Rolex 2023 novelties

Rolex continuously pursuits excellence and it demonstrates it with the latest creations presented at Watches & Wonders.

The new models represent the Brand’s ambition to perfect every component, question every method, and master every aspect of watchmaking expertise.

These timepieces embedded the desire to reinvent while preserving a sense of continuity, to innovate while being mindful of tradition, and to leverage technology in daring to create.



The Cosmograph Daytona is one of the most iconic Rolex watch. To mark its 60th anniversary, Rolex renovated the entire collection, to offer even a greater visual harmony and a more modern demeanour.

This restyled version is also equipped with a new calibre 4131 that features a new aesthetic for the brand: the Rolex Côtes de Genève decoration and a cut-out oscillating weight.

On the version in 950 platinum, the oscillating weight is made from 18 ct yellow gold and is visible to the wearer through the transparent case back– a first for the Oyster Perpetual collection.




The Perpetual 1908 inherited the Brand’s comprehensive in-house expertise and unwavering commitment to excellence.

Elegant, classic and decidedly contemporary, its name is a reference to the date the ‘Rolex’ trademark was officially registered in Switzerland.

A classic watch that raises the art of watchmaking to new heights, the 1908 carves out a place for itself as a Rolex imbued with traditional spirit yet exuding modernity.




Light and robust, the new Yacht-Master 42, in RLX titanium, is the ally of those seeking freedom of movement. Especially suited to the demands and pressures of competitive sailing, it puts watchmaking excellence at the service of sporting performance.




The GMT-Master II is available this year in two new versions – yellow Rolesor and 18 ct yellow gold – with a Cerachrom bezel insert in grey and black ceramic, an entirely new colour combination.




With its two time zones and its annual Saros calendar, the Sky-Dweller is an elegant and trusted companion for world travellers. The range has been updated with numerous enhancements. At aesthetical level the 18ct white gold version has been reintroduced, while at technical level, we find a new caliber that incorporates the Chronergy escapement and a new oscillating weight with optimized ball bearing for heightened performance.




The Explorer range is expanded with the arrival of a new, 40 mm model. Offering enhanced legibility, this timepiece carries all the qualities that have made the Explorer – one of the brand’s first Professional watches – a reference throughout the decades.




The Oyster Perpetual collection is renovated with the introduction of new lacquered dial that reunite the five hues introduced to the range in 2020.

The dial decoration requires the utmost precision at every stage to create a marvel of colour.




The new Day-Date 36 welcomes dials made of decorative stone in shimmering tones that evoke the atmosphere of the Mediterranean coast. Green aventurine, carnelian and turquoise are paired with watches in 18 ct Everose, yellow and white gold respectively. The association with these extraordinary stones, gems and precious materials reveals the uniqueness and elegance of this model and the brand’s perfect mastery of the gem-setting art.