Cutting edge technology and good looks make classic timepieces works of art.

Synonymous with elegance, style and luxury, Rolex has been creating the world’s finest timepieces since 1905. After the successful launch of the Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller models in 2012, Rolex is offering three new versions of its innovative world travellers’ watch. With its unique design, this 42 mm watch  is made of solid 18 carat yellow, white or Everose gold. Rolex introduces new, exclusive dials combined with its signature bracelets and leather straps.

Using the finest raw materials, every part of a Rolex watch is fashioned and assembled with meticulous attention to detail. The new members of the Oyster Perpetual watch collection are no exception and they all reflect Rolex’s cutting-edge technology and discernible style. In addition to the quality care given to the conception of the designs, each individual Rolex timepiece is carefully examined and tested before being offered to our valued customers.

In keeping with Rolex founder Mr Hans Wilsdorf’s vision of elegance and reliability, each watch encapsulates the values which have ensured that the world-renowned Rolex Oyster Perpetual reputation remains intact. Like any item of pure style, Rolex’s Oyster Perpetual models are instantly recognisable among watches. The new introductions include the GMT-Master II, Sea-Dweller 4000, Sky-Dweller, Datejust Pearlmaster 34, Cosmograph Daytona, Milgauss and Oyster Perpetual.

The GMT-Master II features a 40 mm Oyster case, guaranteed waterproof to a depth of 100 metres (330 feet), that is both elegant and strong enough to handle any situation. Impressive in 18 carat white gold, this model features a knurled bezel and its fluted case back is screwed down tightly with a special tool exclusive to Rolex watchmakers. This masterful watch is also protected by a crown guard. Its crystal, with a Cyclops lens for easy reading of the date, is made of virtually scratch proof sapphire.

The Sea-Dweller is a legend among divers’ watches and a classic is re-introduced in a contemporary version of the Oyster Perpetual Sea-Dweller, a model created by the brand in 1967. This 40 mm divers’ watch is waterproof down to 1,220 metres (4,000 feet). It also features the latest in Rolex innovation: Cerachrom bezel insert in ceramic, long-lasting Chromalight luminescence, paramagnetic blue Parachrom hairspring, Oysterlock safety clasp and Rolex Glidelock bracelet extension system.

The stunningly beautiful Cosmograph Daytona boasts a calibre 4130, a signature self-winding mechanical chronograph movement. Like all Rolex Perpetual models the 4130 is a certified Swiss chronometer: a designation reserved for high-precision watches that have successfully passed the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC) tests.

Created in 1956 for engineers and technicians who were exposed to magnetic fields that disrupt the performance of mechanical watches, the Milgauss has remained the avant-garde watch. Designed to withstand strong interference of up to 1,000 gauss, the Milgauss was the pioneer in magnetic resistance and became the watch of choice for scientists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva. Rolex has also updated its versions of the quintessential Oyster Perpetual: the purest expression of the Oyster concept.

Having no other function than a clear, accurate time display, the Oyster Perpetual combines the renowned Rolex waterproof Oyster case and the self-winding Rolex Perpetual movement famed for its precision and reliability. Not to mention its good looks as well. The Oyster Perpetual is an officially certified chronometer endowed with all the fundamental attributes of the Oyster collection. Each timepiece is designed and crafted with precision and reflects Rolex’s commitment to the fine art of watch making. Rolex’s teams of talented watchmakers, designers, gem-setters and engineers mean that each Rolex is tended to by some of the world’s best artisans.  

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