Hey guys, this is Kevin from Jaztime.com, and today we'll be doing a review on the Rolex Oyster Perpetual, reference number 114300. We'll be going over the price, the dial, bezel, case, crown, bracelet, clasp. And we'll talk about the movements towards the end of the video. Okay, so as of June, 2018, you can get this watch from authorized Rolex retailers for $5,700 plus tax or here at Jaztime.com. We strive to have the lowest prices anywhere online so give our website a thorough look-through before you make your purchase. Alright, so moving on to the dial now. So the 114300 is the Oyster Perpetual watch. It's a very basic, entry-level Rolex watch, however, from the previous models the hour markers were index hours markers, as you see here. Index hour markers are luminescence, luminescence-filled. And the luminescence obviously helps with readability in the night, as it glows in the dark so you can easily see the time at night, as well as during the day. But it used to only be the three, six, and nine o'clock position that had the luminous indices, and previously that it used to be, it used to have Riggler's white-gold hour markers, but now we have full lume, all the way around, from the one to the 11, with the Rolex crown logo at the the 12 o'clock position. The hands are, the hour minute hand are also luminous tipped as well, and also fashioned out of 18 karat gold as well. That was pretty much the main update from the previous style of the 114300's. It also was released in two new colors, which is the white, as I have in my hand here. However, this white is a little bit different from than the standard Rolex white such as the Explorer II. They have that sort of polar white dial, that's just a nice flat white. This style actually has a little bit of silvery tone to it. I'm not quite sure what exactly is going on there, but this white does seem to stand out a little bit more compared to the typical Rolex white, such as on the Datejust as well. But, besides that, if you're interested in the white coloring with contrasting black accents on the hour markers, it also comes in the vice versa as well. In a black dial with contrasting white hour markers. And I actually do have that watch here to show you guys. So you can see that these are the two new styles that came out for the 114300's. So you can see it's just literally just a nice white dial that's kind of silvery tone with the black indices. And then the black dial with the white indices. Okay? But you can also still purchase this watch in the standard 114300, the more colorful tones, which was previously released in like, 2016, which was the blue dial grape, and the rhodium as well. Alright, so let's go ahead and move on to the bezel now. The bezel is just a very simple, smooth dome bezel. And that's a high polish. The high polish is to bring a nice shine to the front of the watch and make it a little more eye catching, and contrasting with the steel, the steel of the case, as well. As we move on to the case, the case is a 39 millimeter size case. So from my index finger to my thumb here, that's 39 millimeters in diameter. Similar to the Explorer I, 214270, it's also a 39 millimeter case. It's a very nice case. It is satin finished throughout, which is kind of interesting as this is not really a sports watch, it's more of a dressier watch. And usually with dressier watches, they, Rolex does a high polish on the lugs of the watch. But they decided to opt with a nice satin finish brush deal for the face of the lugs, in order to contrast with that high polish bezel. However, on the side of the case, the side profile of the case, as you can see, not too thick. Will fit under a suit's cuffs, dress cuffs very nicely, but has a nice high polish along the side that patterns very well with the side of the bracelet. And same can be said on the other side as well, you can see the nice high polish again. Rolex crown logo on the crown itself. As we move on to the crown, the crown is just a very simple screw-down crown. It's Rolex's screw-down twin locking, double waterproofing system that simply unwinds counter-clockwise as shown. From this position, this is actually the standard position where you can wind the watch. About 15 to 20 clockwise winds is all you need to get the watch started once more. And pulling the crown out to the only position that the Oyster Perpetual has will stop that second hand, or the hack movement. Once again, I'll show you that one again. See as it moves, and then stops when you pull it out to the final position allowing you to set the time bi-directionally, and all, setting the time to exact seconds such as doing an atomic clock online. You can set the time down to the exact seconds with the stopping of the seconds hand. Pressing the crown back in starts it up once more. Always make sure, with any watch, screw the crown nice and tight in against the case, as you want to keep your watch water resistance nice and nice and protected. Specifically for the Oyster Perpetual, you're looking at a water resistance of 100 meters, or 330 feet. Moving on to the bracelet now. So we have a sportier style bracelet, which is the Oyster bracelet, made out of 904L steel, which is a Rolex in-house made steel. It has a nice additional corrosion resistance and a nicer shine to it overall. As with typical Rolex sports pieces, it's nicely satin finished, which is again, kind of confusing as this is more of a dressier watch. But it just has that sportier tone, a little bit sportier tone to it because of that satin finish on the bracelet and on the lugs that match with it. Moving to the clasp, as we see, center of the bracelet. Rolex crown logo on the clasp itself, satin finished clasp fully. Opening it up reveals this nicely high polished clasp blade with the Rolex name embossed onto the clasp blade itself there. See it's very highly reflective. Once again, show you the clasp closed. You can see the clasp hidden behind the bracelet, a nice curvature to fit along the wrist much more nicely. And on the other side of the bracelet, same patterning, same patterning throughout, nice tapering of the first initial lugs to fit along and have the nice symmetrical look to the whole watch. Alright, so let's go ahead and talk about the movement of the Oyster Perpetual now. The movement is housed in this Oyster casebacking, which is just a very simple Oyster casebacking. The movement itself is a 3132 movement, which is in-house made by Rolex. It's perpetual mechanical self-winding movement, caliber, as I said, 3132. It has a precision of minus-two, plus-two seconds a day, which is in Swiss specs, the COSC certification. And you could actually see at the six o'clock position it says Superlative Chronometered Officially Certified. So, specifically for the 3132 movement, it's actually an update from the 3131 movement, which is, the 3131 was used in the Milgauss and the Air King which was the addition of the paramagnetic- blue parachrome harispring, which is the oscillator, which was the step from the 3130, from the 3131 was that paramagnetic blue parachrome hairspring, which adds extra resistance against magnetism. But they've updated from 3131 to 3132, with a high performance paraflex shock absorbers, which is Rolex's in-house made shock absorption system, which absorbs about 50% more, has 50% more shock absorption than the industry standard of the KIF shock absorbers. The power reserve of the watch is still the same from those previous models, previous movement models, which is 48-hour power reserve, meaning you could put this watch down on a Friday evening, pick it back up on a Monday-- Or, not Monday, but Sunday afternoon, and it'll be keeping time just fine. Alright, now let me go ahead and show you this watch on my wrist now. So, once again, find that folding Oyster clasp. You can see that very beautiful satin finished tapering of the bracelet. Fits very nicely on the wrist, the curvature. See, and there's the face of the watch. High polish, very nice contrasting against that satin finish on the case. Overall, one of the main points I wanted to get to is just that the dial, that white dial, is a little bit different from the Datejust whites, and the Explorer II white dials. It just has a tiny bit of silvery tone to it and it's just absolutely gorgeous. And that makes this Oyster Perpetual very unique. So if you're interested in this model, or any other model for the lowest possible price check out our website at Jaztime.com. We offer a one year warranty. And if you like the video, please like, comment, and subscribe below. Thanks for watching, hope to see you guys soon.