Rolex Datejust 16013

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Gone are the days that two-tone watches reminded us of Miami Vice’s Crockett & Tubbs or American Psycho.Not that there's anything wrong with Miami Vice or Patrick Bateman (well, maybe the latter isn't really the ideal role model...), but for a long time two-tone was definitely out of fashion. Not anymore though! We love bicolor Datejusts, maybe even more so than straight up steel or gold versions. There’s something undeniably smooth about a gold and steel Rolex on a Jubilee bracelet. This ref. 16013 from 1986 comes with a champagne dial; just the way we like them. Even though this watch is nearly 35 years old, the case is in sharp condition and is accompanied by its original full-link Jubilee bracelet with barely any stretch.


Rolex DatejustIn 1945 Rolex created the flagship Datejust to mark the company’s 40th anniversary. This model was the world’s first self-winding wristwatch with a date indication. With the Datejust, Rolex also introduced the iconic 5-piece jubilee bracelet, first in solid gold and later in bicolor and stainless steel. On the tenth anniversary of the Datejust in 1955, the magnifying ‘cyclops lens’ was introduced on the Datejust.Reference 16013, 16030, 16014The Datejust 16xxx (5 digits) references were introduced in the late 1970s and are easily recognizable by their flat dials. This ‘newer’ Datejust came with the updated calibre 3035 that introduced the quick set date function.


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