Rolex Daytona Yellow Gold White Mother of Pearl Diamond Dial Yellow Gold Bezel Oyster Bracelet 116508 - BRAND NEW

Rolex Daytona Yellow Gold White Mother of Pearl Diamond Dial Yellow Gold Bezel Oyster Bracelet 116508 - BRAND NEW

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Brand New
Box & Papers
Production Year
Current Production
Model Number
Cosmograph Daytona
Model Year
Current Model


Screw Down
Yellow Gold Domed
Case Back
Yellow Gold
Case Size
40 mm
Case Type
Case Shape


Dial Type
Dial Color
White Mother of Pearl
Dial Markers
Set with Diamonds


Band Material
Yellow Gold
Folding Oysterlock Safety
Bracelet Type
Heavy: New Style


Watch Style
Sports Watch
Country of Manufacture
Water Resistance
100 Meters (330 Feet)


This certified authentic Brand New Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Sports Watch, with the Model Number: 116508, has a Yellow Gold 40 mm Round Case with Screw Down Crown and a Yellow Gold Bezel. This Men's Rolex Cosmograph Daytona has an attractive White Mother of Pearl Dial with Factory Diamonds Dial Markers. The high quality Rolex Automatic Movement will keep perfect time for you. The reliable Rolex Yellow Gold Oyster Bracelet will look great on your wrist.

Welcome to Today we're gonna be reviewing the Rolex Cosmograph Daytona, 116508 white, mother-of-pearl, diamond hour marker. We're gonna go through pricing, the dial, the bezel, the case back, or the case, the bracelet, the buckle, and let you know where you can purchase it at for the lowest price anywhere online. As of 2016, which this watch was released, the retail price is $39,350. But you can buy it at for as low as $31,000. That's a huge savings. So you can check us out at Now moving on to the dial. The dial has a mother-of-pearl, and diamond hour markers. And that mother-of-pearl, each mother-of-pearl is unique, and I'm trying to show you that guys, that here. It has different shading depending on the light, or which angle you're looking at it from. This is a white mother-of-pearl, they also make it in black mother-of-pearl. And the black mother-of-pearl of course, is a bit harder to read, but it's quite beautiful. And this is pretty much the king of the heap when it comes to dial configuration. Not only does it have the mother-of-pearl, it also has the diamond hour markers. Now, let's move onto the bezel, because the bezel is quite a special feature in this case, because the difference between the 2016 models, and the older 2015 and newer, are the hash marks on the bezel. Now, you see how it has these triangles, on the bezel? Well, on the older version, it used to be, ticks, or slashes. And interestingly, Rolex used these triangles on the older vintage, not vintage, but older models of this. And then for whatever reason they switched to the sticks, and then they switched back to these triangles. So, for whatever reason, they decided that was the best way to do it. Now, moving on to the case. The case is 41 millimeters from my thumb to my index finger. And that is 40 millimeters. And that, unfortunately, has not really changed in size, it's always been 40 millimeters. Some people wish that it would be a little bit larger, myself included. But that's how Rolex has decided they'll make it. So let's move onto the bracelet. Now the bracelet here uses an oyster bracelet. And the oyster bracelet is a flat three-piece links, it's made of 18 karat yellow gold. And you'll notice that it has a high polish in the center, and a brush down on the sides. Now moving onto the buckle. The buckle uses a folding oyster safety clasp, with an easy five millimeter comfort extension link. Now, to open it, you just pop it like I just did, and then you pop open the top, and that's the buckle. Now, what you'll also notice on this buckle is that it has 18 karat gold hallmarks, as you see where my index finger is pointing to. So now let's move onto the movement. It has a 4130 movement with a 72 hour power reserve. And it's actually the same movement that has been in the older version, which is a 116528. A very robust movement, and they've been using it for a long time, so Rolex doesn't change 'em, unless it has an issue. Well there you have it. We've talked about all the key components. Now we didn't talk about how to use the tachymeter, but we've done that in other videos, so we're not gonna do it here. I think I might add, on the buckle, it has this comfort extension. This is all the way in. And that's how it looks. This gives you a little bit of, allows you for to change the size of the bracelet without actually going to a jeweler. And that pops it out, and that gives you another five millimeters of play. So just to recap, the watch retails for around $39,350, and you can buy it at for $31,000 and change. Or somewhere around that range. Now if you like this watch, if you like this review, subscribe below, let us know what you think in the comment section, and check us out at We offer free warranty, free shipping, and a low price guarantee. So we'll see you at

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