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What’s new at Rolex

Introducing the latest creations in the Oyster Perpetual collection


As the old song goes: some things change and some things stay the same. Thankfully for us Rolex likes to keep some things changing and this time it’s the turn of the Oyster Perpetual to get some sparkly new additions.

The new Submariner

One of Rolex’s most iconic ranges, the Submariner came about after Hans Wilsdorf, Rolex’s founder, realised the need to create a watch that was fully waterproof in 1914. Fast forward to today and the Oyster Perpetual Submariner and Oyster Perpetual Submariner Date, both professional divers watches have been redesigned with a slightly larger 41mm case. They have also been equipped with calibre 3230 and 3235.

The new Datejust

One of Rolex’s most popular models, the newly updated Oyster Perpetual Datejust 31 now comes with a white Rolesor which means that the Oystersteel and 18carat white gold are combined and now features dials in a wide variety of colours and index markers either in hour markers or Roman numerals.

The new Oyster Perpetual

Don’t know what the Oyster Perpetual is? Well, it’s the one without the classic Rolex bubble. This time around it has gone through a total overhaul with a brand new 41mm model; the Oyster Perpetual 41. There’s also the addition of the Oyster Perpetuals newly revised dials with added colour ways.

The new Sky-dweller

For the first time ever, the Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller now comes with an Oysterflex bracelet. On the 18 carat version, it boasts an Oysterclasp and Rolex Glidelock extension system for comfort and style.