Rolex
Datejust 36
Ref. 116231


EUR 13.950,-

List price EUR 12.900,-

Rolex Datejust 36 with papers in the classic size of 36mm in steel/red gold with silver diamond dial in almost unworn condition.

Details


Material

Steel/Redgold

Clockwork

Automatic

Ref NR.

116231

Dial color

silver

Paper

Yes, from 2017

Condition

nearly unworn

Diameter

36mm

Warranty

2 Years

The classic

Datejust 36

The Rolex Datejust was the world's first automatic wristwatch with a date window. Its timeless design makes it to one of the all time classics of the Rolex model range. Whether playing golf, having dinner or at the negotiating table, the Datejust is always the perfect companion.

A Rolex signature feature

The fluted bacel

Originally, the fluting of the oyster bezel had a practical purpose and served like the fluting of the caseback to screw with the middle part of the housing, to ensure the watertightness of the watch. Meanwhile, the fluted bazel has a purely aesthetical function and is made exclusively in gold.

The perfect mix of steel and gold

Rolesor

The harmonious interaction of steel and gold is called Rolesor. Bezel, winding crown and center elements of the bracelet are made of 18ct yellow or everose gold. On models in Rolesor white only the bezel is in 18ct white gold and the rest in Oystersteel.

The best time is now:

Rolex Datejust 36

2 Years Timelounge Warranty

Papers included

nearly unworn

Articles prepared for you

In the right time

Rolex' Left Hand

Rarely could a Rolex collector feel so - excuse me - made fun of as at the start of the Watches and Wonders Geneva 2022. Instead of new models, new innovations, Rolex actually comes - again - with a GMT-Master II in stainless steel. However, the Rolex novelty of the year is not adorned by a really improved movement or a slimmer case, but simply by a new bezel colour. Again!

Eight edges, fifty years

In 1972, when the watchmaking world was just at the beginning of the quartz crisis that was destroying its very existence, the decision was made in the tranquil town of Le Brassus, located in the even more tranquil Vallée de Joux, to do something conceivably impossible.