Rolex Datejust II 116300 41mm Black Dial (2009), Perpetual Mechanical Self-Winding Movement, Stainless Steel Oyster Case, Water Resistance 100 m. Known for their timeless aesthetics, Rolex Datejust II watches are made to last. In 2009, Rolex released the Datejust II 116300 wristwatch. Rolex stopped making the wristwatch in 2017.
To ensure superior quality, Rolex Datejust II watches are assembled by hand in Switzerland with the greatest care. Rolex Datejust II 116300 watch case is Stainless Steel: Oystersteel is used to make Rolex's stainless steel watch Oyster casings. Oystersteel is a steel developed by the brand, belonging to the 904L family. Oystersteel has an extraordinary resistance, a superb finish once polished, and keeps its beauty despite the harshest environments. Rolex is able to cast high-quality alloys because it owns and maintains its own foundry.
The unique Rolex Oyster case ensures a Rolex Datejust II 116300's water resistance to 100 Meters (330ft). In addition to being manufactured in-house by Rolex, Oyster cases are stringently controlled for waterproofness. The Rolex Datejust II 116300 has a water-resistant Twinlock crown. The screw-down winding crown is perfectly water-resistant with the Twinlock technology, due to two sealed zones, one inside the tube and the other inside the crown.
Dials from Rolex are made from only the purest metals and are meticulously inspected using state-of-the-art equipment and a careful attention to detail in a laboratory at the company's headquarters. When it comes to Rolex Datejust II 116300 dials, the finish is a predominant factor in achieving pure metallic colors, such as Black shades on the dial. In addition to having outstanding legibility under any circumstances, the Rolex Rolex Datejust II 116300 stands out at night attributable to its Chromalight dial. A scratch-resistant Sapphire domed glass is used in the Rolex Datejust II. The factory is where Rolex's commitment to quality begins. Rolex maintains rigorous standards that limit production capacity, and demand for Datejust II watches can sometimes outstrip supply.
|Model||Rolex Datejust II 116300-0001|
|Case Diameter||41 mm Round|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel|
|Water Resistance||100 m|
|Dial||Black , Stick / Dot Indexes|
|Calibre||Rolex caliber 3136|
|Power Reserve||48 Hours|
|Calibre Diameter||28.50 mm|
Gaskets for Rolex Datejust II 116300 models are constructed of fluoropolymer synthetic rubber. Corrosion, cold, heat, and chemicals aren't a problem for this material. The Rolex Datejust II 116300 is more protected against water with a threaded Oyster casing. The case back and the crown tube are two watch elements that are fastened into the central case. The waterproofness rises as the Oyster casing compresses the rubber seals. Rolex Datejust II 116300 timepieces are water-resistant to the pressure of water. Its screw-down crown and case give up to 100 metres of water resistance. Around the threaded Twinlock crown, a second gasket ensures higher water resistance. A Triplelock is used on Rolex Submariner and Sea Dweller to provide advanced water resistance.
Stainless Steel 904L, Rolex's Oyster Steel: Corrosion is greatly aided by salted seawater. Rolex use materials that a highly rust resistant to protect the timekeeper movement. Oystersteel is a corrosion-resistant grade 904L stainless steel produced by NASA. Rolex gaskets are made of fluoropolymers, which are carbon and fluorine-based polymers. A fluoropolymer has good heat resistance, does not absorb water, and is basically unaffected by ultraviolet radiation. This site has an article about how much does a Rolex cost.
Is it still worth saving a little bit on the price in Dubai Duty-Free? Customs declarations and import taxes are required for Rolex timekeepers. If you have a duty-free exemption, you will not have to pay the applicable duty on goods you brought into the United States. There is an exemption limit of $800 per person, so Rolex Datejust II 116300 are not covered.
It does not mean that your timekeeper will be seized if you go over your US customs limits, but you will have to pay duty on anything above the limits. It is your responsibility to declare watches you purchase overseas. Whatever they are, whether they are from airport duty-free shops, Rolex boutique, or a gift, it makes no difference.
Imported models are also subject to state and local taxes. If you avoid US Customs duty, you could be criminally prosecuted. You could end up having your model taken away if you are caught by Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
You shouldn't buy a model abroad, it's not worth the hassle. Long-term, building a relationship with a local AD is more beneficial. A reputable retailer in your country may have pre-owned or discontinued Rolex Datejust II 116300 models for a lower price. Also on our website is an article about Datejust Rolex waterproof.
It is expensive to buy a Rolex Datejust II 116300 watch because they are a status symbol. It would be pointless if anybody could buy a Rolex Datejust II 116300 at an affordable price, Rolex Datejust II 116300 would simply become a wristwatch and maybe not the best wristwatch in the world. Your Rolex Datejust II 116300 value may increase over time. However, there is no exact way for knowing whether a particular Rolex Datejust II 116300 timekeeper will go up or down. When Rolex Datejust II 116300 watches acquire sought-after status, they could become more costly.
Rolex Datejust II 116300 isn't a model. You become a lifetime member of an exclusive club. Rolex Datejust II 116300 is that valuable, which is why they must be so costly. As disguised status symbols, Rolexes are high-end timepieces. Let's face it, Rolex Datejust II 116300 wristwatches aren't the most accurate or water-resistant on the market.
The Rolex Datejust II 116300 timekeeper is a quality wristwatch and can be a family heirloom. There is a high demand for it, and a short supply, so it can even be an investment. Values tend to hold rather well for them. It is reported that Rolex Datejust II 116300 spent a lot of money on in-house research and development that goes into crafting and designing its watches. Switzerland is a very expensive country to manufacture and assemble movement designs. There are no Rolex Datejust II 116300 timepieces manufactured in China.
Its in-house movements are dependable, but they aren't the most appealing among Swiss Made models.
Owning a Rolex Datejust II 116300 timepiece gives you universal social recognition, making it the most famous watch brand in the world. When you buy a Rolex Datejust II 116300, you are buying this universal social symbol of luxury and wealth. Owning a genuine Rolex Datejust II 116300 watch is like having a permanent gold membership at an exclusive private club. The elite circle allows you to compare your Rolexes with your fellow members. Visitors can read an article about Rolex waterproof here if you're a Rolex fan.