THIS WATCH IS THE EPIT­OME OF CLAS­SIC STYLE.

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Known for its en­dur­ing aes­thet­ics and func­tions, the Date­just is the archetype of the clas­sic watch. Built the Rolex Way in 1945, it was the world’s first self-wind­ing, wa­ter­proof wrist­watch chronome­ter to dis­play the date in a win­dow at 3 o’clock on the dial, con­sol­i­dat­ing all the ma­jor in­no­va­tions that Rolex had brought to the mod­ern wrist­watch un­til then. Em­blem­atic and time­less, the Date­just has spanned eras, while re­tain­ing the en­dur­ing codes that to­day still make it one of the world’s most recog­nis­able watches. It doesn’t just tell time. It tells his­tory.

OYS­TER CASE FLUTED BEZEL

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