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So you can see the sort of different tones of coloration from highlights of that rose to shadows of the rose as well. It's contrasting very nicely against each other. As you kind of see it as I tilt it against the light box light here. You can see, it sort of revolves around the dial. So, very beautiful sunburst feature on that dial. But besides that, if you're not interested in the rose colored dial, then you're also able to get this watch in the chocolate dial, as well. As most typical Rolex watches has the chocolate-style dial. But besides that, those are the only two options you have for this Day-Date 36 in terms of Everose gold. So you have this beautiful rose sunburst dial, or you have the chocolate dial. The only other configurations you can get for this watch. This only comes on the diamond hour markers. So this is actually one of the base models for this, for this line of model. But if you're looking for more configurations. Like I said, dial colors. But then you can also change out the bracelet, the center links of the bracelet to a pavé diamond. And also you can pavé diamond the face of the watch with gemset hour markers and also mother-of-pearl as a different option as well. And it has one of the new... The newer models, rather newer colors released with the Rolex watches is now the turquoise-style, which is absolutely beautiful dial. If you're interested in how the turquoise looks, I don't have a specific video specifically for this watch. But check out our newly released Oyster Perpetual line. We have a view of the 36 millimeter version in the turquoise and that's the... I believe the 126000. So 1-2-6-0-0-0. And you can take a look at that. But anyways, besides that. This Day-Date follows typical Day-Date architecture of having the day at the 12 o'clock position, date at the 3 o'clock position, Cyclops lens on top of that sapphire crystal for magnification or easier viewing of that day. Once again, as I mentioned, Everose gold fashioning for the hour markers. There's no luminosity in these hour markers. We have a baguette diamond for the 6 and 9 o'clock position for land marking easier viewing of the time at a glance. And of course, we have the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day-Date name at the 12 o'clock right underneath the crown logo. And the Superlative Chronometer Officially Certified at the 6 o'clock position, which I'll zoom in so you can take a closer look at that. So, beautiful dial over all. But also very simple dial structure itself. One thing that I also mentioned is we do have the railroading at the very outer edge of the dial, as well. And that just sort of give a nice little contrast at the face of the watch, as I believe some of the... I believe some of the older style Date just used to have this railroading tracks around the outer edge of the dial, but some were actually... Some of the newer models actually removed that sort of railroading. All right! So moving on to the bezel now. The bezel's just a simple fluted bezel in a nice mirror, high polish. This is 18-karat Everose gold. The Everose gold is, of course, prominent on the whole watch, from the case, bezel, fashioning of the hour markers and on the bracelet. And that Everose gold is actually in-house made by Rolex. It's their own version of rose gold, as you probably hear different versions from different brands. Such as, I think Panerai uses a red gold, but they, Rolex calls theirs Everose gold mainly because they do an additional mixture of platinum into the rose gold to keep this rose gold coloration throughout its lifetime. Whereas some other brands, they do do their rose gold and theirs might shine a little bit more reddish than Rolex's. But those do fade over time. Whereas Rolex, this color will stay throughout its lifetime. All right, moving onto the case now. The case is a 36 millimeter case as the name suggests, Day-Date 36. So 36 millimeters is from my index finger to my thumb. That's 36 millimeters in diameter. Side profile of the watch, you can see a very beautiful high polish. It is a little bit larger of a case size in terms of just in general, just because of complication or the movement is a little bit different. Of course it has to have the additional functions of the day and the date. So we'll have that little bit larger case size to have those additional complications of being able to use them which I'll show you here in a sec. But you can see, still doesn't sit too high. It wouldn't sit too high off the wrist so you can fit this on the suit coats suit coats very nicely. You can see a very beautiful high polish matching with the size of the bracelet. And on the other side, as well. You have the case, high polish on the side of the case. High polish on the bracelet, Rolex crown logo on the crown itself with two dot indents right underneath that, indicating that this watch is a Twinlock double waterproofness system. We're going to go ahead and move on to the crown functions now. Here located at the 3 o'clock position we're gonna unwind that counterclockwise, as shown. In the standard positions where you can wind a watch about 15 to 20 winds is all you need to get the watch started once more. Pulling the crown out to the next position will allow you to adjust the date at the 3 o'clock position by going clockwise. And then the day by going counter-clockwise at the 12 o'clock position. So very easy to use. And very easy to adjust on the fly. Pulling the crown out to the next position will stop that seconds hand. As you see I've stopped it just after the 7 o'clock position, and you'll be able to adjust the hands bi-directionally to set the time however you like. I'm just going to set it back to the 