A number of the most iconic Rolex Watches Lancaster Pa Replica watches feature the unmistakable bright olive green dial, also available in either white gold or Everose gold, these two bits seem ageless. I believe the last time we watched that a Rolex Day-Date with a green dial was back in 2013 with the 36mm version on a green leather band. The fluted bezel and day/date windows are ubiquitous with this watch, and also the old-school Rolex green dial on a modern 40mm case is exactly what some folks would call something of dreams.Choosing the green sunray finish on the dial, the Rolex Day-Date 40 60th anniversary opinion is certainly a presidential looking slice that commands respect because everyone will recognize it when you walk into an area. No option aside from Roman numerals here, but you won’t really hear me whining about that. At a modern-day 40mm wide on the wrist, we can observe a few collectors positively salivating over the possibility of wearing those around.And, of course, that a Rolex Day-Date watch is nothing without the President bracelet, also in either Everose or white gold, it seems as controlling and handsome as on the non-anniversary watch (both seen previously). Taking a look at the dial, about the Everose gold variant you’ve got the hands and hour markers performed within an 18k pink gold whereas the gold version will probably have matching white gold hour markers and hands. I suppose which one you select is a matter of preference, the Everose gold version becoming more flamboyant. Or, if that does not matter to you, the interplay between green and white gold and involving green and Everose is probably a factor. I, obviously, love them equally.
First introduced in 2012 in yellow or white gold, and then discontinued not long after, the Daytona “Rainbow” has become a thoroughly desirable watch, now selling for three times the original retail on the secondary market. But Rolex Watches York Replica has revived the “Rainbow”, now in Everose gold – with multi-coloured gemstone hour markers no less.
The key feature of the new Daytona “Rainbow” remains the same: a bezel set with 36 baguette-cut sapphires in a range of graduated colours. Another 11 baguette-cut, coloured sapphires are used for the hour markers, while the lugs and crown guards are set with a total of 56 diamonds.
The 40mm case and bracelet are 18k Everose gold, a proprietary rose gold alloy developed by Rolex that’s resistant to fading (ordinary rose gold tends to lose its rosiness over time due to chlorine in the air).
To match the case the sub-dials of the chronograph are pink “Gold Crystals”, a pink gold alloy that has undergone a “crystallisation” process to give it a textured, shimmering finish.
While the watch is no less striking than the original “Rainbow”, Everose gold offers slightly less contrast against the coloured sapphires, so the colours don’t quite jump out as much as they did on the yellow or white gold Daytona “Rainbow”.
Inside is the standard cal. 4130 chronograph movement found in all Daytonas.
Priced at only slightly more than what the first generation “Rainbow” retailed for in 2012, the new Daytona is a bargain relative to what its predecessors are going for on the secondary market.
Price and availability
The Cosmograph Daytona “Rainbow” in Everose gold (ref. 116595 RBOW) is priced at SFr92,400 or S$130,300 in Singapore.