Rolex Cellini Dual Time

April 15, 2016

Rolex's Cellini models are outliers when compared to the rest of their models. They don't use Oyster cases or metal bracelets, which sets them apart from the Oyster models the watchmaker is primarily known for. 
photo of Rolex Cellini Dual Time
Rolex Cellini Dual Time (photo: Rolex)
The design of the Cellini Time, shown above in 18 karat white gold with a black alligator leather strap, is clean and sophisticated. The case measures 39 mm in diameter and features a double bezel that is both domed and fluted with a guilloche dial. Cellini models only come in 18 karat white, yellow or rose gold with gold appliqué hour markers.

The Cellini Time has a gold-rimmed sub-dial at the 6 o'clock position that can be programed to tell the time of a different time zone. The sub-dial has an aperture at the 9 o'clock position that shows a sun in the am hours and a moon in the pm hours. The hour and minute hands are shaped like swords and the hour markers are bisected by the minute scale. 

The large, round case and refined features position this timepiece among the more modern luxury wristwatches meant only to adorn the wrist and tell the time. With a depth rating of a mere 50 meters, this is not a sports watch by any stretch of the imagination. It is, however, a unique and elegant addition to Rolex's product offering.

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