Rolex chronograph has some distinctive qualities, these qualities make it an industry legend.
Of course, this status was consolidated after Daytona’s advent, which became the beloved of many racers, from Paul Newman to Tom Christensen.
However, until now, other chronographs have established as a solid foundation for fame, such as Ref. 3668.
Ref.3668 is rolex uk first chronographs with an oyster case and a screw-in crown, making it so desirable.
In 1939, Rolex introduced Ref.3481 chronograph, Ref.3668 came out immediately. Ref.3668 is slightly larger than Ref.3481, but by modern standards the 35mm diameter is still modest and even petite.
This Oyster chronograph watch features a Cal. 13 “’23 VZ nickel-plated movement by Valjoux featuring a column wheel with central hour and minute second hand (9 o’clock position), central chronograph second hand and 30-minute cumulative chronograph 3 o’clock position) display function.
Rolex Ref.3668 Oyster Chronograph watch
After a time of baptism, rose / salmon dial to obtain a charming luster, against the backdrop of blue steel pointer is particularly conspicuous.
Combined with gold crown and bezel, the overall appearance is amazing.
Watch dial provides a wealth of information, although the decorative speed scale and distance measurement scale, can still ensure clear and legible.
Considering the watch is relatively small diameter, the layout is very successful.
One of the flagship design style is casual business style, that is, not over-dressed.
Yet yet exquisite style, show the luxury, quality of life attitude.
Replica watches with 39 mm stainless steel case, the dial has a second time zone indicator plate and the name of the world city.
The wearer only need to be the corresponding location, the second time zone instructions can then jump, very convenient.
In this regard, a clearly marked hourglass bezel also helps, unlike the Oyster chronograph watch bezel we know today。
But undoubtedly adds a touch of charm to the Ref. 3668 and makes the chronograph more popular with collectors Welcome.