Rare

Rolex
Datejust II
Ref. 116300


EUR 10.650,-

Rolex Datejust II with papers from 2015 in mint condition. Built only for a short period and already discontinued, the Datejust II is the largest Datejust ever produced by Rolex measuring 41mm.

Details


Material

Steel

Clockwork

Automatic

Ref NR.

116300

Dial color

black

Paper

Yes, from 2015

Condition

like new

Diameter

41mm

Warranty

2 Years

The classic

Datejust

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.

Legendary Waterproofness

Oyster Case

The Oyster case is a milestone in the history of watchmaking. Invented by Rolex in 1926, it was the world's first waterproof watch case. Bezel, caseback and winding crown are screwed watertight to the middle section. Form and function are perfectly matched - typically Rolex.

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 Datejust II

2 Years Timelounge Warranty

Papers included

like new

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