Rolex
Day-Date 36
Ref. 118208


EUR 26.900,-

List price EUR 31.200,-

Rolex Day-Date with box and papers, the classic Rolex in 36mm diameter in yellow gold with black dial in condition like new.

Details


Material

Yellow Gold

Clockwork

Automatic

Ref NR.

118208

Dial color

black

Paper

Yes, from 2003

Condition

like new

Box

Yes

Diameter

36mm

Warranty

2 Years

The President Watch

Day-Date

The Rolex Day-Date is the watch that is most often seen on the wrists of presidents, leaders and visionaries and is considered by Rolex as an 'International Symbol' of success.

Shine at the highest level

Gold

Rolex uses only 18ct gold, a noble alloy of 75% pure gold and other elements such as silver and copper to produce yellow, white and the exclusive rose gold alloy - Everose gold. The exact composition of the alloys remains a Rolex trade secret, guaranteeing exceptional durability and unique shine.

Brandstory

Rolex

Founded in 1905 by Hans Wilsdorf, Rolex is now the world's best-selling watch manufacturer. At a time when wristwatches were only worn by women as jewellery, Rolex established the history of the men's wristwatch by succeeding in building a wristwatch robust enough for everyday use. Today, Rolex is still the industry leader in the field of durable everyday watches and founded the concept of the Toolwatch. From the depths of the oceans to the heights of aviation, Rolex's professional models are valued by professionals and today enjoy exceptionally high collector's values.

The best time is now:

Rolex Day-Date 36

2 Years Timelounge Warranty

Box included

Papers included

Articles prepared for you

In the right time

Weekly Business

When I think back to the watch experiences of my childhood, there is always one detail that comes to mind that has stuck with me: the little aluminum plate bent around the strap of my father's watch, on which a monthly calendar was printed.

Discontinued - Part II

When I wrote about the end of the Patek Philippe Nautilus in stainless steel, I couldn't imagine that I would have to write such an article again only a few weeks later. This time, however, it hit me much harder. Because this time it was about the Royal Oak.