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Rolex is introducing the Oyster Perpetual Datejust 31 in a yellow Rolesor version (combining Oystersteel and 18ct yellow gold). It features an olive green, sunray-finish dial, and is equipped with calibre 2236. Rolex Datejust Baselworld2019 For more details about this watch see the link in the profile.

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A paragon of robustness and elegance, the Oyster case of the new Datejust 36 is guaranteed waterproof to a depth of 100 metres (330 feet). The crystal is made of virtually scratchproof sapphire and is fitted with a Cyclops lens at 3 o’clock for easy reading of the date. Rolex Datejust Baselworld2019

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Rolex is introducing a new variant of the Oyster Perpetual Datejust 36 in a white Rolesor version (combining Oystersteel and 18ct white gold). It has a refined, black sunray-finish dial and a fluted bezel, and is equipped with calibre 3235, at the forefront of watchmaking technology. Rolex Datejust Baselworld2019

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The new Day-Date 36 in 18ct yellow gold is presented with a green ombré dial. It is embellished with diamond hour markers in 18ct gold settings; the diamonds at 6 and 9 o'clock are baguette-cut, a configuration specific to the Day-Date range. Rolex DayDate Baselworld2019

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Rolex is introducing the new generation of its Oyster Perpetual Day-Date 36, which features a novel dial design with a concentric gradient. It is equipped with calibre 3255, included on the Day-Date 36 for the first time. Rolex DayDate Baselworld2019

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This version of the GMT-Master II is fitted with a Jubilee bracelet. Supple and comfortable, the five-piece link bracelet is equipped with a Rolex-designed and -patented Oysterlock folding safety clasp and features the Easylink comfort extension link. A concealed attachment system ensures seamless visual continuity between the bracelet and case. Rolex GMTMasterII Baselworld2019

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Rolex is presenting a new version of the Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master II with a bidirectional rotatable bezel and a two-colour 24-hour graduated Cerachrom insert in blue and black ceramic. This watch, in Oystersteel and fitted with a Jubilee bracelet, echoes the GMT-Master II introduced in 2018, which featured a Cerachrom bezel insert in red and blue ceramic. Rolex GMTMasterII Baselworld2019

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On the new version of the Sea-Dweller, the unidirectional rotatable bezel is fitted with a 60-minute graduated Cerachrom insert in black ceramic that allows divers to safely monitor their dive and decompression times. The moulded, recessed graduations and numerals are coated with yellow gold via PVD. The bezel's knurled edge offers excellent grip, to comfortably set dive time even when wearing gloves. Rolex SeaDweller Baselworld2019

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Rolex is introducing an Oyster Perpetual Sea-Dweller in a yellow Rolesor version, combining Oystersteel and 18ct yellow gold. This new watch brings 18ct yellow gold to the Sea-Dweller range for the first time. On its black dial, the name "Sea-Dweller" is inscribed in a yellow hue, echoing the colour of the 18ct yellow gold. Rolex SeaDweller Baselworld2019

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On the Yacht-Master 42, the bidirectional rotatable bezel is fitted with a 60-minute graduated Cerachrom bezel insert in matt black ceramic. Its raised graduations and numerals are first moulded into the ceramic and then polished. The first fifteen minutes are graduated minute-by-minute to allow time intervals to be read with great precision. The bezel can also be turned with ease thanks to its knurled edge, which offers excellent grip. Rolex YachtMaster Baselworld2019

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Rolex is extending its Yacht-Master range with a new 42mm model: the Oyster Perpetual Yacht-Master 42. Created from 18ct white gold, this watch heralds the arrival of this precious metal on a Yacht-Master model. Like all Rolex Professional watches, it offers exceptional legibility in all circumstances, and especially in the dark, thanks to its Chromalight display. It is equipped with calibre 3235, a first for the Yacht-Master range. Rolex YachtMaster Baselworld2019

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The Datejust 41 in Oystersteel with a smooth bezel, a black dial, and an Oyster bracelet. Rolex Datejust 101031 Oscars

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The Datejust 41 in an Everose Rolesor version – a combination of Oystersteel and 18ct Everose gold. Featuring a Sundust dial with diamond-set hour markers in 18ct pink gold settings. Rolex Datejust 101031 Oscars

