Hey guys! This is Kevin from JazTime.com and today we'll be reviewing the Rolex Datejust 41. The reference number for this watch is 126300. We'll be going over the price, the dial, bezel, case, crown, bracelet, clasp and we'll talk about the movement towards the end of the video. Okay, so for the pricing, you're looking at a authorized dealer pricing of $7,450.00 for the Jubilee style bracelet. Actually, I have the Oyster bracelet with me as well. So I'll actually show you that as well. For the Oyster bracelet, if you're interested in that, it's going to be $700.00 lower than the retail pricing, so $7,350.00 Here at JazTime.com, however, you can get it for as low as $7,400.00 As these watches are very hard to get at the moment. Okay, so let's go ahead and talk about the dials now. So the dial configuration I have in my hand here, is index hour markers, which are these stick markers all around the dial. They were fashioned in 18-carat white gold to prevent any tarnishing and they do have a highly legible Chromalight display with long-lasting blue luminescence. What that means is it does glow in the dark for easier readability at night. Besides that, the hands are the same situation. We have 18-carat white gold hands with the Chromalight display on the tips of each hand. Specifically for the Datejust, Datejust always comes in numerous different colors. So, the specific colors that this model comes in, obviously, silver in my hand. We also have a white, black, blue and rhodium. Those are the colors that this Datejust comes in. Besides that, once again, very simple dial architecture. So index hour markers at the 12 o'clock position we have the Rolex crown logo with the Rolex Datejust Oyster Perpetual name right underneath that in the paragraph below. At the three o'clock position, we have the date with a Cyclops lens on top with that sapphire crystal, which magnifies the date and allows for easier viewability of it. Along the very edge of the dial, we have a 60 second scale. So, you can track very quickly for the 60 seconds all around. Alright, so moving onto the bezel now. Bezel, very simple bezel. Its just a simple fixed, moved dome bezel, as you can see. Very nicely high polish. Adds a very nice contrasting shine. As well as there's silver on the dial, so very nice. The Datejust is a dress watch, so the high polish goes very nicely with the high polish lugs on the case. As you can see from the top and the bottom of the case, we have these nice high polished lugs. Side of the case as well matches along with that. And we have the high polish traveling along nicely with the sides of the bracelet, as you can see. So very lot of high polish use throughout the watch, but works very beautifully. Adds a lot of shine to the watch. In addition to the bracelet having the case being made out of 904L steel, which is a in-house made steel by Rolex that has additional corrosion resistance and a little more shine to their steel. The size of the case, as stated on the name, Datejust 41, is a 41 millimeter case. So from my index finger to my thumb here, that's 41 millimeters in diameter. Another thing to mention that this is the successor to the Datejust II. So, what they've done is they actually updated the case itself. We have thinner lugs from the top and the bottom and also the case size itself is thinner as well. So it fits under suit coats, dress coats, very nicely. Moving on to the crown now. The crown is a very simple screw-down, Twinlock double waterproofness system. You simply unscrew this counterclockwise, as shown. In this first position that we're at, this is the watch winding position in which you can wind the watch from a dead stop. 15 to 20 times is all you need going clockwise and that will get that watch running from a dead stop. Simply tugging the crown once, will allow you to adjust the date instantaneously as shown, just going clockwise. And then the final position, when you tug the crown out the seconds hand or the hack movement will stop, as shown. And that allows for precise time setting, such as to an atomic clock online. You can set it down to the exact seconds. We'll also be able to adjust the hands bidirectionally as shown. Pushing your crown back in against the case will start the seconds hand once more and always make sure press the crown against the case and screw in nice and tightly as that would keep this watch water resistance for 100 meters or 330 feet. Moving on to the bracelet now. One thing they mention about this bracelet is that Datejust II, the discontinued model in 2016, it actually didn't come in a Jubilee bracelet. In these newer styles, the Datejust 41 has actually added the ability to purchase these watches in a Jubilee style bracelet. And the Jubilee bracelet is a five-piece link bracelet as you can see, with contrasting brush steel or satin finish steel on the outer of the five-piece links while maintaining a nice high polish and a three-piece in the center. Patterns throughout the clasp as well and the other side of the bracelet. Nicely patterned as you can see adds a nice contrasting of it. Actually brings out more of the shine. Another thing to mention, is that the clasp itself usually for Rolex's Jubilee bracelets, it's what's called a concealed folding crown clasp. Where the Jubilee is patterned throughout the whole bracelet and it's only revealed by the low crown logo. They decided to add a different, a more sportier style clasp. That looks actually very nice. It's just a very simple folding Oysterclasp. as you can see, it pops open very nicely to reveal these high polished clasp plates with a Rolex name embossed onto the clasp plate itself. The clasp itself has one feature and that one feature is the easy extension link. That's located underneath the clasp itself. You actually need a tool to adjust the bracelet itself, but it allows for 5 millimeter increments inward or outward for the bracelet and that's more of a quality of life feature such as, for a hot summer day, your wrist might swell up and you want a little more breathing room on your wrist and you can do that just by adjusting it outward or vice versa for colder days, just gonna adjust it inwards. Moving on to the movement now, where one of the major changes has applied to the movement itself is a Perpetual, mechanical self-winding movement. It's Rolex's calibre 3235 movement and its based off there flagship model, the Rolex 88 President, which is a 3255 movement. What they've done is that from the previous movement which was the 3125, this is the 3235. They've added a skeletonized escapement wheel which is made out of a nickel-phosphorus. The nickel-phosphorus adds additional magnetism, rather additional resistance against magnetism. And the skeletonization of it reduces the inertia for more precise time setting. Of more precise time keeping. The additional resistance against magnetism is paired with a blue Parachrom hairspring. Which is the oscillator of the watch. So, this watch has quite a bit of resistance against magnetism. One other major thing, is that the power reserve has been upgraded. It used to be a 48 hour power reserve. Now it is a 70 hour power reserve. An example of that would be you were to put this watch down on a Friday evening, you can pick it back up on a Monday afternoon and it will still be keeping time just fine. Now I'll actually go ahead and show you this watch on our wrist. So from the folding Oysterclasp, opens up, and there we are. That's how the bracelet looks. Very beautiful. And there is the watch on my wrist. So, if you're interested in this model or any other model for lowest possible price, check out our website at JazTime.com where the lowest price is guaranteed. We offer a one year warranty and if you like the video, please like, comment and subscribe below. Thanks for watching. Hope to see you guys soon.