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It’s hard to deny that Rolex is, more of­ten than not, ahead of the game. In the case of brown-hued di­als, the brand stands at the fore­front with the new Yacht-Master in Everose Role­sor. In lay­man’s term, this par­tic­u­lar piece of Rolex-patented jar­gon refers to a com­bi­na­tion of the very sleek 904L steel and 18K Everose gold, which is a ma­te­rial ex­clu­sive to Rolex. The Everose Ro­lessor is used for the bezel, which ro­tates bi-di­rec­tion­ally, and the three-link bracelet. This is the first time that a Yacht-Master time­piece is de­signed to adopt such a combo, and top­ping that off is a sump­tu­ous choco­late-toned dial with a sun­ray fin­ish. Some com­ple­ment­ing fea­tures like a date dis­play at 3 o’clock with a Cy­clops lens (on the sap­phire crys­tal for easy read­ing) and water-re­sis­tance up to a 100m are noth­ing new to the brand. Then again, the crown-lo­goed watch man­u­fac­turer doesn’t need much to tempt its loyal fol­low­ers.

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