“Despite rapidly changing trends Rolex has always remained consistent with its design deserving the title of the “timeless classic”. Although often a minimalist design, the Rolex watch is the link that lifts and emphasizes the basic pieces, but it is also the perfect touch when it comes to the looks that are made of the statement pieces.
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The new hybrid Tudor Heritage Black Bay Chrono chronograph dares to combine the aquatic heritage represented by the Black Bay family with the queen of the racetrack, the chronograph. Remaining faithful to the Black Bay aesthetic with the famous snowflake hands – a brand signature since 1969 – the Heritage Black Bay Chrono model offers optimum readability against the domed matt black dial.
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The blue dial of this Rolex Datejust 41 reveals a palette of nuances ranging from blueish grey to deep navy blue, depending on the viewing angle and the amount of light. This so-called “interference colour” is created by an advanced physical vapour deposition process (PVD), allowing Rolex to produce dials with unique hues.
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Hidden inside the coarse and rugged oyster shell, mother-of-pearl is a gift of nature that endows some skilfully crafted Rolex dials with iridescent reflections and subtle hues of colour. They vary in intensity and structure as nature intended. As a result, every Rolex graced with a pure mother-of-pearl dial will always be a unique timepiece of natural beauty. Discover the featured watch: http://bit.ly/2xgbFCK
The new Tudor Heritage Black Bay with yellow gold is named S&G, standing for Steel and Gold. An ergonomic, legible, accurate and highly robust this special Tudor piece inspired by the words of architect Louis Sullivan who said that form must always follow its function.
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