Hey guys. This is Kevin from JazTime.com. JazTime.com is an online store that buys, sells, trades authentic luxury watches. We make these videos so our customers can easily choose the best watch for themselves in the comfort of their own home. We offer the lowest prices anywhere online and if you want to know the price of the watch, simply click on the links in the description below. If you enjoy our videos, we would greatly appreciate it if you would buy a watch from JazTime.com once in a while. Okay, so today we're going to be reviewing the Rolex Datejust 28. This is the model number, 279383. We'll be going over the dial, bezel, case, crown, bracelet, clasp and we'll talk about the movement towards the end of the video. Alright, so jumping right into the dial. The dial configuration we currently have for this Datejust is a beautiful silver dial. You can see this sort of sunburst feature that the silver dial has by tilting it against the light there. You can see sort of beams in contrasting with darker finishes with lighter. Besides that, it's a silver dial with diamond hour markers fashioned in 18 karat yellow gold. Meaning that it prevents any tarnishing from the settings of the diamonds. And also, the hands and, the hand, so the hour and minute hand, and the second hand, are all fashioned in 18 karate yellow gold as well. So very beautiful, very beautiful contrasting of the silver against that gold. We have the standard Datejust architecture which is the Rolex crown logo at the twelve o'clock position and the date window at the three o'clock position with a cyclops lens on top of that sapphire crystal for magnification, easier viewing of that date. Okay, so one thing to mention, as this is a Datejust watch, Datejust watches, one of the more dressier watches for Rolex specifically, this is referred to as the Lady Datejust 28. So this is a woman's watch, being that it is a dress watch, we do have different configurations, if you're not interested in the silver dial, so specifically for the diamond hour markers, it comes in also a champagne dial or a mint green, lavender, or mother of pearl dial. If you're not interested in the diamond hour marker's, you think the diamond hour markers around the bezel are enough, and you just want to do something simple, have a little more visibility so something like the indexed hour markers, or the even roman numerals as well you can only get those in a champagne or silver, with the roman numerals having an additional wide dial as well. So, you got quite a few choices for the configuration of the dial for this watch. Moving on to the bezel now, bezel's very beautiful, very beautiful diamond set bezel. I believe it's about 48 diamonds in total all around the circumference of the bezel. And it is fashioned on 18 karat yellow gold setting. You can see all around, very beautiful high polishing of that bezel all around. Matches very nicely with the shine of the diamonds as well. You can see, there's a lot going on on the face of the watch so it's very very eye catching, all from frontal view you can see that very nice high polish, sort of bordering the diamonds around, working very nicely with the sunburst of the silver dial, but also as we move onto the case, we see a nice high polish on the tops and bottom lugs of the case. See, it really helps frame in that dial as well. The case size of the watch is a 28 millimeter case, as stated by Lady Datejust 28. So from my index finger to my thumb here, that's 28 millimeters in diameter. And then we have a nice high polish on the side of the case as well, that matches very nicely with the high polish on the sides of the bracelet. On the other side of the case, same thing, nice high polish on the side of the case, with high polish on the side of the bracelet. Of course, the steel used for the case, and along with the bracelet as well, is a 904L steel, it's an in-house made steel by Rolex, which has additional shine and corrosion resistance. Moving on to the crown, we have the beautiful Rolex crown logo on the crown itself, on the 18 karat yellow gold crown. It is a two in one, double waterproofing system so you can unwind it counterclockwise as shown, into the standard position. In the standard position, you can wind the watch, from a dead stop, about 15 or 20 clockwise turns 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 three o'clock position by going counterclockwise, changes very instantaneously, very easily to adjust. As you can see. Pulling the crown out to the final position, will stop the second hand. I'll stop it on the Rolex crown logo there, there we are. So that allows for precise timing, such as to an atomic clock online, can set it to the exact second. While also being able to adjust the hands bidirectionally, as shown. Pressing the crown back in will start that second hand once more. And always make sure to screw the crown nice and tight against the case as it will keep the watch water resistant for 100 meters or 330 feet. Moving on to the bracelet now, beautiful Jubilee styled bracelet. This is Rolex's five piece link style bracelet. It also is available in the oyster bracelet, which is a sportier style three piece links. But it has a very beautiful, it's going to be the same in terms of the polish for the links. So down the center we have a very beautiful high polish for the smaller three piece links, while the outer links are nicely satin finished or brushed steel, to sort of have the nice contrast and bring a better shine out of it. And you can see that Jubilee pattern go throughout the whole watch, very very beautiful Jubilee patterning. We do have a little bit of tapering from the first lug of the bracelet downwards. So it has a nice proportional view overall. And then we, for the clasp, it's located right here, by the Rolex crown logo, this is found on Jubilee styled bracelets. This is called the concealed folding crown clasp, which opens up as so, revealing these nicely high polished clasp blades, with the Rolex name embossed on there, on this high polished clasp blades. It's very beautiful, so that's how the watch looks fully opened up, and then closed. You see that clasp is nice and hidden behind the bracelet. Of course curvature of the clasp, to fit very nicely against the underside of your wrist. So the Jubilee bracelet, very very beautiful. Moving on now, to the movement, the movement is housed in this oyster case backing. The movement that this watch runs is an in-house made perpetual mechanical self-winding movement. It is the caliber 22 36 movement by Rolex, has the precision of minus two plus two seconds a day. Of course, they like to brag about it by putting it on the six o'clock position of the dial, you can see it says, "superlative chronometer officially certified." The functions of the movement simply are the hour, minute, and seconds hand with the instantaneous changing of the date with rapid setting and also the stopping of the seconds hand as I've shown you with precise time setting. The power reserve of this watch, we're looking at a 55 hour power reserve, meaning you can put this watch down on Friday evening, pick it up on Sunday evening, and it will be keeping time just fine. So unfortunately, I won't be able to show you this watch on my wrist fully, as the standard sizing for this bracelet is for a ladies wrist, about a six and a half I believe, instead of the Rolex standard seven and a half inches. Okay. But if you're interested in this watch, or any other watch for the lowest possible price, check out our website at JazTime.com. We have the lowest prices guaranteed, we offer a one year warranty, and if you like the video please like, comment, subscribe below. Thanks for watching, hope to see you guys soon.