The Rolex Datejust 41 is not just a redefinition of an original Rolex, rather a new generation classic.

Originally launched in 1945, it was the first design of its kind that had a winding waterproof chronometer that also displayed the date at 3 o’clock on the dial. Today the Datejust 41 expands on one of the world’s most recognizable wristwatches with a 41 mm case along with the new Rolex calibre 3235 putting them at the forefront of watchmaking technology.

Datejust 41 White Rolesor

Encased in an Oyster shell that is completely waterproof of up to 100 meters leaves this wristwatch as one of Rolex’s most robust yet aesthetically elegant of its kind. Conveniently for you, you can take this to any yachting destination around the world and it won’t let you down.

The design is available in 904L steel or with an 18CT white gold fluted bezel with a wide selection of dials, so you can be sure your design is unique. For a seamless finish, both solid-link Oyster or Jubilee bracelets feature a concealed attachment below the bezel continuing between the bracelet and case. Finally finished with Rolex-patented Easylink rapid extension system giving the wearer option to adjust the length up to 5cm.

Rolex 3235 Movement

Much like the brand’s past designs, the Datejust 41 houses a Superlative Chronometer certification. After having undergone extensive in-house tests on movement, power reserve, precision and waterproofness by Rolex themselves. Concluding that this watch exceeds standards. With a precision of a Rolex Superlative Chronometer of the order of -2/+2 seconds per day; this watch is far in the lead with more than twice that is required of an official chronometer.