Rolex has many different models, each with a very distinct design. However, the basic structure and layout of a Rolex dial is the same, no matter the model. Every Rolex dial will have the five-point Rolex crown under the 12 o’clock marker and the name “Rolex” listed right below it. Beneath “ROLEX” are (usually) the words “OYSTER PERPETUAL DATE”. These words mean that the Rolex has an automatic movement. Depending on which model you have, the model name will either be located above the hands, or right below. Below the hands or model number, you will sometimes see a depth listed that tells the depth to which the Rolex watch is water-resistant. In most models, the next line will be “Superlative Chronometer” with “Officially Certified” right below it. This shows that the watch has undergone rigorous testing. Rolex submits the most watches to be certified, more than any other watch company in the world.
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You can also purchase “Additional Cost” Rolex Dials that include stones such as diamonds, emeralds, sapphires, rubies, etc. Each dial includes hour markers that can be batons, Arabic numbers, Roman numerals, or diamonds.