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Introducing Rolex’s latest timepieces: New 2024 watches unveiled


Introducing Rolex’s latest timepieces: New 2024 watches unveiled
With Rolex's watch release for 2024, iconic models are refreshed.

The brand’s latest timepieces feature new and unique combinations of materials, colours and textures.

“The 2024 models illustrate a desire to constantly reawaken watchmaking emotions, while demonstrating uncompromising quality down to the smallest detail,” Rolex says.

Discover the new releases below.


What’s new: Rolex has introduced two new Oystersteel versions of the Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master II. Both feature a 24-hour graduated two-colour Cerachrom bezel insert in grey and black ceramic – introduced last year – whose graduation is clearly visible thanks to its platinum coating, applied via PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition). The first watch is fitted with an Oyster bracelet, while the second sports a Jubilee bracelet.

About GMT-Master II: First unveiled in 1982, the GMT-Master II was designed as a navigation aid for professionals criss-crossing the globe and boasts superior technical performance.


What’s new: New versions of the Oyster Perpetual Day-Date 40 and the Oyster Perpetual Day-Date 36 showcase finely worked dials. From ombré colouring to deconstructed Roman numerals, the features of the new versions of the Day-Date express the brand’s enduring desire for rare and wide-ranging expertise to be found in even the smallest details.

About Day-Date: At its launch in 1956, the Day-Date was a major innovation, becoming the first calendar wristwatch to indicate, in addition to the date, the day of the week spelt out in full in an arc-shaped window at 12 o’clock on the dial.


What’s new: The elegant, classic style of the Perpetual 1908 is now available in 950 platinum with an ice-blue dial, with a raised pattern that allows light to reflect in a variety of ways with each movement of the wrist.

About 1908: Launched in 2023, the 1908 is inspired by one of the first Rolex watches fitted with the Perpetual rotor.


What’s new: The first Rolex deep-sea divers’ watch in 18 ct yellow gold, the new Oyster Perpetual Rolex Deepsea is decked in blue and features an as-yet-unseen combination of materials.

About Rolex Deepsea: Launched in 2008, the watch meets the exacting requirements of professional divers – it’s guaranteed waterproof to a depth of 3,900 metres and can withstand pressure exerted at this extreme depth.


What’s new: Two new precious and exclusive versions of the Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona have been unveiled – the first version, fitted on an Oysterflex bracelet, features a dial in white mother-of-pearl with chronograph counters in black mother-of-pearl. The colour combination is reversed on the second watch, which has an Oyster bracelet and a black mother-of-pearl dial with white mother-of-pearl counters.

About Cosmograph Daytona: Launched in 1963, the Cosmograph Daytona was designed to meet the needs of professional racing drivers. Fitted with a tachymetric bezel and a high-performance mechanical movement, this now legendary chronograph is the instrument of choice for measuring time intervals and determining average speeds.


What’s new: The ultimate traveller’s companion, the Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller in 18 ct Everose or yellow gold is now available with a Jubilee bracelet. 

About Sky-Dweller: An elegant watch for frequent travellers, the Sky-Dweller displays the time in two time zones simultaneously and has an annual calendar.


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