As we all know, the design style of Rolex is relatively conservative nowadays. Even if there are changes, they are primarily slight adjustments in the classic Rolex frame. After all, most people adopt this set. The design style of Rolex in the past was more creative—this Rolex Day-Date ‘Tridor’ ref. 18239BIC is a good example. They used three different colors of gold in this watch. Swiss clone watches.
This is a rare variant in the Day-Date series, produced starting in 1980 and lasting only two generations. This 36mm diameter DD is mainly made of white gold, with a gold fluted bezel and a white gold presidential bracelet. The metallic blue dial has diamond hour markers, and you can even see a hint of patina. The most memorable part is the central link, made of solid rose, yellow, and white gold, forming a unique three-gold aesthetic in the center of the bracelet. Replica watches.
This design method that coexists innovation and exquisiteness is worth learning from Rolex today. Like the exotic Paul Newman Daytona, it wasn’t Rolex’s best-selling watch when it was first launched. However, as fewer and fewer people buy these variants, their numbers dwindle, causing similar styles to become rare, and their market value increases as public preferences change.
We look forward to new markets for this unique Date in the future.
WatchBox has this rare Rolex Day-Date 18239BIC currently selling for $23,500
Case Size: 36mm
Band Color: Silver-tone
Case Color: Silver-tone
Band Width: 20mm