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Rolex lug-to-lug size guide [list of top models].

When talking about watch sizes, we normally only talk about diameter and sometimes also the thickness. But the thing is that there are a lot of different aspects that affect how a watch wears on the wrist. And oftentimes, only looking at the diameter of a watch doesn’t give an accurate idea of its actual size and how it feels on the wrist.

Something that should also be taken into consideration as it has a large effect on how the watch sits on your wrist is the lug-to-lug measurement. In this article, we will talk a little bit about why lug-to-lug is important when determining the size, and also list the lug-to-lug of some of the most popular Rolex watches

What is lug-to-lug?

The lug-to-lug is the distance between the top top of the lug and the very bottom, as seen in the photo below. It is often confused with lug width, but this is the distance between the lugs, where the strap or bracelet is attached. These are not the same thing.

As demonstrated below:

rolex yacht master 37mm lug to lug

Why lug-to-lug matters

There are some general guidelines for how big your watch should be on the wrist. Anyone is of course welcome to wear how large or small a watch they would like, but these guidelines are meant to help people choose a watch that sits perfectly on the wrist and doesn’t look awkward in any way.

One of the key rules of thumb is that the lugs of a watch should never protrude from your wrist. If the lugs protrude from the wrist, they almost always tend to look too big and awkward.

With this said, the diameter is important, but lug-to-lug is something that should not be neglected.

Rolex lug-to-lug

Now that you know the lug-to-lug is important for getting a better idea of how a watch sits on the wrist, how do you find it?

Interestingly enough, many brands, including Rolex, do not provide the lug-to-lug measurements in their product specifications. This is something we have scratched our heads many times about, and it is actually quite strange that Rolex and most other brands do not share the lug-to-lug measurements when it is actually such an important piece of information.

But don’t worry, because Rolex doesn’t share this information, we have created a list of some of the most common and most popular Rolex watches and their lug-to-lug measurements.

It is worth keeping in mind that because these are not official measurements, you do not get the same ”consistency” as measurements may vary depending on how they are measured, what has been used when measuring, etc. At the same time, we all know that Rolex’s watch dimensions in reality aren’t always what the specifications say on paper anyway. But they will work as indicative, even if they are not accurate down to 1/100th of a millimeter. So whilst different sources may vary by a few 0. mm, it is close enough to give an indicative idea.

Before you buy a watch, you want to make sure that you have carefully researched every single aspect, especially if it is a Rolex watch for thousands of dollars. You have thickness and you know the diameter. Together with the lug-to-lug, you have a pretty good idea of whether the watch is for you. Keep in mind, however, that things like case shape, bracelet, etc. are also things that do affect how a watch sits on the wrist.

Rolex models lug-to-lug list:

Rolex submariner & sea-dweller lug-to-lug:.

  • Rolex Submariner 16800: 40mm, 47.8mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 16610: 40mm, 47.5 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 14060: 40mm, 47.5 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 16613: 40mm, 47.5 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 16618: 40mm, 47.5 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 116610LN: 40mm, 47,6 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 114060: 40mm, 47,6 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 116613LB: 40mm, 47,6 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 116618LN: 40mm, 47,6 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 116618LB: 48mm, 47,6 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 116618LB: 40mm, 47,6 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 116619LB: 40mm, 47,6 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 116610LV: 40mm, 47,6 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 126610LN: 41mm, 47,6 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 124060: 41mm, 47,6 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 126613LB: 41mm, 47,6 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 126618LN: 41mm, 47,6 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 126618LB: 41mm, 47,6 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 126619LB: 41mm, 47,6 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Submariner 126610LV: 41mm, 47,6 mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller 116660: 44mm, 53mm Lug-to-Lug
  • Rolex Sea-Dweller 126600: 43mm, 50.1mm Lug-to-lug

Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Lug-to-lug:

