The timeless aesthetic of the Rolex Oyster Perpetual sets it apart as a symbol of universal and classic style. The watch embodies form and function, both firmly rooted in the pioneering origins of Rolex. Thanks to our pals at Bobs Watches, we have one of these excellent timepieces up for grabs.
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Built from 904L stainless steel used in the high-technology and aerospace industries, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual maintains its beauty even in the harshest environments. The dial offers effortless readability, characterised by hour markers fashioned from 18 CT gold and the robust three-piece metal bracelet is both comfortable and universally featured throughout the Oyster collection. Equipped with calibre 3132 self-winding mechanical movement, Parachrom hairspring and Paraflex shock absorbers, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual is singularly reliable.
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The giveaway is open until the 6th October 2017. The winner will be chosen at random on the 8th of October and contacted via email.
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