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Rolex’s 3230 and 3235 Movements — The New Standard in Watchmaking

y now you must have heard the news as it travels at light speed, circumnavigating the globe — a globe which incidentally the brand has dominated as the inimitable, unassailable king of the watch world for over one century. Yes, Rolex has launched an all-new family of the watch that it is arguably best known for — the incredible Submariner. The updated Rolex collection consists of a no-date Submariner in Oystersteel with black dial and black Cerachrom ceramic bezel insert, while the Submariner Date watches are issued in Rolesor (their version of steel and yellow gold) with royal blue dial and blue Cerachrom bezel insert, in Oystersteel with black dial and green Cerachrom bezel insert (a configuration known in collectors’ parlance as “The Kermit”) and in white gold with black dial and blue Cerachrom bezel insert. It is possible that we will see gem-set versions with sapphires and diamonds, as has been the practice in the last decade. But what is equally important is that the new 41mm-diameter Submariner family now extends the revamping

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