Are you looking to invest in a Rolex watch to upgrade your watch collection? Well, like many others, you must be eying on popular solid gold and stainless steel Rolex models.
No doubt, stainless steel Rolex watches enjoy unrivalled universal desirability, followed by gold versions. However, the two-tone versions are nothing less in opulence and glare. And the significant fact to note is that the two-tone is in-sync perfectly with the hottest colour trend of 2021.
You might be aware that the leading source of colour expertise, Pantone Color Institute has picked two colours rather than one as its ‘Color(s) of the Year’ in 2021. These two colours are “Illuminating” and “Ultimate Grey”.
Interestingly, watch aficionados are well familiar to the yellow and grey combination like found on bi-metal watches. Thus, if you choose a stainless steel and yellow or rose gold Rolex watch, it would not only be a classic choice but trendy too.
With this in mind, we have listed down some of the best bi-metal Rolex watches for you that can boost your style and personality, keeping you on-trend. Have a look!
Rolex Datejust II Ref. 126301
Let’s begin with a classic bi-metal Rolex Datejust II Reference 126301. The watch features a 41mm stainless steel case, framed by 18ct Everose gold smooth bezel. What magnifies the luxe of this two-tone Reference 126301 is the sundust dial with diamond hour markers complemented by Everose gold hands.
Classis and elegant, the watch comes with a stainless steel and 18ct Everose gold Oyster bracelet.
Rolex Yacht-Master II Ref. 116681
Bi-metal Rolex watches also come with sportier aesthetics and styles. For instance, the two-tone Yacht-Master II Reference 116681. The rugged stainless steel case and 18ct Everose gold bezel come together with a contrasting blue Ceramic bezel to make one highly appealing Yacht-Master.
This two-tone Yacht-Master is fitted with a bigger 44mm Oyster case and Ring Command bezel with a blue ceramic insert that frames a luminous white dial. What completes the sporty look of the watch is its stainless steel and Everose gold Oyster bracelet.
Rolex Datejust 41 Ref. 126333
Another updated classic bi-metal Rolex watch in this list is the Datejust 41 Reference 126333. This particular model is unique because the 41mm stainless steel and yellow gold case encircles a rare ‘Wimbledon’ dial. It pays homage to the enduring partnership of Rolex with Wimbledon.
However, the stainless steel case is topped with the familiar 18ct yellow gold fluted bezel and fitted with a matching stainless steel and yellow gold bracelet. On the other hand, the grey ‘Wimbledon’ dial features luminous hands, Roman numerals hour markers with a green outline.
This Datejust 41 Reference 126333 is one of the rarest Rolex models. It would be an excellent addition to your watch collection.
Well, Rolex has been producing bi-metal watches for nearly eight decades. The modern iterations featuring a combination of steel and yellow gold or rose gold are far from getting outdated. In fact, the desirability of two-tone Rolex watches has significantly increased in more recent years.
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