Rolex Oyster Perpetual 6532
Watch geeks, pay attention because here comes a fun fact. You can use this bit of information in the following way: purchase this Rolex Oyster Perpetual, put it on your wrist and go hang out with your buddies. Once they notice the watch, which probably will take a moment because this piece is understated, show it to them. They will, only if they are real friends, ask about the depth rating. Then, drop the fact.
So, what is the fact? This Rolex Oyster Perpetual dates back to 1956. It was only in this year that Rolex put the depth rating on the dials of all the watches they produced. Even the non-diving watches like this Oyster Perpetual. That’s a pretty cool fact, right? The watch has a stainless steel case which measures 34 mm and comes on its original stainless steel riveted Oyster bracelet. The watch has a tuxedo dial meaning it has a lighter-coloured outer ring that surrounds a darker-coloured inner circle. Cool details are the alpha hands and blued-steel second hand. It runs on the calibre 1030.