  • Rolex Daytona 116528: 40mm, 46.5mm Lug-to-Lug
  • Rolex Daytona 116500LN: 40mm, 46.5mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Daytona 116505: 40mm, 47.7mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Daytona 116515LN: 40mm 47.5mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Daytona 116518LN: 40mm 47.5mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Daytona 116519LN: 40mm 47.5mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Daytona 16520: 40mm, 47mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Daytona 116508: 40mm, 46.5mm Lug-to-lug

Rolex Yacht-Master Lug-to-lug

  • Rolex Yacht-Master 116622: 40mm, 47.3mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Yacht-Master 126622: 40mm, 47.3mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Yacht-Master 16623: 40mm, 48mm Lug-to-Lug
  • Rolex Yacht-Master II 116680: 44mm, 51mm Lug-to-Lug
  • Rolex Yacht-Master 16622: 40mm, 47.1mm Lug-to-lug

Rolex Datejust Lug-to-lug:

  • Rolex Datejust 36 116234: 36mm, 44.2mm Lug to lug
  • Rolex Datejust 36 116200: 36mm, 44.2mm Lug to lug
  • Rolex Datejust 36 116233: 36mm, 44.2mm Lug to lug
  • Rolex Datejust II 116334: 41mm, 51mm Lug-to-Lug
  • Rolex Datejust 41 126334: 41mm, 47.5mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Datejust 41 126331: 41mm, 47.5mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Datejust 41 126333: 41mm, 47.5mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Datejust 41 126300: 41mm, 47.5mm Lug-to-lug

Rolex President Day-Date Lug-to-lug:

  • Rolex Day-Date 36 128348: 36mm, 43.4mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Day-Date 36 128238: 36mm, 43.4mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Day-Date 40 228235: 40mm, 47.3mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Day-Date 40 228238: 40mm, 47.3mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Day-Date 40 228239: 40mm, 47.3mm Lug-to-lug

Rolex GMT-Master Lug-to-lug:

  • Rolex GMT-Master II 126710BLNR: 40mm, 48mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex GMT-Master II 126710BLRO: 40mm, 48mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex GMT-Master II 16713: 40mm, 47.5mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex GMT-Master II 16710: 40mm, 47.5mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex GMT-Master II 16718: 40mm, 47.5mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex GMT-Master II 116710BLNR: 40mm, 48mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex GMT-Master II 116710LN: 40mm, 48mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex GMT-Master II 126719BLRO: 40mm, 48mm Lug-to-lug

Rolex Sky-Dweller Lug-to-lug

  • Rolex Sky-Dweller 326933: 42mm, 50mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Sky-Dweller 326935: 42mm, 50mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Sky-Dweller 326938: 42mm, 50mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Sky-Dweller 326235: 42mm, 50.5mm Lug-to-lug

Rolex Explorer Lug-to-lug:

  • Rolex Explorer II 216570: 42mm, 51mm Lug-to-Lug
  • Rolex Explorer 214270: 39mm, 47.4mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Explorer II 16570: 40mm, 47mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Explorer 114270: 36MM, 44.2mm lug-to-lug

Rolex Oyster Perpetual Lug-to-lug

  • Rolex Oyster Perpetual 114200: 34mm, 41.7mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Oyster Perpetual 116000: 36mm, 44.1mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Oyster Perpetual 114300: 39mm, 47.5mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Oyster Perpetual 116034, 36mm, 44.1mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Oyster Perpetual 124300, 41mm, 47.3mm Lug-to-lug

Rolex Milgauss Lug-to-lug:

  • Rolex Milgauss 116400: 40mm, 49mm Lug-to-lug
  • Rolex Milgauss 116400GV: 40mm, 49mm Lug-to-lug

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Rolex Watch Case Size

Rolex yacht-master

Rolex Sizing Guide: Find The Right Size For Your Wrist

There are a lot of factors that people consider when buying a watch – the dial, the hands, the type of bracelet, the style of the bezel. However, one thing that often tends to be an afterthought is the size of the watch itself, and this is arguably one of the most important things to consider when shopping for a  Rolex watch . Despite the familiar, iconic aesthetic enduring from one generation of watches to the next, Rolex has made minor revisions and enhancements to the cases over the years, so even two models with the same case diameter may wear differently on the wrist.

