ROLEX

With stun­ning new ad­di­tions to its Oys­ter and Cellini col­lec­tions, the new Rolex time­pieces con­tinue their rich tra­di­tion of watch­mak­ing bril­liance, with the sym­bolic green seal sig­ni­fy­ing Rolex’s very own Su­perla­tive Chronome­ter cer­ti­fi­ca­tion

Golf Asia (Malaysia) - - BASELWORLD SPECIAL -

Rolex con­tin­ued on its legacy to in­no­vate and in­spire with its clas­sic watch­mak­ing and an in­ge­nious range of new time­pieces at

Basel­world 2017, in­tro­duc­ing this year its lat­est cre­ations in its Oys­ter and Cellini cre­ations. The stand­out flag­ship model this year in­cluded a new gen­er­a­tion of the Oys­ter Per­pet­ual Sea-Dweller, up­dated specif­i­cally for its 50th an­niver­sary. Other stand­out mod­els also in­clude the new Yacht­mas­ter II, the Cos­mo­graph Day­tona in 18ct yel­low, white or Everose gold, the Oys­ter per­pet­ual Sky-Dweller, the Oys­ter Per­pet­ual Date­just 41 and Lady Date­just 28, as well as the Yacht­mas­ter 40. All cov­ered by the re­li­able Su­perla­tive Chronome­ter cer­ti­fi­ca­tion, Rolex’s own and sym­bol­ized by the green seal, guar­an­tee­ing in­com­pa­ra­ble stan­dards in per­for­mance cri­te­ria such as pre­ci­sion, power re­serve, wa­ter­proof­ing and self-wind­ing, as well as the promis­ing ben­e­fit of an In­ter­na­tional five-year guar­an­tee.

Sea-Dweller 1967

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