10 and 2 here. The stopping the seconds hand is started once more by pressing the crown in against the case and always make sure to screw the crown nice and tight in and against the case. As you want to keep your watch water-resistant. Specifically for this Day-Date watch, you're looking at 100 meters or 330 feet. Moving onto the bracelet now. So you can see a very beautiful bracelet. This is a dress watch. If you didn't notice already, just being a very flashy watch, being in the full Everose gold. I forgot to mention, it has a very beautiful high polish on the lugs of the case as well. And then we go onto the bracelet, where we get usage of the nice and brushed finish on the outer of the three-piece links. This is a President style bracelet, which is sort of in between the Oyster and Jubilee if they came together. You have three piece style links, they're semi-circular links. As you can see, they're half a circle. And then we have the brushed finish on the outer of the three-piece links, mirror polish down the center. And you can see, that pattern continues throughout. This Rolex logo on the bracelet itself is actually where the clasp is located. I want to show you the other side of the bracelet, as well. As you can see. Mirror finish, brushed finish, contrasting very nicely to bring the best out of each other. Of course, we have tapering from the first links down to keep a proportional view of the watch overall. As you can see as I pull it back a little bit. Rolex watches always having that nice tapering, and then we move onto the clasp now. So once again, we locate that Rolex crown logo there. And then we're just simply going to open that up as so, revealing this nicely high polish clasp blades. You can take a look at that nice embossing of the Rolex name on that high polish clasp. All right? And closing it up is just simple, as well. Then there we are. So we get this very beautiful continuous nice patterning from nice hidden clasp is actually called a concealed fold-in crown clasp. Which is pretty unique in a sense now because Rolex has slowly been moving away from the concealed fold-in crown clasp, especially on the Date Just watches, where they have moved on to putting an oyster bracelet. So you typically, now it's seen on the President style bracelets. So this is really your only chance to get them unless you specifically look for an older style Datejust or something like that. All right. So we're going to go ahead and move onto the movement now, which is housed in this oyster-style case backing. See a beautiful brushed finish on the very top edge of it. And then on the outer edge we have a nice mirror finish all around. And movement itself is a 3255 movement. It's been updated from the previous model. Rather, this one doesn't have a previous model. 36s actually came out, I believe, in 2019. Or very early 2020. So the 36 millimeter is unique in its own way, where the Day-Dates used to typically be in a 40 millimeter or 41 millimeter size. I believe the older generation, the Day-Date 2 was in a 41 millimeter. Nowadays, we have the Day-Date 40 and then these came out, which are the Day-Date 36s. So, Rolex giving you a variety of size choices. But the previous movement was a 3155, now it's a 3255. And the reason why, why that is, is that Rolex is, of course trying to manufacture more in-house made parts for their movements and of course, trying to update them to get the best possible movements in their watches. So it's still Perpetual, mechanical self-winding movement. Or once again, 3255 manufactured caliber. It's a precision of -2/+2 seconds a day. Of course, once again as they boast about the 6 o'clock position, you can see that Superlative Chronometer Officially Certified there. The oscillator is a paramagnetic Parachrom Bleu hairspring, which helps in resistance against magnetism. The change, they have a change in shock absorbers, which is a high-performance Paraflex shock absorbers where the previous model used the KIF shock absorber. Absorbers which were initially shattered. Now Rolex made their own, and they claim it absorbs 50% more shocks in that industry standard. I believe they moved on to a Chronergy escapement, as well, with a skeletonized escapement wheel made out of the nickel-phosphorous. Nickel-phosphorus helps, once again, with the aiding against resistance against magnetism. And the Chronergy, the escapement itself being skeletonized helps with the reduction of inertia and keeping precise timekeeping and helping with energy efficiency, over all. The power reserve of this watch is a 70 hour power reserve, meaning you could put this out on a Friday evening, pick it back up on a Sunday afternoon, or Sunday evening, rather. And it will be keeping time just fine. Actually I'd like to go ahead and show you this watch on my wrist. So, once again locate that crown clasp. Open that up. Slide that onto the wrist and close it up. Simple as that. very easy to use. As you can see, very beautiful dial. The rose coloration matching very beautifully with the Everose gold overall. The diamonds just giving a nice little contrast to the face of the watch while providing a nice brilliance to it. You can see, once again, as I mentioned the case size is a little bit thicker because of the additional complications of being able to change the day and the date on the same crown function. But as you can see, it still doesn't sit too high off the wrist. Will fit under those suit coats dress coats very nicely, and overall just a very beautiful watch. President style bracelet, of course, a unique style bracelet from Rolex that you don't typically see. And the concealed fold-in crown clasp, as well, holding it all together. 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