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.