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One of Rolex’s most venerable models is the Rolex Daytona. It’s known originally as the Cosmograph and evolved into being one of the most recognized watches on the planet. In fact, Rolex had chronographs going back to 1926. The model 2303 was a single pusher chrono with two sub-dials. However, Rolex released the modern day Rolex Daytona at Basel in 2000 sporting Rolex’s first in-house chronograph movement. In years past, Rolex had relied upon Zenith and Valjoux to manufacturer the base movement. Then, Rolex would modify it to its own specifications. These are reasons why the Rolex Daytona features make them the most desirable among the sports series.
What makes them desirable?
Most consider the Rolex Daytona as the pinnacle of form and function. The shape of the case, and the three concentric sub-dials placed proportionally in the 40mm watch face gives the watch a feeling of being in perfect balance. Adding to Daytona’s mystique are the screw-down chrono pushers. The screw down pushers must be unscrewed in order to operate the chronograph. They added them to insure that they were water tight at 100 meters, like the Rolex screw-in TripLock crown. The Rolex Daytona is Rolex’s only model with screw-down pushers. Their YachtMaster II chronograph does not use screw down crowns, yet they still rate them to 100 meters. Many other chronograph manufacturers don’t use screw-down pushers, yet their watches are water tight to 100 meters as well. Nevertheless, Rolex’s screw-down pushers are one of the many standout features of a Rolex Daytona.
More Rolex Daytona features include a clean dial with attention to detail. Although the subdial hands are small, they can easily be read with the contrasting background. The dial markers are also small, but still easy to read. Another standout feature is the red-subdial hands found only on all gold Rolex Daytonas. This is another way to easily distinguish the all stainless from the all white gold models.
Rolex made the modern Daytona with 290 parts, which is much less than other chronographs of its class. One of the standout Rolex Daytona features is the column wheel used to activate the chronograph. One of the primary advantages of a column wheel is that the long second hand does not rock backwards upon activation as some of the types of chronograph movements. You can quickly identify the older Zenith movement Daytona’s by the sub-dials along the same plane as the watch crown. Daytona’s with Rolex’s in-house movement has two sub-dials just above the center horizontal axis of the watch. The Rolex Daytona is one of Rolex’s first watches with the Paracrom Blu hairspring. The Cosomograph Daytona long pedigree is still evolving and many hypothesize that the Daytona is the next watch in the Rolex lineup looking to get a facelift. Stay tuned…
The Modern Rolex Chronograph: The Rose Gold Daytona
While the rose gold Daytona was the last one to join the Rolex chronograph party, it seems that Rolex outfits this particular gold Daytona with its most recent innovations. Don’t believe us? Then, check out this trio of Everose rose gold Daytona watches and the innovations they boast.
Rolex Everose Gold
Not content with just creating unforgettable watch designs and technically superior watch movements, Rolex spends much of its research and development on materials too. Case in point is their patented Everose gold alloy. This masterfully blends gold, copper, and platinum for a special pink gold that will not fade over time. Launched in 2005, Everose gold Rolex watches are now a big part of the brand’s offering.
Identical to all current Daytona watches, the rose gold Daytona also features a 40mm Oyster case and a pair of screw-down chronograph pushers flanking the winding crown. As a chronograph watch, the Daytona includes a tachymeter engraved bezel to use in conjunction with the chronograph hand and subdials to time and record events. All modern Daytona watches run on the in-house Rolex Caliber 4130 automatic chronograph movement with 72 hours of power reserve.
Everose Rose Gold Daytona Ref. 116505
Three years after the introduction of Rolex’s Everose metal, the brand unveiled the rose gold Daytona ref. 116505 at Baselworld 2008. Interestingly, on the Oyster case was a new-style bezel with a bolder font and triangles under the numerals instead of dots. It took another eight years for Rolex to include this enhanced bezel on the two-tone Daytona (ref. 116503) and the yellow gold Daytona (ref. 116508).
To match the Everose gold case, the Daytona ref. 116505 is presented on a matching rose gold Oyster bracelet. Also, Rolex offers the rose gold Daytona with a range of dial colors including pink, chocolate, black, and ivory.
Everose Rose Gold Daytona Ref. 116515LN with Leather Strap
In 2011, Rolex debuted the first Daytona watch with a Cerachrom ceramic bezel. And, the rose gold Daytona was selected for the honors. Not only was the Everose Daytona ref. 116515LN the first Daytona to feature the popular black ceramic bezel, it also came equipped with an elegant black leather strap.
The addition of the ceramic bezel and leather strap lends a very distinct style to the rose gold Daytona ref. 116515LN. However, as of this year, Rolex has discontinued the leather band editions of the rose gold Daytona. Therefore, these rose and leather beauties can only be sourced from the secondary market.
Everose Rose Gold Daytona Ref. 116515LN with Oysterflex Bracelet
As of Baselworld this year, Rolex has replaced the leather strap on the rose gold Daytona ref. 116515LN with an Oysterflex bracelet, keeping the same reference number. In fact, along with the yellow gold and white gold versions, the rose gold Daytona is one of the first Rolex chronographs to sport the Oysterflex bracelet.
The Oysterflex bracelet may look like a regular black rubber strap to the untrained eye. However, this is Rolex we’re talking about, so nothing is just that simple! Instead, the construction of the Oysterflex bracelet is actually a titanium and nickel metal blade wrapped in black elastomer for supreme durability and comfort.
Due to its patented material and assortment of Rolex innovations, the rose gold Daytona is the most modern of Rolex chronographs. It proudly sports the Daytona’s iconic style in a completely contemporary way. We welcome you to view a great selection of these sports watches, as well as more iconic styles of preowned Rolex Daytona mens timepieces at BeckerTime.com.