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The 2020 Datejust, Oyster Perpetual, and SkyDweller are in… and colorful


Rolex didn’t just update the Submariner. They also updated the Datejust, Oyster Perpetual, and SkyDweller. If you were wanting a colorful 36mm Oyster Perpetual, now’s your chance.

Available in black or silver with gold hands and indices, the 41mm Oyster Perpetual is a little larger than the 39mm that we’d become accustomed to. If you liked the 39mm, find one now – it looks as if the two sizes available are going to be 41mm and 36mm.

The 36mm and 41mm Oyster Perpetual come in a range of colorful dials, including yellow, coral red, green, turquoise blue, and candy pink. If you want a playful Rolex, this year could be your year.


The Datejust also got updates. Small ones. The 31mm Datejust picked up a diamond bezel set in white gold on stainless steel case. The purple sun-ray brushed dial is brillaint.


Formerly only in stainless steel, the SkyDweller has been Rolex’s modern aviation watch. Instead of the GMT Master II which is squarely based in the past, SkyDweller was a modern invention that uses the bezel to set the time.

And if you liked the SkyDweller in steel with a white dial, with blue and red accents, maybe you’d like it even more in 18ct yellow gold, with a black dial. It comes on a rubber OysterFlex strap, and matching clasp. If you don’t like yellow gold, it’s also available in rose gold with a chocolate dial or white dial. rolex.com

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