Hey guys, this is Kevin from JazTime.com, and today we'll be reviewing the newly released Rolex Datejust 41, reference number 126334. We'll be going over the pricing, the dial, bezel case, crown, bracelet, clasp, and we'll talk about the movement towards the end of the video. Okay, so, as of October 2017 you can get this at an authorized Rolex retailer for $9,450, or you can come to JazTime.com and get it as low as $8,400. Alright, moving on to the dial now. The Rolex Datejust always follows a very simple dial architecture, which is, for here we have the hour markers. Specifically for this Datejust is a index hour markers are a luminous filled of a highly legible chromalight display with long lasting luminescence, and those index markers are fashioned in 18 carat white gold to prevent any tarnishing. At the 12 o'clock position we have the Rolex crown logo there, and that's also made out of 18 carat white gold. At the three o'clock position we have a cyclops lens on top of that sapphire crystal for magnification and easier viewing of that date aperture. And around the edge of the bezel we have a 60 second scale around the very edge. You can see by the indices and Arabic numerals. Besides that for Datejusts in general, there's always numerous dial configurations. As I've described, we have the index hour markers and dark rhodium dial, but if you're not interested in a dark rhodium color, this watch also comes in a white, silver, blue, or black dial. If you're feeling a little more luxurious, for an addition 2,000 on top of that retail pricing, you can get diamond hour markers that have a black, blue, or rhodium, also mother of pearl dial colors. Alright, moving on to the bezel now. The bezel is a fluted 18 carat white gold bezel. As you can see very beautiful as light shines in portions of it. Moving on to the case. As the name states, this is a Rolex Datejust 41. It's 41 millimeters in diameter. So from my index finger to my thumb here, that's 41 millimeters in diameter. Now I wanna show you the side of the case. The side of the case is nice and slim, nice, slim profile fit under suit coats, dress coats very nicely. And the case itself and the bezel is actually a update from the Datejust II. Originally the Datejust II had a much thicker case and a thicker bezel, and the Datejust 41, they sort of streamlined it. They made it a thinner case size and a thinner bezel. You can find out more about that on our YouTube channel. We do have a comparison between the two styles of watches, so you can see exactly what's the difference between those. Besides that, we have a very beautiful high polish on the side of the case that travels and pairs very nicely with the bracelet. Same thing with the side of the case and the bracelet as well. For the crown, we have the Rolex crown logo on a screw mount to unlock double water proof in this system crown. It simply unwinds going counterclockwise as shown into the standard position. In this standard position you can wind the watch from a dead stop 15 to 20 times going clockwise, and that will get the watch going. From a simple tug on the crown, that allows you to adjust the date instantaneously. Let me move this hand out of the way here. One little tug here, and you can see very simply, very easily just going clockwise will adjust the date as shown. In the final position, the seconds hand or the hack movement will stop as I pull out the crown to the final position. Bam, there you are. And this allows for precise time setting such as setting a time of clock online. You can set it down to the exact seconds while also adjusting the hands bidirectionally as needed. Always make sure, press the crown and screw it in nice and tight against the case. As you wanna keep this watch water resistant for up to 100 meters or 330 feet. Moving on to the bracelet now. The bracelet's a very beautiful jubilee bracelet, which is a five piece link bracelet. As this is a dress watch, we have a nice high polish down the center of the five piece link. So the three pieces of the links are all nicely high polished on the center. The outer of the links, the first and the fifth portion the link, nice contrasting to that high polish with being a sand finish or brush steel. This whole bracelet is patterned the same throughout as you can see as we move through the bracelet. A different design choice, however, on the clasp. Usually with the jubilee bracelets on a previous Datejust II they have what's called a concealed folding crown clasp where it would be this whole jubilee pattern throughout, and then the crown could only be located by the crown logo on the clasp, on the bracelet itself. But they decided to do a little more sporty look by adding this full length oyster clasp as shown. See, reveals the nicely high polished clasp lays with the Rolex name embossed on there. That gives the jubilee a little bit different look now. Okay, besides that, one thing I do wanna mention before we move on is on the clasp itself behind the back we have what Rolex has called the easy extension comfort link, which allows for five millimeter increment adjustments forward or backwards of the bracelet as you can see by the little indentation there. You will need a tool to be able to adjust that, adjust the bracelet forward, however this is still a quality of life feature in which you can adjust for a little more wiggle room, or on such days. On a hot, summer day your wrist might swell up and it might feel too tight. You can adjust it for a little bit looser so it doesn't choke, doesn't quite squeeze, strain your wrist as much. Okay, moving on to the movement now. The movement is housed in this oyster case backing. It is a Rolex's perpetual mechanical self-winding movement. It is a newly updated caliber 3235 movement, which is based on their flagship model, which is the Day-Date President, which has the 3255 movement. The update that the 3235 movement has is that they've added what's called Chronergy escapement, which is a skeletonized escape wheel that has been made out of a phosphorus nickel. And those are two important things. The skeletonization helps with the reduction of inertia, which adds more energy efficiency to the watch itself, and that's shown because the power reserve of the watch is a 70 hour power reserve, when it used to be a 48 hour power reserve, meaning you can put this watch down on a Friday evening, pick it back up on Monday afternoon, and it will be keeping time just fine. Besides that, the nickel phosphorus material that the escapement is made out of allows for additional resistance against magnetism, which pairs very nicely with a pair of magnetic blue Parachrom hair spring, which is also a sort of a ceramic hair spring that has additional resistance against magnetism as well. Overall, great updates on this watch. Moving on I'll go ahead and show you this watch on my wrist now. As shown. Alright, so there's the watch on my wrist. Okay, one thing to mention is I do have a average men's size wrist, which is a seven inch wrist, as you can see. So a good amount of room on that bracelet there. So if you like this watch or anything on model, check us out at JazTime.com with the lowest prices guaranteed. We offer a one year warranty. And if you like the video, please like, comment, or subscribe below. Thanks for watching. Hope to see you guys soon.