Rolex Day-Date 36 Rose Gold White Roman Dial Fluted Bezel President Bracelet 128235 - BRAND NEW

Rolex Day-Date 36 Rose Gold White Roman Dial Fluted Bezel President Bracelet 128235 - BRAND NEW

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Brand New
Box & Papers
Production Year
Current Production
Model Number
Day-Date 36
Model Year
Current Model


Screw Down
Rose Gold Fluted
Case Back
Rose Gold
Case Size
36 mm
Case Type
Case Shape


Dial Type
Date at
3 o’clock
Dial Color
Dial Markers
Rose Gold


Band Material
Rose Gold
Concealed Folding Crownclasp
Bracelet Type
Heavy: New Style


Watch Style
Dress Watch
Country of Manufacture
Day Date
Water Resistance
100 Meters (330 Feet)


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It's in the name, Day-Date 36, from two to eight o'clock position. Same as what you get from the 10 to four o'clock position, same 36 millimeters all the way across. You have the monobloc middle case with the screw-down case back and the Rolex winding crown to ensure water resistance down to 100 meters or 330 feet below sea level. As I mentioned, this is all made out of everose gold. What's everose gold? If you haven't seen what it is or read about it, or seen another video from ours, well, everose gold is basically Rolex's own proprietary version of not only rose gold, but also oyster steel mixed with red gold to basically make the strongest possible gold composition, while also maintaining the highest levels of luster. Basically the highest reflect... like reflectability, I guess, if that's a word, to make it basically so that the high polished portions are incredibly mirror-like so that it basically reflects every light in the room. It's very, very bright and very, very beautiful and incredibly strong as well, all in one, and named everose basically so that it lasts longer and keeps its color longer than other rose golds on the market. Because over time, sort of like the reddish tint tends to fade over time on other standard red gold metals. Not so much here, because everose gold from Rolex is basically, they, well... Rolex basically boasts that the everose gold lasts the longest on the market. And I tend to believe them. I've seen Rolex everose gold watches and they're still the same color. All right, enough of that. Taking a look here at the bezel, you also get the nice fluted bezel here, all high polish on its flat surfaces, much like you'd find on the case, tapering down to the lugs which go to the integrated bracelet. The bezel here, same sort of feature, except you have the fluted bezel, originally made with the intent of screwing directly onto the front of the case to ensure the water resistance, but you know, modern technology and technological advancements over time deemed that, well, not all that necessary anymore. So they keep it as a mark of distinction, always in some sort of gold, and in this case everose gold to match the overall compositional look here. And when it comes to a look, hardly anything is more contrasty than the white dial because well, other than the white dial, or even the black dial, the two opposite ends of the value spectrum when it comes to, you know, light and dark, here the white dial versus the everose gold applied Roman numeral hour marks gives you the highest level of contrast. It's sort of like the, sort of like a colloquial or community known sort of entry point into the day-date world, having the white Roman dial, and still it has its own sort of unique look and charm and features to it, I guess. That's the way I would say it. The Roman numerals here basically all represented, except for the three, because it's taken by the date aperture, small on the dial, nice and large underneath the Cyclops lens, which is part of the sapphire crystal, nice and scratch resistant. Also, the Roman numeral for 11 is actually also a one that's sort of made to basically sort of buttress the sides of the day aperture at the 12 o'clock position, moving that Rolex crown down a little bit so it fits in very nicely compositionally. A little top heavy, but that's okay because it's still horizontally symmetrical. Strangely, even though the date aperture does appear a little bit big, it does all fit together very nicely. Now, taking a look here at the Rolex winding crown. Basically, this is how you control the watch. Unwind it at the three o'clock position. Turning it clockwise allows you to wind the watch. So from a dead stop, about 20 to 30 full winds gets you to the full power reserve. Rather simple there. Pull out to the next position, rotating clockwise, continuing thereafter allows you to advance the date forward at the three o'clock position, but then if you were to wind it counterclockwise it advances the day at the 12 o'clock position forward. So the best way to do so is to basically set the day before today, as you set the date and the day, and then pull the crown out to the final position. This stops the seconds hand, so you have that hacking function. You can set them minute hand, and by extension the hour hand as well, nice and precise. And this is why you set it the day before. That way you know which side of the 24 hour time you are on because it's just a 12 hour dial. Set the minute hand nice and precise, synchronize it up with a second hand, or synchronize that seconds hand up with a reference time, press the crown back in to start up once again, and screw the crown back tightly against the case to ensure the water resistance. All right, so what makes all of that work on the inside? A lot of complex moving parts. It's the Caliber 3255 made in-house by Rolex. Can't see through the case back but you do have that gold contents worth in there. You have the precision of plus or minus two seconds per day time differential after casing, giving you the Superlative Chronometer certification that's printed on this and every Rolex style. You have