Oyster, 36mm, Gold & Oystersteel
Triangular pit pattern
Water resistant up to 100 meters/330 feet
Self-winding mechanical perpetual movement
Rolex Caliber 3235
about 70 hours
Commemorative (Jubilee), five grid links
champagne with diamonds
Superb chronometer certification: Swiss Observatory certification (COSC) + Rolex certification (after the movement is installed in the case)
The sunray effect used on Rolex dials is the primary method for achieving pure metallic tones on the same metal, such as silver grey, rhodium or ruthenium.
Triangular pit outer ring
The Rolex triangular pit pattern is a feature of the brand watch. Initially, the triangular pit pattern on the Oyster bezel served a practical purpose, helping to fasten the bezel to the case and ensure the watch’s water resistance. The groove design of the bottom cover is also based on the same consideration, and is screwed to the case position with a specific Rolex tool. Later, the triangular pit pattern became an aesthetic design element and a real Rolex feature. Today, the triangular pit pattern has become a feature of brand watches and is often used in gold watches.
Gold, beautiful and noble, fascinates people. Steel, extremely strong and reliable. The two are harmoniously blended and ingeniously combined with other characteristics. Gold steel is the signature feature of Rolex. It has been configured in Rolex watches as early as the early 1930s, and the brand name was officially registered in 1933. This is also one of the distinctive features of the Oyster series.