Hey guys, this is Max from JazTime, and I have a beautiful watch to show you all today. It is the Rolex Datejust 41, reference number 126333. I'm gonna go over the dial, the bezel, the crown, the case, the bracelet, the clasp, the movement and the price. So starting right out, the price of this watch, you can currently, as of January 2018, get this at a Rolex authorized retailer at 12,050 dollars. However, you can come to JazTime.com right now and get this on sale for 9,400 dollars. This price is subject to change. The dial is a champagne dial with luminous index hour markers. The hands are also luminous. At 12 o'clock position it says Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust, at the three o'clock position, you have a cyclops which magnifies the date. As for the case itself, it is 41 millimeters from side to side. The bezel is a fluted, 18 karat gold bezel all the way through. When the light hits it from different angles, it shines like so. If you want to set the date or wind the movement, you come over here to the crown, you can see the Rolex insignia right there. To get it started, you're going to spin it counterclockwise, and the first starting position to wind it, you go back and forth about 15 to 20 times to get it up and running. If you wanna set the date, you're gonna pull it out to the first position and then go clockwise, like so. If you want to set the minutes or the hours, you're gonna pull it all the way out to the last position, and then spin it around like this. Okay, and then to, tight, oh yeah, by the way, while it's in this position, the seconds hand will stop, like you see here. This is so you can set the seconds hand exactly where you want it. The moment when you push it back in it will start back up again. Okay, now you're gonna push it back in and spin it clockwise, and this way it will be water resistant and ready to go. This watch is water resistant up to 100 meters, or 330 feet. As for the bracelet, it is a two-tone 18 karat gold and stainless steel. The interlinks are high polished 18 karat gold, and the outerlinks are satin or brushed stainless steel. You come over here to the clasp and it is a hidden, or a folding oyster clasp. It's kind of concealed right here. You pull on it like this, and there is the inside of the deployment. This particular watch comes with a special feature. It's called the easy length five millimeter comfort extension link, and basically you could pull this down and adjust it just ever so slightly depending on if it's a hot or cold day. So, if it's hot, your wrist tends to expand, whereas if it's cold, it tends to contract. So you change it ever so slightly depending on the weather. So, you can pull it down to get it into that position, and then push it back in. As for the case back, you know, it's more or less just a traditional Rolex case back. Chromatically sealed, sure to keep the water out if you tighten it all the way. And for the movement, it's a 32/35 movement. It's paramagnetic blue parachrom hairspring. Has a bidirectional self-winding via perpetual rotor. Has a 70 hour power reserve, so if you put it down on a Friday night, you can pick it back up on a Sunday evening and it will be sure to be running just fine. Alrighty. This dial configuration also comes in the colors of black, silver or white. So if you're looking for something else, but you like the watch, we have much more to show you over at our website as JazTime.com. Alright, this has been Max from JazTime.com. I'm glad that you watched this video. I hope you liked it. If you did like it, please like, comment or subscribe on the video. We have many more to show you on our website. Hope to see you soon. Thanks so much.