Hey guys, this is Kevinn from JazTime.com, and we'll be reviewing the Rolex Datejust II, reference number 116333. We'll be going over the price, the dial, bezel, case, crown, bracelet, and the clasp. We'll also talk about the movement towards the end of the video. As of April 2017, this watch is currently discontinued, and you won't be able to get this at a Rolex retailer, however it has only been discontinued for a few months, so you can still find some of these brand new, and at JazTime.com, you can get it as low as $9200. For the reason why this watch is being discontinued, is to make room for the Datejust 41. You can check out the comparison between the Datejust II in my hand versus the Datejust 41 at our YouTube channel. Let's go ahead and review the dial now. Dial, fairly simple dial. We have the Roman Numeral hour markers, which are 18 karat yellow gold. Additionally, the hands are 18 carat yellow gold. We have the cyclops lens at the ... Rather the date at the three o'clock position with a cylops lens on top of that sapphire crystal for magnification, easier viewing of that date. The dial comes in numerous configurations. Specially for the Roman, we have the black, and we have a special edition which is a silver dial with green Roman Numerals, which is really not unheard of. As for the index, we have for index markers we have a white dial or champagne, and for Arabic, only black dial, and for diamond hour markers, you only have the choice of champagne. Okay? Let's go ahead and move on to the bezel now. The bezel is a very simple fluted 18 karat yellow gold bezel that's been high polished. As you can see, as I tilt it around with the light, it shines very beautifully. For the case size, we have a 41 millimeter case, which is from my index finger to my thumb here. It's 41 millimeters in diameter. This is the side profile of the case. As you can see, not too big of a profile. It can fit under suit clothes, dress clothes very nicely. It has a high polish along the sides. On the other side of the case, we also have that same high polish pattern along the sides with the crown being 18 karat yellow gold as well. It is a twinlock, double water proof system crown, and it unscrews counter clockwise into what we call the hand winding position. This is the hand winding position. That simple tug that I just did there sets it to the date setting position. Apologize. As you can see, you can change your date instantaneously. Very simple, and a final tug of the crow stops the seconds hand which allows for precise time setting to such as an atomic clock online, or to your time on your iPhone. You set it down to the exact seconds, and you can set the hands bidirectionally. Okay. Of course always make sure to screw the crown nice and tight against the case, as you want to keep this watch water resistant up to 100 meters or 330 feet. Let's go ahead and move onto the bracelet now. The bracelet is a very beautiful three piece oyster link bracelet. We have it set in finished steel on the outer of the three piece links, and down the center we have a very beautiful, high polish 18 karat yellow gold. The term for what Rolex calls this is the Rolesor, which is the mixture of ... Not necessarily the mixture, but the use of yellow gold and steel on the same watch. The clasp ... Here's the clasp. That pattern travels very nicely throughout. It's a smaller clasp, but it still houses just a very simple folding oyster clasp. We have the Rolex name embossed on the clasp blade here, and at the back of the clasp, we have the comfort extension link, which allows for five millimeters of adjustment inwards. As you hear that snap, that's five millimeters inward for the bracelet, or five millimeters outwards for the bracelet. What that's used for is if your hand gets hot during the Summer time, and your wrist swells up, and so it actually gives you a little more breathing space for your wrist, and vice versa for colder days. Okay, on the back of the case, this is the back of the case, very simple fluted oyster case back. It houses Rolex's in house caliber 3136, which is a perpetual, mechanical, self-winding movement. It has a precision of plus/minus two seconds a day, with the functions of the center hour, minutes, and seconds hand and also the two features that I have shown you, the instantaneous changing of the date and the stopping the seconds hands for precise time setting. The power reserve of this watch is 48 hours. You can put this down on a Friday evening, pick it up on a Sunday evening and it will still be keeping time. I'm going to go ahead and show you this watch on my wrist now. Just pop that. It's a very simple folding oyster clasp. Oops. Apologize. Okay, just pop that. Okay. Sleeve. All right. There it is, the Datejust II, black Roman, two-tone. As you can see, not too high on the wrist. That gold flute bezel shining very beautifully. Okay, if you're interested in this model or any other model for our lowest possible price, check our website at JazTime.com. We offer lowest prices guarantee. We offer free shipping, and a one year warranty, and if you like the video, please like, comment, and subscribe below. Thanks for watching, and once again check out our comparison video of the Datejust II versus the Datejust 41, and have a good day.