For 2017, Rolex has introduced the new Datejust reference 126334. This new model boasts a larger size and now comes in stainless steel. It is the very first time that the case comes in stainless steel, which guarantees a more friendly price tag.
The most classic wristwatch of Rolex replica Swiss is perhaps the Rolex Datejust. Not the first wristwatch , but the most recognizable wristwatch. The Rolex Datejust was introduced in 1945, in the same year that the company celebrated its 40th birthday. A lot has changed since then, but a lot hasn’t changed either. Since 1945, the diameter of the Datejust has remained at 36mm, a size that Rolex still offers to this day. As larger options were often asked for, Rolex first answered in 2009 with the Datejust II, already at 41mm. Last year though, the bigger Datejust enjoyed a serious renovation and its case got slimmer. The aim and end-result was to make it look more like the 36mm Datejust, just larger.
I find that a newer, larger Datejust in stainless steel extremely appealing. It takes a solid, everyday design and updates it to modern standards, which makes for a very versatile timepiece. The case is 41mm in diameter, which works well with the fluted bezel. Furthermore, the new stainless steel construction adds a whole new element of everyday wear. Additionally, if you find the bezel too dressy, Rolex also offers a model without the fluted bezel. Finally, the Datejust can be configured with either a standard oyster or jubilee bracelet. The jubilee is ideal if you want a dressier look and frankly, pairs nicely with the white gold fluted bezel.
We should not forget that the Datejust is now equiped with the impressive caliber 3235. It comes equipped with the new Rolex Calibre 3235, offering improvements in terms of precision, resistance to shocks and magnetic fields, power reserve (now 70 hours) and winding efficiency. It features the new Chronergy escapement and the balance wheel is fitted with the Parachrom hairspring, a paramagnetic alloy exclusive to Rolex. It is regulated within tolerances of −2/+2 seconds per day, or more than twice that required of an official chronometer. The Rolex Datejust 41 reference 126334 is priced from $6,300 with the steel bezel and from $9,350 with the 18k white gold bezel.