Rolex Datejust 41 Rolesor, combining 904L steel and 18ct yellow gold, sporting the signature fluted bezel, champagne-colour dial and five-link Jubilee bracelet. This new version of the Rolex classic is powered by a new-generation mechanical movement, calibre 3235, offering superlative levels of performance. Discover more on http://on.rolex.com/2hu4tbM
As symbols of achievement and sophistication, Rolex watches enjoy an unrivalled reputation for quality and prestige. Each Rolex is designed to last, made from noble and highly resistant materials, stringently tested and certified for its chronometric precision.
Rolex’s unique mastery of every aspect of watchmaking fuels its quest for perfection. The only way to ensure that every part, every element and every assembly meets our own impossible standards is to conceive, design, manufacture and test all our watches in-house, the Rolex way.
Since its inception at the beginning of the 20th century, Rolex has always encouraged individual excellence and the pursuit of perfection. Rolex makes a unique and lasting contribution to culture around the world.
Every Rolex watch has a story to tell: from its journeys and adventures in the deepest depths or on the highest summits, it has seen the world and experienced almost everything. Here, nine Rolex Testimonees share with us the personal stories and memories that their Rolex watches embody. From turning weakness into strength, of milestones of success, or of unimaginable accomplishments to a nostalgic look back in time.
The partnership between Rolex and tennis dates back to 1978, when Rolex became the "Official Timekeeper" of The Championships, Wimbledon. This date marks the beginning of a privileged association between two partners driven by the same pursuit of excellence.