Just like clothes, it is important that your watch fits you correctly. This doesn’t just mean that the strap or bracelet needs to fit around your wrist; the actual size of the watch itself can have a significant impact on the overall wearing experience. Although personal preference will always be paramount, finding the right size watch for your wrist will go a long way towards guaranteeing a happy ownership experience.

Rolex Submariner

How To Size Your Rolex Correctly

When finding the right size Rolex for your wrist, there are many important measurements and proportions to consider other than the actual case size of the watch itself. Two watches with identical case diameters can wear significantly different should they have different thickness or lug-to-lug measurements. Additionally, various protrusions from the case such as winding crowns, chronograph pushers, lugs, and crown-guards can also drastically alter the overall wearing experience and should be taken into account whenever you are purchasing a new watch.

Similarly, in addition to the strap or bracelet fitting properly around your wrist, the width of the strap can also have a significant impact on the overall wearing appearance. Furthermore, the amount of taper in the strap or bracelet is also highly important. A bracelet with a steep taper will wear quite a bit smaller than one that maintains the same width the entire way across. At the end of the day, the absolute best way to find the right watch for your wrist is to try them on in person, but keeping these factors in mind will significantly help narrow down your search.

rolex case sizes

How To Measure a Rolex

First, you should be aware of the industry norms. The diameter of a watch is its external width across its horizontal axis (from 9 o’clock to 3 o’clock), The vast majority of diameters are listed without taking into account the protrusion of the crown or crown guards. That means the “case size” number listed is almost always the diameter of the case, but not the amount of real estate that will be taken up by the watch once it is on your wrist.

Typically, watch measurements are taken with a Vernier tool (a pair of measuring calipers), and expressed in millimeters. The given case diameter measurement of a watch can often be a bit misleading due to the multitude of other factors and dimensions that have an equally important impact on the overall wearing experience. Additionally, it is also worth noting that square or rectangular watches will often wear larger than their case diameters might otherwise indicate, since the diameter applies across the entire watch, rather than just at its widest point (like with a watch that has a circular case).

Case Size (Rolex Width)

When you see a case size listed for a Rolex watch, this measurement typically corresponds to its diameter, which could be considered the width of the watch. Since most Rolex watches feature round cases, the diameter is often representative of the widest point of the case (excluding the lugs or winding crown).

Despite this case diameter being the go-to measurement for watches, this can often be a bit misleading since it is only representative of the width across a watch at a single point. The shape of the case, along with all its various protrusions such as the winding crown, lugs, crown-guards, and chronograph pushers can all drastically alter the overall wearing experience of a watch. For example, the Rolex Submariner ref. 116610 has the same 40mm case diameter as its predecessor (ref. 16610); however, it appears significantly larger due to its thicker lugs and crown guards.

Case Thickness (Rolex Height)

When we talk about the “height” of a watch, we are talking about how thick it is, or how tall it will stand up on your wrist. This measurement often gets overshadowed by case diameter, but the thickness or height of a watch can sometimes be the difference between one model being a perfect fit and the other being almost unwearable. With the exception of purpose-built tool watches like the Yacht-Master II and Deepsea, most Rolex models are reasonably thin, but it is still important to keep this dimension in mind when searching for the right model for your wrist.

Additionally, the type of watch can also have a significant impact on how thick it can be. Typically, dress watches wear better if they are thin and can easily slip under a shirt cuff. Conversely, a professional dive watch can actually benefit from being slightly thicker due to a taller bezel design offering more room to grip on the side of the bezel. However, your wrist size and shape are always going to be the greatest determining factors in terms of how thick of a watch you can comfortably wear.

