Welcome back to Jaztime. Jazztime.com is an online store that buys, sells and trades authentic luxury watches. We make these videos so you can easily choose the best watch for yourself in the comfort of your own home. We offer the lowest prices anywhere online. If you'd like to know the price, simply click on the links in the description below. We greatly appreciate if you purchase your next watch from us at Jaztime.com. Today, we'll be going over a Rolex Day-Date entirely in Everose gold with a Mother of Pearl dial diamond hour markers with the begets six and nine as well. All on a president style bracelet reference number one two eight two three five. Now starting with the case, we'll be going over the case dial, bezel, crown, the movement, as well as the bracelet. And I'll be giving you my thoughts on this as we go throughout the video. Basically in short, the movement is what makes us excellent, but more on that when we get to it. So first, this case is 36 millimeters in diameter from finger to thumb. It has that oyster style model black middle case with the screw-down case back in the winding crown to ensure water resistance down to a 100 meters or 330 feet. It has all 18 carat Everose gold construction, meaning that it is effectively the Rolex's own proprietary blend of compounds with gold to create this warm tone that effectively does not fade over time as other Rose golds have that chance, have that ability. Well, unfortunate ability to fade over time. This one retains its color. This bezel on here is the fluid style bezel. Also in Everose gold, it was originally made for the function of effectively screwing onto the case in order to ensure waterproofness. But, you know, modern developments have made that you know, relatively well, not really necessary but it's still used as an aesthetic element. So that makes it a very recognizable element for Rolex watches. And it's always made in gold in this case Everose gold to match that of the case. The crystal, as you can see on here is a scratch resistant Sapphire crystal with the Cyclops window, right over the data aperture at 3:00 position. So looking at the dial now, it's the Mother of Pearl white Mother of Pearl dial. And as I move it around on the light box you can actually see all the different colors in the different hues that you can capture with this dial. You can get some rainbow colors. And the thing about this dial is that it makes it a very unique piece because no two Mother of Pearl dials are exactly the same. All of these are basically pulled up from the depths of the ocean from clams that have gotten a little bit stressed throughout their lifetimes and produced these very colorful pearls. Rolex's own manufacturing effectively ensures that your Mother of Pearl is not artificially dyed. So all of the Mother of Pearl dials are unique and they have not been tampered with. The only thing that has happened to them is that they've been shaped into this round disc for the dial. Looking closer here, we also have all these hour marks, all 18 carat Everose gold settings for, these round diamonds, for all the intermediate hours, with a six and nine beget style diamond to really help create that even weight distribution against the 12:00 day aperture and the 3:00 date aperture, as you can see. So it has a very good balanced feel. Now looking at the functions here, let's see, all you need to do is simply unwind the crown to the first position. This allows you to wind the watch. So if you are at a dead stop you can just simply wind the watch up to 25 to 30 times to get it to a full charge. And once you start feeling damping on that crown, that's when you know, you can stop. It's reached full charge. Pull out to the second position and continue to rotate it clockwise allows you to change the date in that aperture right there at the 3:00. It's about a quarter turn. So throw is very, very short in order to advance the date. And to advance the day at the 12:00 aperture, all you really need to do instead of turn it clockwise, you just simply have to turn it counter-clockwise and it advances the day forward. As you can see. Pull the crown out to the final position and notice that actually stops that seconds hand that allows you to effectively adjust the time as necessary and simply press the crown back in, screw tightly against the case to ensure that 100 meter water resistance. All right. So now onto what makes this such an amazing piece of technology. It's the movement inside. It's the three two 55 caliber made in-house by Rolex. It's a perpetual mechanical and self winding movement with a plus or minus two second per day time differential after casing exceeding Swiss standards of timekeeping. Now the functions is what makes this one a very powerful contender for what makes this a top time piece. So what we have here is the center hour, minute, and seconds hands. Nothing too special there. Lots of watches do that. It has the day and the date in their own respective apertures, 12:00 and 3:00 respectively. All right, no problem. It also has unrestricted rapid settings. So that means that effectively previous models and other models that have date apertures or even day apertures as well effectively force you to only change them between the hours of during the day when you are after 8:00 PM and before 6:00 AM the date switching mechanisms and functions within other watches are engaged. So you can't actually change them effectively without potentially damaging the watch. This watch has unrestricted rapid settings. That means you can change the date or the day at any time of the day. So that means you're free to do so between 8:00 PM and 6:00 AM. If those are your active hours, during the day, then that is certainly a very good option for you. And also, obviously, as I showed earlier, has the stop seconds for precise time setting. The oscillator on the inside is a paramagnetic blue pair chrome hairsplitting with a high performance pair of flux shock absorber to allow for effectively any shock coming to this watch. You know, little bumps or even electromagnetism, getting close to magnets. This will maintain time, just fine, despite those. It also has the bi-directional cell finding via a perpetual rotor on the inside. You can't actually see it because the case back is solid. But effectively all you need to do is wind the watch entirely, put this on your wrist and the natural movements of your wrist will keep it wound up to the 70 hour power reserve. That's nearly three whole days of power reserve. That's a very long time for a Rolex. And again, one of the other things that makes this such a special and such a powerful time piece, Effectively you can set this down on a Friday evening, pick it back up on a Monday morning, ready to conduct business. No need to wind the watch at all. This bracelet is the framing for this case. It's the president style bracelet, three-piece links across high, polished down the center, set in brush finishing on the outside, again in Everose gold, 18 karat gold. And also has that concealed folding crown class. Now some people actually do have questions on how to open this. And simply the easiest way to describe it is to just get your finger underneath the top of the crown and pull very, very easy, very simple. And on the inside of the clasp, you can also see that there are hallmarks on the inside to show you that this is indeed a rare metals, rare earth metals. In this case, gold. And while we're here on the topic of hallmarks, there are hallmarks underneath the lugs of this case meaning that the case is also made of these precious metals. Underneath the lugs, one under each lug. And now all, while we're here, we can actually try this on. Then I can give you some of my thoughts as to how it wears on their wrist because all gold construction can't be light. And it certainly isn't light. It's not a super light wear, but you get what you pay for. You have so much solid gold construction here that it's really hard to shake this off literally. Because this case very thick. The counterbalance in this bracelet, very, very heavy, very massive if I must say. And it's a very good counterweight. You can definitely feel it as you're swinging your wrist around. But when it comes to the weight distribution it's actually not too bad with that very thin, that domed sort of look and form factor to that bezel. This will slide very nicely under any suit cuff and with the way that the weight is distributed, it's not like you're throwing around the case on the top of your wrist. It's more like about a third of the way through the wrist. So it's actually quite a very good weight distribution there. And when it comes to the comfort, nothing really beats the president's style bracelet. It's extremely smooth. Very, very comfortable. It feels so smooth to wear. And, you know, honestly, I wish every bracelet was like this. Although, that would greatly up the price of every Rolex ever. So anyway, those are my thoughts on this watch. What do you think about this watch? Let us know down in the comments below what you think about this Mother of Pearl look against this warm gold color sort of this backdrop of this Everose gold. And is this your style? Maybe you would get it in white gold. That's a possibility. Let us know down in the comments below. And if you liked this video, hit that like button. 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