose Rolesor exterior meets a special iteration of the Slate dial.
The Datejust, and likewise the Datejust 41, is an icon with remarkable versatility. Its inimitable blend of elegance, luxurious style and rugged engineering have made it the ideal everyday-wear for so many since its launch in 1945.
This specific iteration continues that rich legacy. Everose Rolesor combines 18ct Everose gold, this proprietary alloy of solid 18ct pink gold developed and produced by Rolex, with the rugged and versatile looks of Oystersteel.
Add to the mix the iconic fluted bezel with its ceaselessly reflective facets, all crafted to the same, extremely high standard.
And the resulting exterior makes for a precious timepiece ready to be worn with pride for decades to come.
With a case diameter of 41 millimeters — as is referenced in the Datejust 41 designation —, low overall thickness and gently curved case profiles, the Oyster case of the Datejust 41 is water resistant to a depth of 100 meters. Not only beautiful to look at, but also made to be a trusty companion that will stand the enduring test of time.
The rarely encountered Slate dial is full of unexpected surprises. Green framed, large and legible Roman numerals in black stand in stark contrast against the luster of 18ct Everose gold hands and appliqués.
The game of opposing elements continues with the crisp, white texts over the subtle sunburst pattern applied on the slate colored dial. The latter serves as an elegant, yet beautiful backdrop to all dial components.
Last, but certainly not least, the Arabic numerals along the periphery of the dial add a most modern touch, turning this Datejust 41 into a precious timepiece that well and truly rules over the passing of time.
Powered by the latest generation Rolex Manufacture Caliber 3235, the Datejust 41 is a Superlative Chronometer, which means that each and every timepiece has individually passed the independent COSC chronometer tests, as well as Rolex’s yet more stringent and thorough in-house quality control procedures. The latest generation caliber has also upped the power reserve to approximately 70 hours, allowing its owner to pick it up on a Monday morning still keeping accurate time after a relaxed weekend.
Tudor Black Bay was born out of a desire to create a timepiece that was durable, accurate, and elegant – a simple goal to state but an extremely difficult one to achieve.
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