Case Lug-to-Lug (Rolex Length)

Although the term “length” is not often used to describe the lug-to-lug measurement, it is an appropriate one in this context. This measurement has nothing to do with the distance between the lugs (also known as lug-width) – this will denote the width of the strap or bracelet that your watch requires. Instead the lug-to-lug measurement corresponds to the distance from the tip of one lug to the tip of its opposite equal. This “length” is very important because it can vastly impact the overall wearability of a watch – arguably more than the actual case-diameter of the watch itself.

For the vast majority of wristwatches, the lugs stick out from either side of the case (on the top and bottom). While the case diameter represents the size of the case itself, it does not include how far the lugs stick out beyond that, and it is this lug-to-lug measurement that is often the most accurate representation of the overall perceived size of a watch once it is on your wrist. A watch may have a very manageable case diameter, but if its lugs stick out far beyond the edges of its case, its lug-to-lug measurement may ultimately make it difficult to wear on smaller wrists.

Other Rolex Measurements to Consider

Beyond the case diameter, thickness, and lug-to-lug measurements of a watch, there are also a few other dimensions and proportions that can significantly impact the overall perceived size of a watch. While you will not often see these numbers listed on Rolex watch specifications sheets, they are still important to keep in mind when shopping for a Rolex, as they can dramatically impact the overall wearing experience of a given model.

Lug Dimensions and Shape

Despite playing a major role in the overall look and feel of a watch, rarely will you ever see any measurements listed in regards to the actual lugs themselves. Lug-to-lug measurements are sometimes listed; but most luxury watch brands (including Rolex) never include these measurements on their website.

Most Rolex watches feature very standard lugs, so their dimensions are less of a consideration when trying to figure out which size of Rolex you should get. However, the actual shape of the lugs and their size in proportion to the rest of the case can have a noticeable impact on the overall wearing experience of a watch. For example, the Rolex Submariner ref. 124060 features a 41mm case, while its predecessor (ref. 114060) features a 40mm case. However, since the lugs of the ref. 114060 Submariner are slightly thicker than those of the ref. 124060, the two watches actually feel incredibly similar on the wrist, despite their different case sizes.

Bezel Sizes and Proportions

Bezel sizes are rarely ever listed for watches, but the size of the bezel – and more importantly, the style of it and its size relative to the rest of the watch – can drastically alter the overall wearing experience. Since case diameters are typically the measurement most often used to describe the “size” of a watch, the size and style of the bezel is another aspect of a watch’s proportions that frequently gets overlooked.

A perfect example of this are the two vintage Rolex Daytona watches from the final series of the first generation. Both ref. 6263 and ref. 6265 Daytona watches feature cases with identical proportions; however the black acrylic bezel found on the reference 6263 is ever so slightly wider than the steel bezel of the reference 6265 and does not slope downwards towards the edges, so the ref. 6263 has a noticeably larger presence on the wrist.

Crystal Sizes

Beyond bezel and lug proportions, the crystal size of a Rolex is another factor that can significantly alter its overall look and feel on your wrist. Just like with the bezel and lugs, the proportions of the crystal relative to the case size can influence the overall wearing experience of a watch. Generally speaking, the bigger the crystal is relative to the overall case size of the watch, the larger the watch itself will feel on your wrist, because a greater percentage of its overall size is allocated to its display.

For example, both the Rolex Submariner 126610LV and the Rolex Datejust 126333 have official case diameters of 41mm. With that in mind, the crystal found on the Datejust 41 is quite a bit larger than the one on the Submariner, so the Datejust will likely feel a bit larger on the wrist, regardless of the fact that the two watches actually have the exact same outer case diameters.

