This is the Rolex Oyster, Perpetual 41 in the silver dial, really worth getting today? We'll be taking a closer look at that in this video. We'll come back to Jaz Time. Jaztime.com is an online store that buys sells and trades authentic luxury watches. We make these videos so you can easily choose the best watch for yourself in the comfort of your own home. We offer the lowest prices anywhere online. If you'd like to know the price simply click on the links in the description below. We greatly appreciate it, if you'd purchase your next box from us at jaztime.com Today we'll be talking about again the Rolex Oyster Perpetual 41, oyster steel case with a silver index style oyster style bracelet reference number one, two four three zero zero. One of the newer models released in 2020 the end of 2020 around September. All right, so this is one of the models that comes in a variety of colors. One of the newer models incorporating say a turquoise color a coral red, as well as a very, very vibrant green all sorts of colors. And you know, the, the standard black and here the silver dial, one of the most basic colors. Now is this really worth getting one of these years? Well, let's, we'll be talking about that. When we go over the case, the dial bezel, crown the functions, the movement, and the bracelet. Now I'll be giving you my thoughts on all of that as to why this is actually not quite a sleeper. Well, it's more of a sleeper watch than you'd think. All right. So in, in case you didn't know the name the Oyster Perpetual 41 means that it is a 41 millimeter diameter case from finger to thumb. All right. It is made of the oyster steel material that is Rolex's own compound of steel and other- other materials to effectively make that super high polish. So you can see along the case sides, as well as on the, the front, it's more like a brush set and finish but that reflectivity the way that it plays in the light is all due to how Rolex creates this very strong, yet elegant type of oyster steel also has the screw down caseback and the twin lock double waterproofness of the crown there. All right. So it allows for a water system of up to 100 meters or 330 feet below sea level, right? This bezel is the domed style bezel so that it's made of oyster steel. Now you're here. You would get this to avoid, you know potentially dinging it. And if you have like say the fluted bezels which are all always made in gold those are a lot more malleable a lot easier to, to effectively damage, right? Whereas this dome bezel is more form fitting. It fits the, the case and the profile much better. It slides much more easily under a suit cuff. And, you know, honestly it's much easier to deal with when it comes to potential damages and it's much more resilient in that aspect. All right. The scratch resistant Sapphire is completely flat here. There's no date aperture on the style so no need for a Cyclops window, right. As you would find on any other sort of watch say like Datejust, or even a Submariner. Okay. So scratch-resistant Sapphire, no fear of suit threads potentially damaging the front of the watch and keeping it nice and clean and clear to read. All right. So when it comes to the functions here, very basic all you need to do is unwind the crown to the first position. You can wind it from there, right? And just pull out to the next position stops that seconds hand and you can move them in at hand as needed. All right. And what makes all of this work is the newer movement made in-house by Rolex the 30 to 30 with a plus or minus two second per day, time differential after casing. Right? So superior time performance there with the center hour, minute, and seconds hands with the stop seconds for precise time setting. So very basic function here. No, not even a date, no calendar no moon phase, no chronograph, nothing. None of, none of all that faffing just really basic easy timekeeping. All right. The oscillator is a pair of magnetic blue pair of Chrome hairspring, as you cannot see through the case back, but it's there, right? And it also has p- high-performance pair of flux shock absorbers which are made to effectively keep this watch, you know keeping time, regardless of, you know, any sudden bumps or you know, even getting close to magnets it keeps it keeping time, just fine. The winder inside has a bi-directional cell finding it has a professional rotor that allows you to charge the watch on your wrist effectively up to 70 hours of a total power reserve. So that's close to almost three days almost three entire days. So you can actually place this down on a Friday evening, pick it back up on a Monday morning, ready to conduct business. No need to wind the watch right now we're going to take a little closer look at this dial here. Now this is the silver dial with a Sunray pattern, right? With index hour marks. Now no easy way to read this dial unless you already know the positions of all the numbers or you can simply count one, two, three, and so forth but let's take a look at how this is assembled. If you look at the outer track with the minute the minute and second track you'll actually notice that there are little dots. These are actually yellow to sort of match like a a yellowish gold sort of look, as you can see in the the minute, hour and seconds hands as they sweep across also the, the settings, the, the applications for these hour marks have that sort of yellowy look to them. So looking at it in the light it actually has sort of a yellowish, slight yellowish tint to it, giving it sort of that sense of royalty and, you know, a very subtle hints. And I actually very much like that, you know, very slight bit of elegance that they've added into this watch because they could've just easily went with a