Rolex Lady Datejust 28 Yellow Gold/Steel White Mother of Pearl Diamond Dial & Diamond Bezel Jubilee Bracelet 279383RBR - BRAND NEW

Rolex Lady Datejust 28 Yellow Gold/Steel White Mother of Pearl Diamond Dial & Diamond Bezel Jubilee Bracelet 279383RBR - BRAND NEW

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Brand New
Box & Papers
Production Year
Current Production
Model Number
Lady-Datejust 28
Model Year
Current Model


Screw Down
Set with Diamonds
Case Back
Steel/Yellow Gold/Diamonds
Case Size
28 mm
Case Type
Case Shape


Dial Type
Date at
3 o’clock
Dial Color
White Mother of Pearl
Dial Markers
Set with Diamonds


Band Material
Yellow Gold/Steel
Concealed Folding Crownclasp
Bracelet Type
Heavy: New Style


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


Welcome to Jaztime. 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. If you would like to know the price, simply click on the link in the description below. If you enjoy our videos, we'd greatly appreciate it if you would buy a watch at Today, I'm going to be reviewing the Rolex Datejust 28 Yellow Gold/Steel and Diamonds with white Mother of Pearl on Jubilee bracelet. Reference 279383RBR. I'm gonna talk to you guys about the case, the bezel, the dial, the bracelet, the movement, try it on and give you my thoughts. Let's dive right in. As I said, this watch is 28 millimeters, that's from my thumb to my index finger. That's the diameter of this without the crown, 28 millimeters. It's a smallest Datejust that Rolex makes. In fact it's the smallest, no, actually I'm sorry. They make a oyster perpetual that is 26. This is the smallest Datejust that Rolex makes and is 28 millimeters. They used to make this Datejust in 26, but that proved to be too small for people to read. So they upgraded it to a larger size of Datejust 28, 28 millimeters. So, if you're a woman who likes to wear small watches, or does not like to wear the larger watch 'cause it's too heavy or you just have a small wrist, you gotta go with the Datejust 28. And this would actually be the King of the heap. So let's talk about it a little bit more. The case, as I said, is made of stainless steel. It's a monoblock, middle case with a screw-down case back in winding crown. There you see it, with the winding crown on the right-hand side. Now let's move on to the bezel. The bezel is set with diamonds as you can obviously see here, Rolex only uses the highest quality diamonds, colorless or near colorless and flawless diamonds. They're hand set in this bezel here, hand set actually to perfection. So nobody does a diamond bezel like Rolex does, and nobody charges you like Rolex does. So anyways, the housing of this diamond is of course in yellow gold. Now Rolex calls it Yellow Rolesor, which is a combination of oyster steel and 18 carat yellow gold. But the diamond, the bezel itself of course, is in diamonds. Now let's move on to the bracelet now. The bracelet is a Jubilee, five piece link. Jubilee means that it has five pieces, as you see, two on the outside and three in the center that are in gold. Those are Jubilee. If it were three piece link across, it would be an Oyster. But this one is a Jubilee. And again, Rolex calls it Yellow Rolesor, which is a combination of oyster steel and 18 karat yellow gold. Now the class, let's get to this, is a concealed folding crown class. You simply close it like such. And it is as the name describes, concealed. Now, Rolex used to make their 36 millimeters, their 31 millimeters are still concealed crown clash. And they used to make their 36 millimeters, concealed crown class, but they don't do that anymore. It's only 28s and 31s that are concealed like this. And you might ask yourself, why would I want it concealed or not? Well, it doesn't really matter what you want because Rolex only makes their 28 one way, on their 31, that's the same thing. But on the 36, they change this buckle, right here where my fingers pointing to, to a Oyster buckle. Which has the benefit of having a five millimeter comfort extension, of which this one does not. That means you have to exactly put the number of links that fit your wrist. You do not have any micro adjust. And I guess the thought is that if your wrist is small enough to fit a 28 millimeter. Then probably you don't really need a micro adjust. Cause your hand doesn't change much in size anyways. because your hand being small, it changing like 10% or 5%, only changes it by a few millimeters. And hence, not the need. I don't know that could be, it might not be, but at any rate, it's