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    Datejust two-tone

    I’m thinking of buying a two-tone DJ. Jubilee bracelet but torn on new or vintage, 36 or 41, and dial type. Any suggestions???

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    I would and will go for the vintage!!!

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    The 36mm is classic. Mine is from the mid '90s reference 16234. For 2-tone, the refernce number is 16233. You do save a bunch going with a well cared for pre-owned mid '90s DateJust.
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    Love the look of the vintage but the new bracelet is just leagues and leagues ahead.

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    Re: Datejust two-tone

    Quote Originally Posted by 41Mets View Post
    Love the look of the vintage but the new bracelet is just leagues and leagues ahead.

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    True, true, and true!!!

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    Thanks everyone. Beautiful watch UU5512!
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    41 has a great wrist presence. 36 is classic.

    If Rolex history isn’t your interest, go 41.

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    36 is the classic size you’ll never get sick of. Would say new unles you’ve owned older rolexes and like them. I have, and once you get used to the bank vault feel of a 6-digit you cant truly enjoy the old ones anymore (this doesn’t include older members who bought older models new, as a younger member who only started getting into watches with the new models the old ones just feel cheap and get sold quickly)


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    Go new DJ 42, that watch rocks.

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    New 36mm would be my choice. I never felt as it was small though if you’ve got a larger wrist than my 6.75” you may want to go 42mm.

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