white gold or even steel applications for those hour marks. But the way that they use the yellow in conjunction with that Rolex crown very, very subtle, it makes it a very interesting and unique piece. Even though, you know, this is sort of on the lower end, sort of on the wayside. You know, when you have things like Datejust and Submariners that you know, are often like the flagships and the mainstays of this brand of Rolex in general you have the oyster perpetual that sort of just holds the bottom line, keeps everything anchored. Now, if you'll note also the way that the hour marks are set out, you also have double index markers for the three, six and nine that create sort of like this sort of cross shaped pattern. Very, you get the lateral and the vertical symmetry weighing against the crown at the six and the three and nine having the exact same hour marks. You don't have this sort of asymmetrical balance as you would have with say a Datejust where you would have the date window at date aperture at three, with the nine being needing to have some sort of balance against it. You don't have that with this watch because you don't need it. It's perfectly balanced. So a perfectly balanced watch. This looks very elegant and has that sort of look to it that it just feels right. It looks right. And it just feels right, right. When it comes to the feeling, right it has the oyster style links all flat three piece links all the way across. They're more like singular pieces but the oyster steel fully set and finished on the front as well as on the back high polish, along the sides for us. So sort of a glowing look depending on how you look at it in the light. It also has the falling oyster clasp with the easy link five millimeter extension underneath all the way to open this. Obviously, as I just showed, just simply lift the top very easy, no need for a safety clasp on this one, right? And looking underneath the easy link five millimeter extension this is the closed position to open it just simply pull the bracelet outward. And there you go, an extra five millimeters just in case your wrist happens to swell for, you know from heat or, you know, hydration staying hydrated is very important these days and every day. So you have that option there, right? And while we have the bracelet open here I can actually try it on and give you some more of my thoughts as to how it feels on the wrist. Right now, this is an Oyster Perpetual 41. So it's kind of large on my wrist a 7.25 to 7.5 inch circumference wrist. But you know, I'm not getting a whole lot of framing with the bracelet. I'm getting all dial. And, you know, that's actually not a bad thing because having all dial means it's easier to read easier to look at. And with those very slight white, gold looking or yellow gold looking applications, it gives it a very subtle and very elegant look that, you know actually makes us overall. Even with the silver dial has a very neutral look. That means it goes with anything that you have anything in your wardrobe you can wear with this or you can wear this with anything in your wardrobe, either way. It's a very neutral, overall tone to it that just fits with anything. And when it comes to fitting, if you have the sized to your wrist, a more snug fit would feel that, you know there is still some weight closer to the case. And by the way, that case does sort of a flare outward the lugs don't actually tapered downward as much. So you have more breathing room underneath your wrist. This is actually a good thing as it, you know you have more breathing on your wrist. So, you know, you're not sweating a waterfall from your wrist every single day. You can wear this very comfortably. And with that dome bezel it slides very easily and very nicely under any suit cuff very thin form factor, very good overall look. And that slight downward curve of the lugs does keep it from potentially catching on anything, you know, door knobs and such, all right, the counterweight of this bracelet with the case, isn't too great, but you know, it's it's a very good weight distribution, you know that you're wearing an excellent timepiece on your wrist when you have this on. All right. And so when you're looking at it in general, again, a very neutral overall tone with subtle hints of warmth and sort of sensibility of elegance that really, you know, only only really shines forth with that sort of silver dial that matches the oyster steel with those very, very subtle yellow gold applications. So, you know, enough of what I think what do you think about this watch? Do you think that this would really, you know, hold up hold a candle up to, you know just about any sort of a Rolex within say the Datejust line or do you think this was kind of a flop in the Oyster Perpetual 41 line? Let's know down in the comments below? And, you know, I honestly think this is kind of a sleeker watch when it comes to the overall tone the overall look, so leave your comments down below. Be sure to like that- hit that like button and subscribe be sure to subscribe and hit that bell notification. So you can be notified when we go live with another video. And as always, if you'd like to purchase this watch or any other watch visit us at jaztime.com. And also I also got the luminescence here is excellent with those double hash index marks, very easy to read, very very good chroma light display there. All right. And turning the lights back on still very very easy to read with those very thick index markers at the three, six and nine positions. Again, if you'd like to purchase this watch or any other watch current model like this one or discontinued, let us know down below and we'll see you in our online store at jaztime.com links in the description below.