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“To a future filmmaker, your film must speak to many with a singular voice. Ask yourself what you have to say, and then say it in ways that are unique to you.” James Cameron is an acclaimed filmmaker and explorer. As director, writer and producer he is responsible for some of the most memorable films of the past three decades. Rolex RolexDeepsea Oscars Perpetual

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“Dear filmmakers, use your gifts to reach beyond your wildest imagination. Make a difference in this world.” The first and only woman to win an Academy Award® for Best Director, Kathryn Bigelow has a remarkable command of visual narrative. Her tenacity and her choice of subject have redefined the landscape of cinema. Rolex Datejust Oscars Perpetual

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“Dear future filmmaker, making cinema is a journey that will take you from your head to your heart. It is a battle and an act of love.” Alejandro G. Iñárritu is known for his exploration of the human condition, coupled with his visual style, which has established him as a force to be reckoned with. Rolex GMTMasterII Oscars Perpetual

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“To you, a filmmaker of a future generation: if you’re burning to tell this story… if you’re seeing images and passages in your mind’s eye, you have to make your movie!” Martin Scorsese is a director, producer and screenwriter with a career spanning 50 years and as many films, many of which are considered some of the greatest ever made. Rolex DayDate Oscars Perpetual

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James Cameron, Martin Scorsese, Kathryn Bigelow and Alejandro G. Iñárritu have each made a legendary impact on the world of cinema. With their unique vision, style and passion for their craft, they continually inspire the next generation of filmmakers. For years to come, the work of these Oscar®-winning directors will influence the art of the motion picture. Rolex RolexGreenroom Oscars Perpetual

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The champagne colour of the Datejust 41’s dial is created through a technique called electroplating. The blank dial is immersed in a bath containing metal ions and conducting salts. An electric current is applied to the solution with the result that a thin layer of metal is deposited on the dial. The right temperature, immersion time, intensity of the electric current and metals used will determine the shades and tones of the dial, indicating the complexity of the technique. Always mastered in-house by Rolex. Rolex Datejust Perpetual

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The Rolex-developed Chronergy escapement is an optimized version of the Swiss lever escapement – the standard for mechanical watches. The escapement’s efficiency is enhanced by 15 per cent through innovative design and components made of nickel-phosphorus, which contribute to the calibre 3235’s power reserve of approximately 70 hours. Rolex Datejust Perpetual

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An icon under the spotlight. The Oyster Perpetual Datejust 41 in a yellow Rolesor version – a combination of Oystersteel and 18ct yellow gold – with a champagne-colour dial and fitted with a Jubilee bracelet. Rolex Datejust 101031

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Rolex congratulates Alpine ski racer lindseyvonn on an outstanding career, which spanned 19 seasons of sustained excellence and brought an Olympic gold, two world championship golds and 82 World Cup victories. Rolex Perpetual

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The orange Chromalight hour markers at 3, 6 and 9 o’clock echo the seconds hand, and are filled with luminescent material emitting a distinctive blue glow in the dark. Rolex Milgauss 101031

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“B” with an arrow above it. The symbol for magnetic flux density engraved on the exclusive shield protecting the Milgauss’s 3131 movement. Rolex Milgauss

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Rolex and CERN, the world’s pre-eminent particle physics laboratory, have had an association since the 1950s. In 1956, Rolex developed a watch to solve the problem of magnetic fields disrupting mechanical watches; the Milgauss was designed to withstand interference of up to 1,000 gauss. Rolex asked CERN’s scientists to test the watch and they were able to confirm its magnetic resistance thanks to a patented shield protecting the movement. Today, more than 60 years on, Rolex continues to partner CERN by supporting its scientific conferences and outreach events. Rolex Milgauss Perpetual

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Finer than a human hair, the blue Parachrom hairspring is a key component of Calibre 3131, powering the Milgauss and contributing to its magnetic resistance. Manufacturing begins with the fusion of niobium and zirconium under vacuum at approximately 2,400° C. The resulting alloy rod is transformed during a series of operations to obtain a 3km-long wire with a diameter of 0.1mm. This wire is then flattened into an even finer ribbon, approximately 50 microns thick, before being cut into 20cm-long segments, each of which is coiled. The hairspring’s shape is fixed using a high-temperature thermal vacuum treatment. The hairspring is then given a Rolex overcoil, which ensures its regularity in any position. Rolex Milgauss

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The green sapphire crystal marked a first in watchmaking when Rolex introduced it on the Milgauss. Rolex Milgauss