a concealed crown class, as you can see. Okay, let's talk about the movement. The movement here is housed inside this monoblock middle case, and is a caliber 2236, with a precision of plus minus two seconds a day, and a power reserve of 55 hours. Now, probably that doesn't mean anything to you and it should probably doesn't really make much difference. It is a upgraded movement. The older movement, I believe is a 2235. This one is a 2236. It's a little bit more precise and it has slightly longer power reserve, although you can't see the back of it. So I'm not sure why that would matter, but it is automatic. So that is a good thing, you don't have to wind it. Meaning all you have to do is wear it every 55 hours, and you won't have to reset the time or date. Okay, anyways, so let's try this thing on, before I get to that, I wanna let you know. If you want to buy this watch, please go to,, where you can buy this watch at the lowest price anywhere online. Now, here are my thoughts for this watch. This is basically the King of the Heap, when it comes to ladies Datejust. If you want a small Datejust, a small watch, something that's not too cumbersome. Then this 28 would be it. And of the 28, this one has all the upgrades, there are no more further upgrades. This watch almost retails for $20,000. And of course you can buy it much less at But yeah, this one has all the upgrades. And what are those upgrades? Well, it has gold, that's the first obvious one. Second one, it has diamonds going around the bezel, that's the second obvious one. And the next one is this white Mother of Pearl dial. Oh, I forgot to mention the dial, okay let's go back. For the dial, this is a white Mother of Pearl dial. What does that mean? Well, if you actually look at the dial, okay. The dial is pearl. Yes, you heard me, pearl. Actually a real pearl. And what that means is it looks different, and glistens differently in light. You kinda see how I'm turning that, the pearl is a natural pearl. Yeah, at one point it existed in the sea, and now it's on your wrist. Now the Mother of Pearl by nature is full of mystery and surprises. And depending on its origin, it can be pink, white, black, or yellow. And it differs in color, intensity, and structure, depending on the part of the shell of which it was extracted. Yeah, very, very interesting. And if you look at it, just each little part of it looks slightly different. I think it's amazing, actually. That's actually my favorite dial and rightfully so. It's also Rolex's most expensive dial, aside from meteorite. Which is only on selected watches. But this Mother Pearl, it looks absolutely amazing. And I forgot to mention, yes, they have diamonds. As you obviously can see going around each hour marker, and those diamonds, by the way, are also housed in 18 carat yellow gold. How awesome is that, having your diamond housed in 18 karat gold. Which is then housed in a pearl, which is then housed in a stainless steel case for ruggedness. Wow, I think Rolex really outdid themselves on this one. You pretty much have the King of the Heap. Okay, anyhow, back to my thoughts. And by the way, if you want to buy this watch, please go to Don't watch my video and go somewhere else and buy it. That's the reason why I'm sitting here at 7:00 PM on a Wednesday night making these YouTube videos. So people like yourself can watch them and decide if they want to buy this watch. And if you do, please go to to buy it. I can't close it 'cause it's... Oh, I can close it. So please go to if you want to buy this watch. Okay, so my thoughts... This one is pretty much King of the Heap. Now without going into yellow gold, all yellow gold, which can kinda be a little bit too showy for some people. The stainless steel, yellow gold combination is just right for many people. And this watch actually sells the best, although not in this combination because most people can't afford it, 'cause it's very expensive. It almost doubles, actually, it does double the price of this watch by adding all these upgrades. But it really looks worth, looks awesome. And if you actually compare it to its competitors, such as like Audemars Piguet, or Patek Philippe, you know, 20,000 for a gold and steel watch with diamonds is actually a bargain. It's actually a lot cheaper than its competitors. And you get the name, brand of Rolex, high resale value, you know, et cetera, et cetera. And of course the watch is beautiful. So anyways, if you want to buy this watch, please go to

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