Hey guys, this is Max okay at JazTime.com and I have a great watch to show you all today. This is the Rolex Datejust 41, reference number 125334. Today I'm gonna be going over the dial, the bezel, the case, the bracelet, the clasp, the crown, and later the movement. So just to hop right into it, you can get this at an authorized Rolex retail store for $9,450, or you can come to JazTime.com and as of October 19, 2017, you can currently get this for $8,400. As for the dial, it's blue with index hour markers. The index hour markers are luminescent meaning that they glow in the dark for up to eight hours. The hands are white gold, and they are luminous as well. Over the three o'clock position you have a date with a cyclops which magnifies the date for you. At the 12 o'clock position you have a crown insignia and right below that it says Rolex oyster perpetual Datejust. As for the bezel, you have a 18 carat fluted white gold, and, if you go from different angles, the white gold fluted really shows different colors and hues that reflect off of it. So it's a very nice feature. It's 41 millimeters across, hence the name Datejust 41. This is actually a bit thinner. The lugs, the case size and the thickness from the Datejust II. So that would be one of the main differences there. This actually also comes with a jubilee bracelet, which is new to the Datejust 41, which previously wasn't a feature of the Datejust II. So on the bracelets, stainless steel jubilee. On the outside edges it is satin or brushed, and on the inside links you get high polished. Over here, this is new to the Datejust 41, you have a folding oyster clasp. This on the jubilee, which makes it unusual or unique. Over here on the deployment, you have the Rolex insignia. Over here you have a easy link deployment. You pull this down and you can pull it out about five millimeters either way. So, if it's a hot day and your wrist gets warm then it expands so you can adjust it by five millimeters, and, on the contrary, if it gets cold, you can bring it in a bit. So it's a great feature. As for the movement, it is a 3235 movement, a 72 hour power reserve. This is up from what it was previously, which was a 48 power reserve previously. So with this you can put it down on a Friday evening and then pick it up on a Monday evening, and it should be working just fine. Now, onto the crown. For the crown, you're gonna go counterclockwise to open it up. In this first position you can wind it, you go about 12 to 20 times back and forth, and it should go from a dead stop and start again. Then, in this first position, you go clockwise and you can set the date. It's just a quick set date function. Then, if you pull it all the way out, the seconds hand is going to stop now, and you can set the minutes as well as the hours. So just go around like this. There you go. And then the moment you push this back in, the seconds hand is going to start back up again. So by doing that, you can have second pinpoint accuracy. So then to put it back in, you're gonna go push it in and go clockwise. This is a triple lock safety on the crown, so it's water resistant up to 100 meters, or 330 feet. This is also available in, I believe, pink, silver, white, black, white mother of pearl, as well as other dial configurations, so you can check more of those out at JazTime.com. I hope you've liked it. Let me try this on my wrist so you can see how it looks real quick. And there it is on my wrist, so this is how it should look. I have about an average or above average size man's wrist, so about seven, seven and a half inches. So there you go. Alright, this has been Max at JazTime.com. I hope you liked this video and found it informative. If you liked it, please comment, like, or subscribe as you see fit, and check us out more at JazTime.com. Hope to see you guys soon. Thanks so much.