The company has also added three new versions of the Sky-Dweller this year, a collection initially launched in 2012. The new versions come in 42mm 18k Everose, yellow and white gold cases with Sundust, silver and black dials respectively. A classic watch for frequent travellers; the Sky-Dweller combines a dual time zone display and annual calendar that automatically displays the correct date throughout the year - needing only one adjustment on 1 March. Function setting is easily carried out via a rotating Ring Command bezel, by turning it to the corresponding position to adjust the local time, the reference time or the date, and then using the crown to perform the settings.
If you’re looking for something to catch the light, the Cosmograph Daytona now comes in 950 platinum, its 40mm case set with 36 baguette-cut diamonds. The dial is also entirely paved with diamonds, except for the ice-blue chronograph counters, which is a rare colour Rolex reserves for its platinum models.
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