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Rolex 18K Everose Cellini Dual Time Ref: 50525


Pre-Owned Rolex 39mm Cellini Dual Time in Everrose Gold, Chocolate Dial, Genuine Leather Rolex Strap, Ref. 50525

The Cellini Dual Time is in the style of a dress watch but maintains Rolex DNA.  The case has the familiar shape, but with thiner lugs.  The bezel features a double-step with a coin profile and a high-rounded shape on the top. It looks and feels dressier.  The Cellini also feels dressier when worn.  At 39mm wide, it feels perfectly balanced with the 11mm width.  The domed caseback makes it lay comfortably on the wrist.  Not to be over-whelmed by the case and bezel, the dial includes a subtle design pattern that is beautiful to see, although not so easy to photograph.  This is a watch to try on.  The long and thin indexes with gold sword hands complete the look.  As the name implies, the Cellini Dual Time has a second time zone in the sub-dial, along with a day-night indicator to avoid those awkward phone calls in the middle of the night when traveling.  This is driven by the reliable caliber 3132.  Did we mention that it is 18K gold?


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18K Rose Gold

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Day/Night Indicator, Dual Time Zone


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Item ID0004422
Model #50525
Model NameCellini Dual Time
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