Introducing The Rolex Submariner Date In 41mm (All Seven Variations)
As you’d expect, we’re getting another rendition of the Submariner Date to accompany the new 41mm no-date Submariner . Notwithstanding, while the no-date Sub is just accessible in Oystersteel with a dark dial and dark bezel, the 41mm Submariner Date comes in seven setups, two of which are new forms of present day religion works of art. Here’s a snappy summary of the whole assortment: There are two references in Oystersteel with dark dials, one with a dark bezel and one with a green bezel; there are two-tone references in Oystersteel and yellow gold, one with a blue dial and bezel and one with a dark dial and bezel; there are two references in yellow gold, one with a dark dial and bezel and one with a blue dial and bezel; and, at last, there is a white-gold reference with a dark dial and blue bezel. Altogether cases, the bezels are Cerachrome, with the markings in either PVD gold or platinum.
For every one of the seven references of the Submariner Date, you get the new 41mm case with slimmer hauls and a somewhat more extensive arm band (which Rolex says is for comfort and solidness on the wrist). You likewise get the type 3235, which has a more drawn out 70-hour power hold and an exclusive Chronergy escapement, making it a genuine improvement over the past type. On the off chance that this development sounds recognizable, this is on the grounds that it’s a similar development utilized in the date-prepared Sea-Dweller ref. 126600 .
The new 41mm Submariner Date completely replaces the past age of Submariner Date models, and they ought to be accessible at approved vendors on Wednesday. Costs range from $9,150 for the dark on-dark model in Oystersteel to $39,650 for the white-gold model with the blue bezel.
Honestly, on the off chance that you need a cool Submariner, presently you’re really ruined for decision. Specifically, I generally loved the possibility of a blue-bezeled Sub, however discovered the blue dial to be excessive. (It likewise yells, “See me, I’m wearing a white-gold Submariner” such that I figure this new, more subtle adaptation doesn’t.) Despite the weight that comes with the watch, that would be my decision of the bundle. All things considered, the Kermit is probably going to be the fan hit of the assortment, yet I’ll sit back and watch what everybody says down in the comments before I refuse to compromise there. (If it’s not too much trouble, let us know which one you’re generally eager to look at in the metal.)
I do believe it’s exceptionally intriguing that the new Submariner assortment is somewhat disproportionate toward the Submariner Date models. There is just the all-dark variant accessible without the date, while the other eight models all come with that additional smidgen of complication. It’s been that path for quite a while, however it underscores the way that the no-date Sub is a lot of a perfectionist’s watch, something of a praise to the beginning of the Submariner and its straightforward apparatus watch legacy. The Submariner Date is the more functional, work area plunging alternative, and the valuable metal Submariners have consistently had a date window and a Cyclops. It would appear that while a few things have changed with the Submariner, different things have remained the same.
Reference Number: 126610 (steel), 126613 (steel and yellow gold), 126618 (yellow gold), 126619 (white gold)
Case Material: Oystersteel, Oystersteel and yellow gold, yellow gold, white gold
Dial Color: Black finish, blue sunray
Indexes: Luminous circles, square shapes, and triangles
Lume: Yes, on hour markers, hands, and bezel pearl
Water Resistance: 300 meters (1,000 feet)
Strap/Bracelet: Oyster wristband with Oysterlock collapsing catch and Glidelock expansion system
Caliber: Caliber 3235
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, date
Power Reserve: 70 hours
Frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 vph)
Superlative Chronometer Certified (Both COSC accreditation and Rolex certification)
Additional Details: Hacking seconds; Chronergy escapement; Paramagnetic bed fork and departure wheel
Valuing & Availability
Price: $9,150 (steel with dark bezel), $9,550 (steel with green bezel), $14,300 (steel and yellow gold), $36,950 (yellow gold), $39,650 (white gold)
Availability: From Wednesday, September 2, 2020
Limited Edition: No, fundamental production.
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