Bracelets and Straps Sizes

Just like everything else, the strap or bracelet fitted to your Rolex can have a significant impact on its overall perceived size. Both the style of the strap or bracelet, along with other factors such as its width and the amount of taper it has can drastically alter the way that the watch wears on your wrist. Typically, the wider the strap, the larger it will feel on your wrist, but a steep taper can often offset a wide measurement at the lugs, simply because the width at the clasp is smaller.

Additionally, the style of the strap or bracelet itself can frequently have an impact on size. Bracelet styles with a wider link design, such as Rolex’s Oyster Bracelet can sometimes seem larger on the wrist than a bracelet with a more delicate link design like the Jubilee. The two bracelets may have identical outer proportions, but the style of the individual links can influence the way that the bracelet wears on your wrist.

Once you get outside the realm of Rolex bracelets, straps can have an even larger impact on the overall wearing experience of your watch. A classic two-piece leather strap typically results in a watch wearing rather small (hence why it is the go-to option for dress watches with their elegant designs). However, something like a NATO strap will often cause a watch to wear larger due to the extra bulk of the fabric and the way it causes the watch to stand up further off your wrist.

rolex daytona sizes

Size of Every Rolex Watch (current models)

Over the years, Rolex has produced watches with a number of different case sizes. Additionally, certain watches like the Submariner and Explorer II have steadily grown in size over the years, as consumer preferences call for increasingly larger watches.

Below are all of the different collections of Rolex watches and the various case sizes that are currently available for each one:

Datejust  – 31mm; 36mm; 41mm

Date  – 34mm

Oyster Perpetual  – 28mm; 31mm; 34mm; 36mm; 41mm

Sky-Dweller  – 42mm

Day-Date  – 36mm; 40mm

Lady-Datejust  – 28mm

Pearlmaster  – 34mm; 39mm

Cellini  – 39mm

Submariner  – 41mm

Daytona  – 40mm

Sea-Dweller  – 43mm

Deepsea  – 44mm

GMT-Master II  – 40mm

Yacht-Master  – 37mm; 40mm; 42mm

Yacht-Master II  – 44mm

Explorer  – 39mm

Explorer II  – 42mm

Milgauss  – 40mm

Air-King  – 40mm

* Includes current-production models only

How to Size Rolex Watches

Rolex Sport Watch Sizes

The largest watches in Rolex’s catalog can be found among its various sports models. At the present time, the largest Rolex watches available are the Deepsea Sea-Dweller and the Yacht-Master II, both with official case diameter measurements of 44mm. Despite being built for very different purposes, both models are purpose-built tool watches designed from the ground up to thrive in specific environments.

Generally speaking, Rolex’s sports watches have sizes that range from 37mm to 44mm, although there are certain older models from the Explorer and Yacht-Master collections that can have cases that measure just under this range. The original Rolex Explorer had a case size of 36mm, and the Rolex Yacht-Master was previously offered in both 35mm and 29mm (Lady Yacht-Master) sizes, alongside the standard 40mm model. Below are some of the  used Rolex  models you might find in the current market.

