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June 21, 2024

All you need to know about the newest Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner

Swiss watch manufacturer Rolex virtually launched four additions to the iconic Oyster Perpetual collection: Submariner, Datejust, Oyster Perpetual and Sky-Dweller.
The Oyster watch, launched in 1926, was Rolex’s first waterproof wristwatch. These new Oyster watches are equipped with the best Rolex-patented technologies.
Oyster Perpetual Submariner
Oyster Perpetual Submariner
Oyster Perpetual Submariner. Courtesy: Rolex
Both the new Oyster Perpetual Submariner and Oyster Perpetual Submariner Date have a larger 41 mm case and a bracelet with a broader centre link. The former is characterised with recently-launched calibre 3230, while the latter features calibre 3235. These movements use Rolex’s Chronergy escapement and offer a power reserve of approximately 70 hours.
The new Submariner features a black dial and matching Cerachrom bezel insert. While there are three versions of Submariner Date being presented; Oystersteel with a black dial and green bezel insert; Yellow Rolesor (combining Oystersteel and 18k yellow gold) with a royal blue dial and blue bezel insert; 18k white gold version having a black dial and blue bezel insert.
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Oyster Perpetual Datejust
Oyster Perpetual Datejust. Courtesy: Rolex
Oyster Perpetual Datejust. Courtesy: Rolex
The new white Rolesor versions of Oyster Perpetual Datejust 31 combine Oystersteel and 18k white gold. The first version features a diamond-set bezel surrounding a dark purple, sunray-finish dial. The dial stands out because of its Roman numerals crafted in 18k white gold. The highlight is number IV, set with 11 diamonds.
The other versions feature; a mint green, sunray-finish dial; a white lacquer dial; and a dark grey, sunray-finish dial. All of these are equipped with calibre 2236 which is equipped with Rolex’s Syloxi hairspring. The power reserve offered is approximately 55 hours.
New Oyster Perpetual


New Oyster Perpetual. Courtesy: Rolex
New Oyster Perpetual. Courtesy: Rolex
The Oyster Perpetual 41 features two sun-ray finish dial colour options; silver and bright black. The first version, an Oystersteel watch gives off a retro vibe with hour markers and hands crafted in 18k yellow gold. While the second version features the same in 18k white gold.
The Oyster Perpetual 36 features lacquer dials in five original colours; candy pink, turquoise blue, yellow, coral red and green. An Oyster bracelet and an Oysterclasp with the Easylink comfort extension system can be seen in the watches. With the power of  calibre 3230, the reserve goes up to 70 hours.
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Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller
Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller. Courtesy: Rolex
Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller. Courtesy: Rolex

The Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller is the first from this collection to be equipped with Rolex’s Oysterflex bracelet. Crafted in 18k yellow gold, this version features a bright black, sunray-finish dial and an elastomer bracelet with an Oysterclasp and the Rolex Glidelock extension system. Its calibre 9001 consists of a blue Parachrom hairspring, created by Rolex in an exclusive paramagnetic alloy. You can expect a power reserve of around 72 hours.
These watches come with a green seal and the brand’s own Superlative Chronometer certification. An international five-year guarantee is also provided.

Kannav Chaudhary


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