Rolex Daytona Rose Gold
Timepieces bearing the Rolex and Daytona trademarks have become synonymous for decades. Unlike today, when most timepieces are put through their paces in high-tech labs, in the 1930s most were tested on the wrists of celebrities. However, Rolex's creator Hans Wilsdorf saw the promotional potential of motorsport and arranged a contract with racing driver Sir Malcolm Campbell. All of Rolex's chronograph movements share one thing in common: exceptional dependability. The simplicity and harmony of the Rolex Daytona's design are unparalleled in the chronograph watch industry. This watch is hard to resist because of its brilliantly designed gold casing and its striking dials, which have contrasting colors across the entire main and subdial layout.