Rolex GMT-Master II

Rolex GMT-Master II

RolexCosmograph Daytona

Rolex Cosmograph Daytona

Rolex Submariner

Rolex Submariner

Rolex Sea-Dweller Watches

Rolex Sea-Dweller

Rolex Explorer II Watches

Rolex Explorer II

Womens Rolex

Rolex Yacht-Master

ModelReferenceCase Size (mm)Bracelet Width (mm)Materials
Submariner1240604121Stainless Steel
Submariner126610LV4121Stainless Steel
Submariner126610LN4121Stainless Steel
Submariner1266194121White Gold
Submariner1166184020Yellow Gold
Submariner1140604020Stainless Steel
Submariner116610LV4020Stainless Steel
Submariner140604020Stainless Steel
Submariner166104020Stainless Steel
Submariner16610LV4020Stainless Steel
Submariner166134020Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
Submariner166184020Yellow Gold
Submariner168004020Stainless Steel
Sea-Dweller166004020Stainless Steel
Sea-Dweller1266004322Stainless Steel
Sea-Dweller1266034322Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
Deepsea1266604422Stainless Steel
Explorer II165704020Stainless Steel
Explorer2142703920Stainless Steel
Explorer II2165704221Stainless Steel
GMT-Master II116710BLNR4020Stainless Steel
GMT-Master II126710BLRO4020Stainless Steel
GMT-Master II126711CHNR4020Stainless Steel & Everose Gold
GMT-Master167004020Stainless Steel
GMT-Master II167104020Stainless Steel
GMT-Master II167134020Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
GMT-Master II167184020Yellow Gold
Daytona1165204020Stainless Steel
Daytona1165234020Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
Daytona1165284020Yellow Gold
Daytona1165004020Stainless Steel
Yacht-Master 40166224020Stainless Steel & Platinum
Yacht-Master 40166284020Yellow Gold
Yacht-Master 372686223718Stainless Steel & Platinum
Yacht-Master 372686553718Everose Gold

Rolex Dive Watch Sizes

Dive watches are specifically designed for use while deep underwater. Consequently, visibility is key in the design of a dive watch, and most will have slightly larger case sizes relative to dress watches or casual models. With the exception of certain vintage Submariner watches from the 1950s that have cases slightly smaller than 40mm, the vast majority of all Rolex dive watches have case sizes that range from 40mm to 44mm.

As of 2020, the Submariner is the smallest Rolex dive watch with an official case-diameter of 41mm (the previous generation measured 40mm in diameter), while the Deepsea Sea-Dweller is the largest with a case size of 44m. The classic Sea-Dweller takes up the middle, offering a case size of 43mm; however, it should be noted that the case of the 43mm Sea-Dweller is quite a bit thinner than the case of the 44mm Deepsea, since it does not feature the same Ring Lock structure.

Rolex Mens Watch Sizes

The size of both men’s and women’s watches have steadily grown over the years. While the average size of a man’s watch during the 1950s was around 33mm to 35mm, most modern men’s Rolex watches have case diameters that range between 36mm and 42mm. With that in mind, there are certain Rolex watches for men , both modern and vintage, that feature case sizes both larger and smaller than this.

Historically, 36mm has been the go-to size for men’s Rolex watches, excluding the brand’s various sports models which often have cases larger than this due to their need to include additional features or functions. However, both the Rolex Date and Oyster Perpetual lines offer options with 34mm cases and these versatile models work well on most male wrists. Additionally, the Sea-Dweller, Deepsea, and Yacht-Master II all have either 43mm or 44mm case sizes, and while they are larger than the average men’s Rolex watch, they certainly fall into the men’s side of Rolex’s current catalog.

Rolex Sky-Dweller

Rolex Sky-Dweller

Rolex Rolex Datejust II

Rolex Rolex Datejust II

Rolex Day-Date

Rolex Day-Date

Rolex Cellini Watches

Rolex Cellini

Rolex Milgauss Watches

Rolex Milgauss

Rolex Air-King

Rolex Air-King

ModelReferenceCase Size (mm)Bracelet Width (mm)Materials
Day-Date 361282383620Yellow Gold
Day-Date II2182064121Platinum
Day-Date 402282384021Yellow Gold
Datejust II1163344121Stainless Steel & White Gold
Datejust 411263334121Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
Datejust 411263004121Stainless Steel
Datejust 361262333620Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
Datejust 361262313620Stainless Steel & Everose Gold
Datejust162003620Stainless Steel
Datejust162033620Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
Datejust162203620Stainless Steel
Datejust162333620Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
Datejust162343620Stainless Steel & White Gold
Datejust162383620Yellow Gold
Datejust162483620Yellow Gold
Cellini505093920White Gold
Cellini505353920Everose Gold
Milgauss116400GV4020Stainless Steel
Sky-Dweller3269344222Stainless Steel & White Gold
Sky-Dweller3269384222Yellow Gold

Rolex Unisex Sizes (Midsize)

Technically speaking, all Rolex watches are unisex watches. While the brand does have sections on its website specifically dedicated to men’s and women’s models, personal preference will always be the greatest determining factor, and any Rolex watch can be worn by any person as long as they enjoy wearing the watch. That being said, there are certain case sizes and collections of Rolex watches that offer more unisex options than others.

