Note: Daytona, Datejust, Day-Date, Yatchmaster, and Cellini all had multiple new models released.
Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona
Equipped with the 4130 movement, this watch carries many of the same traits as other Daytona watches. Interesting feature? Probably the ceramic bezel. Link to the watch on Rolex's website here.
One of the biggest changes, Rolex has re-introduced the Air King into their collection! While it still carries similar characteristics, they have added the numbers 5, 10, 20, etc. onto the dial in addition to the 3, 6, and 9. Link
A new Datejust 41, with the new Rolex calibre 3235 and an updated design. Rolex's website will have all the info I can't go into here. If I did try to put all the info into this post, it might take hours to read. Link
Carrying the calibre 3255 movement, I don't know how I feel about the green dial mixed with the gold. A bit of an odd combination. Link
Probably my favorite of Rolex's new watches (not necessarily the one pictured above, I'm pretty indifferent about that one. Link
The Explorer is updated from past versions, looking better than ever. For example, it now has a Chromalight display. Link
A number of new Cellinis as well, no major changes here that I'm aware of. Link
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