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, simply click on the links on the description below. If you enjoy our videos, we would greatly appreciate if you'd but a watch from JazTime.com once in a while. Today, we're gonna be doing a review on the Rolex Oyster Perpetual 34. The model number for this watch is 114200. 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. Jumping right into the dial, the dial configuration I currently have in my hand here is the white dial. This is actually a little bit different than typical Rolex white dials. This one actually has a little shine to it, whereas, the Export 2 has that polar white dial, which is a nice flat white. This has a little more shine to it reminiscent to the sunburst style, just without the sunburst. The white on this particular style watch does shine a little differently. Besides that, we have index hour markers, all fashioned 18 carat white gold to prevent any tarnishing; and, of course, we have the luminous fill so they have easy readability in the dark, because it will glow in the dark. Also, land marking 3, 6, and 9 indices are a little bit larger to help with that readability, as well at night. During the day, we actually have a contrast of darker black scores around the outer edges of each hour marker; so, it is easier to read during the day, as well; so, a lot of small design choices that really help with the readability of the dial. Even though it's not really that confusing of a dial in the first place, overall, those little things just add up and it's very nice. Moving on to the hands, we have the hands with the same luminosity on the tips, also made out of that 18 carat white gold, as well, that works in conjunction with the glow in the dark index hour markers. The Datejust architecture in terms of having the Rolex Crown logo at the 12 o'clock position in replacement of something like another index hour marker or just anything else, really. We have the Rolex Oyster Perpetual name beneath that. If you're not particularly fond of this white style dial, it does come in other dial configurations, as well. We have the white dial. We can also have it in the black, green, grape, which is sort of a reddish purple, and a yellow dial. Particularly, for the blue and silver dials, you can also get it in the blue and silver; but, for the blue and silver it's gonna follow suit to similar things such as the Explorer 1, particularly the MK1 model where it has the 3, 6, 9 with no lume. Now a days, the Explorer 1 has the MK2 model which is lume on the 3, 6, 9 Arabic numerals. If you're interested in Arabic numerals in replacement of the larger index hour markers where it's a 9, 6, and 3 but it's all in 18 carat white gold, you can purchase that in a blue and silver dial color. The rest of the hour markers will stay the same. Moving on to the bezel now, the bezel is a domed bezel. It's just a simple, high polished bezel, the most basic of the Datejust line. It really helps frame that dial, bringing that nice shine to the face of the watch as it has a sportier polish all around as you move onto the case, you can see that the case lugs, even from the bracelet, it's all a sand finish, a nice brushed steel finish, pretty much the whole case on the whole front side of the case and on the bracelet as well. For the high polish, we see high polish on this side of the case. See there? The high polish is nicely patterned with the bracelets. On the side of the bracelets, you can see the high polish throughout; and, on the other side the case, we see the high polish once again on the sides of the case down to the bracelets, as well. We see the Rolex crown logo on the crown itself there. Before we move on to the crown functions, I did forget to mention the size of the case, as the name says, the Perpetual 34, it is a 34 millimeter sized case, meaning from my index finger to my thumb here, that's 34 millimeters in diameter. As we move on to the crown function, the crown itself is a screw down, twin lock, double waterproof in the system. It simply unwinds counterclockwise as shown. So, counterclockwise and the center position is where you can wind the watch in about 15 or 20 winds clockwise as shown. It's all you need to get the watch started once more. Taking out the crown to the next position will activate the function of being able to move the hands bi-directionally, of course, being able to set the time. But also important to note, that it will stop the second tenth for precise time setting, such as to turn the clock online to set it down to the exact second. Pressing the crown back in starts that seconds hand once more and always make sure to screw that crown nice and tight against the case as you want to keep this watch water resistant for the 100 meters at 330 feet. Now, moving on to the bracelet now, this watch only comes in the oyster style bracelet which is a three-piece link style bracelet, with a fatter link the middle with smaller links on the outer edges all nicely brush polished as what we typically see on sportier pieces. That comes through all the way to the clasp and onto the other side of the bracelet, as well. Nice tapering from the first link back to keep a nice and more proportional view from the front. Moving on to the clasp now, the clasp is a simple folding oyster clasp, opens up as so, revealing this nicely high polished clasp blade with the Rolex image embossed on there. I'll show you that closed up once more. You can see the nice curvature of the blade for underneath the wrist. Once again, opened up. Moving on to the movement of the watch now, the movement is housed in the simple oyster case background that has a nice high polish around the outer edge of it with a nice brushed steel look at the very bottom of it, or very top of it. For the movement, it is one of Rolex's tried and tested movements. It is the 3130 movement as the perpetual, mechanical self-winding movement made by Rolex. It is a similar predecessor to the 3135, which is the same style movement, just with a date complication added in with it. This movement has been tried and tested over those 10 years; so, you know this watch will keep that precision minus two seconds a day, as Rolex boasts at the 6 o'clock position with a superlative officially certified chronometer. The functions are just the very simple functions of the center, hour, minute, and second hand with the stopping of the second time for precise time setting. The oscillator is a pair of magnetic blue parachrom hairspring meaning that this watch has a bit of resistance against magnetism and the power reserved with this watch is 48 hours, meaning you could put this watch down on a Friday evening and pick it back up on a Sunday afternoon, it would be keeping time just fine. Alright, I will actually go ahead and show you this watch on my wrist, now. We're gonna open that up, and there we are. This fits a standard man's size wrist, which is, I personally have a seven inch wrist. The bracelet still has a little bit of room in there. It is set to the standard of seven and a half inch wrist. You can see the very beautiful watch. That white dial is actually very unique on this style. It has that sunburst feature just put out by sunburst; so, it has a sort of different sheen to it and looks very nice under the light. There's just small, little details. They've added the land marking of the 3, 6, 9 being a little bit larger, black contrasting dots behind each hour marker to help with more readability during the day, just being able to read it at night, as well, with the ability for it to glow in the dark from being charged from light from all the hour markers. The sand finish brush shield all the way throughout really give it that nice sporty look. The high polish really brings it all together making it a little bit dressier as well. So, this would be an everyday wear watch. You can see, it sits on the wrist, not actually that high off the wrist, so it will fit under suit cuffs dress clothes very nicely. It does like I said run the 3130 movement, which is also used in other sports pieces, such as the Rolex No Date Submariner runs that 3130 movement, as well. You know that's a very, very good movement. If you're interested in this watch or any other watch for the lowest possible price, check our website JazTime.com. 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