As a whole, Midsize Rolex watches are those that have case diameters that measure anywhere between 31mm and 37mm. Although 31mm Rolex watches are more often worn by women than men, and 36mm is the classic size for men’s Rolex watches, these are not firm rules, and these highly versatile case sizes can be effortlessly worn by both men and women.

The Rolex Date, Pearlmaster, and Oyster Perpetual all offer 34mm case size options, while the Datejust can be found with both 31mm and 36mm options. Since these case sizes are intended for both men and women, Rolex produces variations with a wide range of aesthetics, so that both men and women can both wear them. Additionally, at 37mm in diameter, the smallest Yacht-Master watch is also often considered a unisex Rolex watch, and it looks at home an an incredibly wide variety of different wrist sizes.

Rolex Oyster Perpetual

Rolex Oyster Perpetual

Rolex Datejust

Rolex Datejust

Rolex Date

Rolex Pearlmaster

Womens Rolex

ModelReferenceCase Size (mm)Bracelet Width (mm)Materials
Date152003419Stainless Steel
Date152103419Stainless Steel
Date152233419Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
Date152333419Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
Date152383419Yellow Gold
Datejust781583116Yellow Gold
Datejust781593116White Gold
Datejust782403116Stainless Steel
Datejust782483116Yellow Gold
Datejust782733116Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
Datejust782743116Stainless Steel & White Gold
Datejust782783116Yellow Gold
Datejust782793116White Gold
Oyster Perpetual674803116Stainless Steel
Oyster Perpetual674833116Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
Oyster Perpetual770143116Stainless Steel & White Gold
Oyster Perpetual770803116Stainless Steel
Oyster Perpetual774833116Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
Oyster Perpetual775183116Yellow Gold
Yacht-Master 372686223718Stainless Steel & Platinum
Yacht-Master 372686553718Everose Gold

Rolex Ladies Watch Sizes

Rolex has a long history of producing watches specifically for women, and just like the men’s models, Rolex’s ladies watches have steadily grown in size over the years. While some vintage Rolex women’s cocktail watches have tiny cases as small as 12mm, the classic size of the Lady-Datejust was 26mm. However, in more recent years, the case diameter of the Rolex Lady-Datejust has grown to 28mm and now features larger and thicker lugs for noticeably more presence on the wrist.

With that in mind, Rolex ladies watches are also available with cases both larger and smaller than this. You will find older Oyster Perpetual models with 24mm cases, alongside the Lady Yacht-Master with its 29mm case. Additionally, while many ladies Rolex watches have case diameters that are less than 30mm, there are numerous Rolex watches for women that have larger cases that range from 31mm to 36mm. Some of these models offer cases that are the exact same size as the men’s models, but the overall aesthetics of the watch in regards to the style of its dial, bezel, and color palette are entirely intended to appeal to a traditionally female audience.

Rolex Lady-Datejust

Rolex Lady-Datejust

Rolex Lady-President

Rolex Lady-President

Rolex Lady Yacht-Master

Rolex Lady Yacht-Master

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ModelReferenceCase Size (mm)Bracelet Width (mm)Materials
Lady-Datejust2791602814Stainless Steel
Lady-Datejust2791732814Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
Lady-Datejust2791782814Yellow Gold
Lady-Datejust791602613Stainless Steel
Lady-Datejust791632613Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
Lady-Datejust791732613Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
Lady-Datejust791742613Stainless Steel & White Gold
Lady-Datejust791752613Everose Gold
Lady-Datejust791782613Yellow Gold
Lady-Datejust791792613White Gold
Lady-Datejust791902613Stainless Steel
Lady-Datejust792392613White Gold
Lady-Datejust792402613Stainless Steel
Pearlmaster803182914Yellow Gold
Pearlmaster803192914White Gold
Pearlmaster802982914Yellow Gold

