Like many Rolex geeks out there, you should also know that many Rolex watches use self-winding movements. Although this does not particularly mean that a traditional winding action does not occur, instead it is simply done automatically. When you wear your Rolex Datejust 41 and just normally spend your day, your watch winds itself; however you can manually wind your Rolex too.
While most of the Rolex watches work or run on automatic movements and therefore they continue to work as long as you keep it on your wrist. Although your watch might run out of power if it is left motionless for a few days. But don’t worry because it’s simple to get it working again.
Let’s take the ‘The Oyster Perpetual Datejust’ as an example because of its simplicity & elegance. The Oyster Perpetual Datejust’s Oyster case, guarantees waterproofness to a depth of 100 meters or 330 feet therefore, it proficiently protects the self-winding mechanical movement, which is entirely manufactured by Rolex. Although, automatic winding might not bother you, but manual winding will. So, read on to equip your mind about ‘how to wind your watch manually!’
You should know that before being wearing your watch for the first time, or before stopping it, your Rolex watch must be wound manually in order for it to work precisely & correctly. To wind your watch manually, first completely unscrew the winding crown, then turn it clockwise numerous times. Also, turning or winding in the other direction will have no effect. Minimum 25 turns will do the trick. This is adequately necessary for partial winding. Your Rolex will now be wounded automatically as long as you keep it on your wrist. Now, lastly, you should carefully screw the crown back down against the case to make sure that your watch remains waterproof.
The Rolex Datejust 41 is an epitome of the modern watch; thanks to it aesthetics and functions, this watch is slowly becoming a classic. The Datejust 41 is an extremely trendy and fashionable watch. The Datejust has been around for decades, and traditionally, it is one of the most recognizable of watches.
The date on the Rolex Datejust 41 is also displayed in a window at 3 o’clock and changes immediately. The Cyclops lens on the crystal, which was invented by Rolex in 1953, magnifies the date for a comfortable & soothing viewing experience.
Have a look below to know more about some ‘special features of the Rolex Datejust 41 watch’ -
The Datejust Style – Elegance Personified
The famous Datejust was launched in 1945, and it was the first self-winding waterproof chronometer wristwatch which displayed the date in a window at 3 o’clock on the dial. Furthermore, it also inculcated all the major innovations that Rolex had made to the modern wristwatches till then.
Why is the Date in the Datejust different?
In the Older models of the Datejust, the date would begin to change hours before the midnight actually occurred. But since 1955, the date-change mechanism was adapted to operate immediately, and the date aperture was modified with a Cyclops lens, which in turn magnified the date for a smooth viewing experience.
The Cyclops Lens – Best in the business
The Cyclops lens was invented by Rolex in 1953. This lens beautifies & enhances the date aperture and magnifies the date display area for easy viewing. The Cyclops Lens is one of the most uniquely distinguishable Rolex features out there.
Datejust 41- The Perfect Watch
Introduced in 2019, the Oyster Perpetual Datejust 41 in a yellow Rolesor version, comes with an olive green, sunray-finish dial with 18 ct yellow gold hands and Roman numerals, the VI set & with 11 diamonds. The light reflections highlight the elegant profile of the 41 mm Oyster case on the case sides and lugs, which is fitted with a fluted bezel. This really makes the Rolex Datejust 41 a perfect watch.
The proportions of the classic Rolex Datejust watches have changed rather drastically and for the better: the lugs are now slimmer, more pointed and curved, which provides your watch more elegance and comfort. Similarly, the reduced thickness of the watch and the width of the bezel, which is now thinner, allows the dial to look larger. This further increases the Datejust’s elegance.
In general, the thickness or width of the Datejust 41 is 11.70 millimeters. The width might increase to 12.7 millimeters if you include the date magnifier.
The ‘Case Thickness’ for most of the watches is 11-12 millimeters, and general width or thickness also known as the ‘Inlet size’ is 21 millimeters. The inlet size denotes the thickness of your Rolex Datejust 41.
The thickness of some of the Rolex Datejust 41 watches are given below-
ROLEX STEEL AND WHITE GOLD DATEJUST 41 WATCH - FLUTED BEZEL - WHITE MOTHER-OF-PEARL DIAMOND DIAL - OYSTER BRACELET-126334
ROLEX STEEL DATEJUST 41 WATCH - SMOOTH BEZEL - BLUE INDEX DIAL - JUBILEE BRACELET-126300
Rolex Steel Datejust 41 Watch - Smooth Bezel - Black Index Dial - Jubilee Bracelet-126300
A Rolex watch is the crown-jewel of watches, and the Rolex Datejust 41 is the king who owns this crown jewel. To know more about ‘How much is a Rolex’ read this.
Prices of the Rolex Datejust 41 varies from 10,000 – 20,000 dollars. The prices of all the Datejust 41 watches depends on the customizations you choose or select. If you decide to wear an 18ct gold plated watch with a diamond bracelet, then it’s bound to cost more. A more straightforward configuration will cost less. But, rest assured all the Rolex Datejust 41 watches are worthy of their prices.
Below, the prices of some of our best-selling watches are given for your reference –
ROLEX STEEL AND WHITE GOLD DATEJUST 41 WATCH - FLUTED BEZEL - WHITE ROMAN DIAL - JUBILEE BRACELET-126334