Three High-Quality Watches of the Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Collection
The Rolex Company has been producing premier watches for the past few decades. The tenet Rolex is known for their luxury watch market and for producing timepieces that showcase an incredible quality of detail in every minute facet of each model. One of the most popular watches that is sought after by collectors in Rolex is the Cosmograph Daytona watch model. Since the year 1963, this watch has been worn by a series of celebrities and one of the most famous people to where it is the actor an entrepreneur Paul Newman. The version of this watch is even gone on to become the Paul Newman Rolex because of the appreciation of the amount of times that he wore it in public.
The latest rerelease of the Cosmograph is coming this year and in the form of three high-quality Rolex watches. There’s an ever rose gold watch that encrusted with tiny white diamonds, a sapphire crystal watch and an elegant yellow gold option all up for grabs starting this year.
The original versions of this watch retail for a surprising $449,000 and the latest rerelease is going to be coming out at the same price point. The three chronographs look different to one another with a red accent, a rainbow dial and the blue bezel with diamonds.
The 18 karat yellow gold version is also known as the eye of the Tiger Rolex and it comes complete with the scratch resistant sapphire crystal and an impressive yellow 18 karat gold front design. The platinum version is released in an all platinum configuration and with a highly durablelook which is embezzled with an impressive 44 diamonds.
Any one of these watch designs stand is an excellent investment for a collector and the perfect chance to expand your collection if you are an avid fan of Rolex watches. If you would like to learn more about Rolex and the new watches that are available in the Cosmograph line, be sure to watch the Rolex website for these latest releases.
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