Rolex Oyster Perpetual Celebration Dial Watch


The Rolex Oyster Perpetual high quality watches replica is a mainstay of the brand's product range, although it's only in recent years that it has experienced the same type of popularity that we typically associate with Rolex models. When the updated Oyster Perpetual collection debuted in 2020, it brought with it a variety of brightly colored dials, and these vibrant new offerings immediately put the Rolex Oyster Perpetual back in the spotlight. Although Rolex quietly discontinued some of its more unusual options, such as the coral red and yellow versions, just a few years later in 2022, collectors are still keen to purchase all the different colorways. However, as part of its novelty launch at the Watches and Wonders of Geneva 2023, Rolex has unveiled the “Celebration” dial, which features an asymmetrical bubble pattern and includes all the popular colors from the 2020 Oyster Perpetual collection, Easily represents the most unusual dial ever seen on a Rolex standard production watch.

While Rolex offers a number of different dial colors for the current Oyster Perpetual collection, only five specific colors really captured the imagination of the collection when it was first launched in 2020: green, turquoise blue, coral red, Yellow and candy pink. While other dial options display a more traditional sunray pattern, these five dials feature a bright glossy lacquer finish that is reminiscent of the “Stella” dials found on vintage Rolex Datejust and Day-Date luxury replica Watches. Besides being completely unexpected and uncharacteristically playful for Rolex, the simple fact that these dials were mounted on Rolex's cheapest models only fueled public demand for them, and the five bright colors soon became The symbol of the modern Oyster Perpetual collection. As a result, the Rolex Celebration dial only comes in these five colors, while the various circles that make up its signature bubble pattern appear in five different sizes, symbolizing the five case diameters available in the modern Rolex Oyster Perpetual collection.

Although Rolex currently produces the Oyster Perpetual in five different case sizes (28mm, 31mm, 34mm, 36mm and 41mm), the 28mm and 34mm versions of this model are not available with a colorful Celebration dial. With this in mind, when Rolex first introduced the colorful Oyster Perpetual dial in 2020, the brand chose to only offer it on 31mm, 36mm, and 41mm watches, and even when it was first launched, not all colors were available. Available in every case size (for example, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual 41 never came with a candy pink dial option). So the fact that Rolex isn’t offering a new Celebration dial for the 28mm and 34mm versions of the Oyster Perpetual isn’t a surprise, as these models have never actually been offered in these fan-favorite dial colors. (Although the bubble pattern depicts five different sizes). buying replica watch

Aside from its unique and colorful dial design, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Celebration Dial Watch is otherwise identical to the standard model in the current production series, and is entirely made of 904L stainless steel (officially referred to by Rolex as "Oystersteel") . ”), and they both feature smooth bezels that showcase a highly polished finish. A flat sapphire crystal protects the dial, while a sturdy screw-down caseback is mounted on the back of the watch, with a 3 o’clock position on the side of the case. There's a double-locked, screw-down crown that helps ensure the Oyster Perpetual is water-resistant to 100 meters. In fact, the three Celebration dial watches are essentially the same as the ones first launched in 2020, though Their eye-catching colorful dials immediately distinguish them from other watches, and their appearance is decidedly playful, unlike other Rolex models (with the exception of the "Puzzle Piece" Day-Date watch, which is outside the catalogue).

Combining a water-resistant "Oyster" case with a self-winding "Perpetual" movement, the Oyster Perpetual is the purest expression of a Rolex watch and is the basis for all other models of the brand. The Oyster Perpetual has been in Rolex's catalog since the early 1930s, and over the years it has come in a wide variety of styles, from humble stainless steel models to sophisticated gem-set models. Made entirely of pure gold. In recent years, however, the Oyster Perpetual has taken over Rolex's position as entry-level models, and the brand has significantly streamlined the range, eliminating all premium options such as gold fluted bezels and diamond-set dials. As of this writing, all Rolex Oyster Perpetual watches are made entirely of stainless steel and feature smooth polished bezels. The only difference between these models, aside from the case size and the movements that power them, is their Color and finish. Dialpad. quality replicas watches

Since the three Celebration Dial Oyster Perpetual watches are essentially whimsical dial variations of the series' standard models, they also all feature stainless steel cases and sleek, high-polished bezels, and are identical to all other currently produced Oyster Perpetuals. Like the watch, each version of the Celebration dial is exclusively equipped with Rolex’s iconic three-link Oyster bracelet. From a construction standpoint, the Oyster Perpetual's strap is identical to that found on modern Datejust models, but instead of a highly polished center link, the Oyster Perpetual's strap has a fully brushed upper surface. to match the brushed finish on top of its lugs. Likewise, the clasp attached to the bracelet is Rolex's standard folding Oyster clasp, using the brand's Easylink expansion system, which is essentially an additional folding link that allows the wearer to expand or contract the bracelet by 5mm to Maintains a comfortable fit as your wrist fluctuates. All day size.

Due to different case sizes, the three Rolex Oyster Perpetual Celebration Dial watches use two different movements. The Oyster Perpetual 36 (Ref. 126000) and Oyster Perpetual 41 (Ref. 124300) are both powered by caliber 3230, while the smaller Oyster Perpetual 31 (ref. 277200) is equipped with caliber 2232. Running at 28,800vph (4 Hz) and adhering to Rolex's strict "Superlative Chronometer" standards of -2/+2 seconds per day (when cased), the two most noteworthy differences that distinguish the two movements are Their hairsprings and power reserves. Carl. The 3230 has a hairspring made of Rolex’s proprietary blue Parachrom alloy and offers a power reserve of approximately 70 hours, while the more compact Cal.3230 has a hairspring made of Rolex’s proprietary Blue Parachrom alloy. The 2232 is made of Syloxi (Rolex’s term for silicon) and has a lower power reserve of 55 hours due to the smaller size of its mainspring. replica watch stores

Rolex is generally considered a fairly conservative brand, and the rather cool and classic design language of its watches is a large part of the reason why many of its models are generally considered timeless. As someone who owns a green palm leaf dial Datejust, I can certainly appreciate interesting and unconventional dial designs; however, I can't help but wonder how popular these colorful celebratory dials will be once the novelty of their unusual appearance wears off. Will it continue? If Rolex chooses to only produce the Celebration Dial for a few years, you can almost guarantee that these Oyster Perpetuals will continue to be highly desirable items for collectors, but if this vibrant bubble pattern dial sticks around long term and simply becomes the Part of the core range, I’m not sure that many people will continue to choose the Celebration watch face over other options that objectively offer more aesthetic versatility.

Personally, I'm a big fan of the Rolex Celebration dial, but my appreciation for it has less to do with how it affects me on a personal level, like the Green Palm Dial Datejust, and more to do with how un-Rolex it is. Features so much that I'm glad it exists. Generally speaking, Rolex is a very serious brand, taking a highly selective approach to embracing new colours, which sees the historic Swiss manufacturer letting its hair down and leaning into its quirky side, embracing the truly fun and playful. The style is really refreshing. design. To be fair, Rolex has released more and more unexpected models over the past few years, although the Celebration Dial Oyster Perpetual is easily one of the most unusual models in the brand's entire offering. Additionally, instead of buying five different replica luxury watches to get all these bright and punchy colors, collectors can now buy an Oyster Perpetual in a case size of their choice and enjoy it all on one dial Five colors.