Rolex celebrates the President’s Watch at Starhill Gallery
From March 7 to 20, watch lovers will get a unique opportunity to discover the new Oyster Perpetual Day-Date 40, at Cortina Watch, Starhill Gallery.
Swiss watchmaker Rolex is celebrating its historical prestige and cementing its future success at an exhibition in conjunction with the launch of the new Oyster Perpetual Day-Date 40.
Originally launched in 1956, the Day-Date was revolutionary in terms of design and engineering. It was the first waterproof and self-winding chronometer wristwatch with a modern calendar that showcased a fully-spelt day display, in addition to the date. It also sported the specially designed President bracelet.
Representing a level of class like no other, Rolex’s crowning achievement has been worn by more presidents, leaders and visionaries than any other watch.
The new Day-Date, while paying homage to the look of its historical predecessor, comes with a new-generation mechanical heart—calibre 3255. With 14 patents to its name, calibre 3255 is set to raise the already-high bar for function and quality at Rolex even higher.
The exhibition will run from March 7 to 20, at Cortina Watch, Starhill Gallery, giving watch lovers a unique opportunity to be a part of the past and the future of the “President’s Watch.”
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