Editor's note:.With Rolex.still yet to.release a new watch in 2020, and with no release date in sight, we've gone back through the archives to uncover some previous models that still give.us that jolt of excitement. That visceral punch of impact. Perhaps it's the refined twist on Aussie 'green and gold' that makes Day-Date 40 variant from 2016 such a standout? Perhaps it's the way that the.olive and Everose colour scheme dresses the watch ever so slightly down, while clearly being a more 'grown up' version of yellow gold and forest green? It could also be that it still remains a relatively rare spot in the wild. Whatever the case, this is a moment of sheer Rolex genius and I love it not one iota less than when we first laid eyes on it. . . . It's no real surprise that Rolex —.the world's most reputable brand.— is a class act. For me this was proven when I saw the beautiful new green-dialled Day-Date 40 on the first day of this year's Baselworld fair. That class factor was cemented when I discovered the watch was available in stores on the very same day of its release. Not many brands could…

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