The timeless and elegant Lady-Datejust carries all of the iconic attributes of the originals Datejust in a sophisticated 28 millimeters case, designed for a more slender wrist. It is a timepiece created with a wide variety of versions available to complement lady's personality. These are the unique and stylish aspects that show that Lady-Datejust 28 is a classic design object rather than a passing fashion statement. And the most treasured ones are those that we wear every day, on every occasion.
The Lady-Datejust 28 is the chic option because it is a direct descendant of the original Datejust. The famous Lady Datejust line was introduced as part of Datejust line back in the 1950s offering the collection’s trademark combination of style and function in a smaller, more feminine size. Since than, the women models have evolved continuously with a 28 millimeters case diameter. Aesthetically, the model carries the classic features associated with the Datejust family, including the presence of the trademark date display window, which is located at the 3 o’clock position and fitted with a Cyclops magnifying lens.
This feminine version has a unique style that can be worn during the week, same as the weekend. In addition, the Lady-Datejust 28 can feature either a fluted, domed or diamond-set bezel, and be fitted onto a Jubilee, Oyster or President bracelet. An extensive range of dials is available, including those in mother-of-pearl, decorated with gem-set stars markers and timeless Roman numerals.
With all the features of the originals Datejust – this compact timepiece promotes evolution in design, rather than a revolution. The Lady-Datejust 28 is emblematic of Rolex’s mechanical strength and purposeful functionality. The new Rolex Lady Datejust 28 watches are powered by the in-house Calibre 2236 movement which is equipped with a patented Syloxi hairspring in silicon. This movement has Superlative Chronometer certification, precision to the order of -2/+2 seconds per day and a 55 hours power reserve.
Named after the one-eyed giant of Greek mythology, the Cyclops lens is a signature feature of the Rolex Datejust. It magnifies the watch's emblematic date display two and the half times for easy reading. Behind the Cyclops, as with every feature of a Rolex timepiece, lies a history of inventions and the endless search for perfection. Rolex patented the invention and its name in 1953. Today, it features the most Oyster watches with a date function.
A unique meeting of metals, gold and stainless steel with their contrasting colours – this is Rolesor. Together, these two partners are in perfect harmony. One, noble and precious is known for its lustre, and the other, renowned for its resistance brings strength and reliability.
For those ladies looking for something little more extravagant, there are diamond decorated versions that cast a subtle gleam of light