the functions of the center hour, minute and seconds hands, instantaneous day and the date in the respective apertures. Unrestricted rapid setting. Basically that means you can set this at 11:59 PM. When I set the date and the day earlier there was no damage on the movement. You can do so at literally any time of the day, because older watches, older luxury watches, at least mechanical, require that you only set the day and the date and other functions at say 6:00 AM, or, you know, no earlier than 6:00 AM and no later than 10:00 PM. This one you can do so within any time range, no damage to the movement. Also gives you stop seconds for the precise time setting. All those features I had just demonstrated. The oscillator on the inside, features a paramagnetic blue Parachrom hairspring with high performance Paraflex shock absorbers. So, what does that mean? That means you can get relatively close to magnets. The Parachrom blue hairspring keeps it nice and anti magnetic so that it will keep track of time just fine when you get close to circuitry, anything with electromagnetic interference potentially. Also, the Paraflex shock absorbers help absorb physical blows, you know, little bumps here and there and no effect on the time keeping ability of the watch. It'll be keeping track of time just fine. The winding also occurs through bidirectional self-winding via a Perpetual rotor center-mounted on the movement. You can't see it again, but it's still there because you can definitely feel it when you're wearing it on your wrist. It spins as you move with your... the natural movements of your wrist, which winds the power reserve which is approximately 70 hours at a time. That's almost three whole days. You can set this down on a Friday evening, pick it back up Sunday morning, or, heck, even Monday morning, first thing, Monday morning. No need to even wind the watch if you just keep it down all weekend or set it down for a day or two here or there, just wear it all day the day after, and you're good to go. No need to worry about the power reserve. It'll be keep keeping track of time just fine. While I'm zoomed out here you can see that this is the President bracelet. Three-piece links across, sort of combining the best of both worlds, the Oyster and the Jubilee bracelets. Here we have the center links, nice and high polished. This one is a pre-owned version of the watch. So you will see some scratches there, not a big issue. We can deal with that. No problem. There's also satin-brushed finishing on the outer links, and the three-piece links across keeps it nice and strong, while you also have these semicircular links, nice and tiny, to give you the extra breathability and the comfort, and the absolute satin-brushed finish keeps it very, very comfortable on the wrist. You also have the concealed folding crownclasp moving down here. Basically, you can't see the clasp at all on the outside save for the Rolex crown. To open it, just simply lift from the top of the crown, unhooks, and you have the full Rolex stamped logo on the inside, and the full everose gold construction as well. Now while I'm here, I can actually try it on, again on my wrist, seven inches in circumference, all right. And if you know me from my videos you'll know that I like the Day-Date 36. It fits me just fine. Every 36 millimeter watch from Rolex fits quite nicely because I have a nice perfect framing from the 12 and six o'clock sides from the bracelet integrated into the case, and a good clear view of that dial as well. 36 millimeters is just the right size for me. So even up to seven and a half inches, it'll fit you just perfectly. It starts becoming a kind of an accessory when you're going up and above eight inches. But, you know, even down to, you know, even six and a half, six inches for your wrist size, you can still wear this quite comfortably as well. Looking down the edge of the wrist here, a little bit of space under the lugs, not a huge issue. Doesn't hang over my wrist at all, fits very nicely. And again, if your wrist is a little bit smaller you will potentially have a little bit of overhang, but more on the six o'clock side, less so on the 12 o'clock. You'll also have plenty of breathing room because these links have basically zero tolerance among them. Basically they keep their space so that you can wear this all day every day. No need to worry about, you know, sweat or even pulling hairs or even pinching skin. It will all be taken care of, well, because it won't ever happen, thanks to all the breathability that the President bracelet provides. Weight wise, you'll definitely feel this on your wrist if you're used to wearing say steel watches, because the gold is a little bit heavier, but not too much heavier. It's not like carrying a ball and chain on your wrist. So, still incredibly comfortable. And you know that you're carrying value. That's basically where this all is. And with that white dial, makes it very easy to see, very recognizable, very easy to read with those Roman numeral hour markers, gives it sort of a slight art deco feel, very distinctive and slightly traditional in its looks, but no less distinctive and absolutely beautiful in its own right. But enough of what I think. What do you guys think about this watch? Let us know down in the comments below what you think about this Rolex Day-Date 36, reference number, again, 128235, with the white Roman dial, fluted bezel, President bracelet, all everose gold. Let us know what you think down in the comments below. Be sure to like this video, hit the bell notification after hitting subscribe, so you can be notified when we go live with another video like this one. And as always, if you'd like to purchase this watch or any other watch, new, used, discontinued, we can get it for you here at JazTime. Thanks for watching. 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