As of 2020, the smallest size of ladies watch that Rolex produces has a case diameter of 28mm. Both the Lady-Datejust and the smallest size from the Oyster Perpetual collection now have case diameters of 28mm; however 26mm was the classic size of the Lady-Datejust for many years, and until the 2020 update to the Oyster Perpetual collection, the smallest Rolex Oyster Perpetual watch had an official case diameter of 24mm.

ModelReferenceCase (mm)Bracelet Width (mm)Materials
Oyster Perpetual672302413Stainless Steel
Oyster Perpetual760302413Stainless Steel
Oyster Perpetual760802413Stainless Steel
Oyster Perpetual760942413Stainless Steel & White Gold
Oyster Perpetual761832413Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
Oyster Perpetual761882413Yellow Gold
Oyster Perpetual761932413Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold
Oyster Perpetual761982413Yellow Gold
Oyster Perpetual762432413Stainless Steel & Yellow Gold

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Rolex Yacht-Master 126622 Review & Complete Guide

Rolex Yacht-Master 126622 vs 116622

Rolex Yacht-Master 126622 Review & Complete Guide

Before we dig into this article, do note that this is not the reference 116622 but rather the reference 126622. But if you are interested in the 116622, this article will be helpful still.

The Rolex Yacht-Master reference was released a Baselworld 2016. The Yacht-Master model has always established itself as a luxury sports watch in Rolex’s range, which is a bit more elegant than a Submariner, but a little more sporty than a Datejust.

It is a great combination of elegance and sportiness – a combination which a lot of people really enjoy.

The two-sided personality Yacht-Master 116622 is meant for yacht-owners, and thereby its name. In this article, we’ll go into detail about the Rolex Yacht-Master 126622.

Rolex Yacht-Master 126622

As mentioned a new Yacht-Master version was released in 2016, but at Baselworld 2019, Rolex found that the model needed to be updated once again. This time, no major visual differences were done, as in 2016 when Rolex introduced a new dial, among other things. This time, the change was simply a step into the direction of moving to Rolex’s new generation movements. This year, it was the Yacht-Master 116622’s time for an update.

Rolex Yacht-Master 116622 Blue

And since we have already gotten started talking about movements, let’s begin with that.

Rolex Yacht-Master movement

The previous generation Yacht-Master 116622 is powered by the Rolex caliber 3135. This is considered Rolex’s workhorse and has been used by the brand since 1988. While this caliber has proven the test of time, there is always room for improvements, and this time, Rolex gave Yacht-Master to the new movement, which is the Caliber 3235. Remember, Rolex is about evolution, not revolution, and while this change of movement can’t be seen as a huge update to the model, it does improve its reliability and quality. And this is what Rolex is all about.

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The previous caliber 3135 provides a power reserve of around 48 hours and as of 2015—a year before the launch of the Yacht-Master ref. 116622—Rolex redefined its “Superlative Chronometer Officially Certified” designation to guarantee an impressive accuracy rating of -2/+2 seconds per day. The self-winding caliber also boasts the paramagnetic blue Parachrom hairspring for improved resistance to magnetic fields and daily knocks.

Now, with the new caliber 3235 and Yacht-Master 126622, things have been updated. And therefore, thanks to a new barrel architecture and the escapement’s superior efficiency, the power reserve of calibre 3255 extends to three days. This is an increase of 1 day of power reserve.

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The 3255 is a new-generation mechanical movement with 14 patents, which sets new standards of performance for the core characteristics of a watch movement: precision, power reserve, reliability, resistance to shocks and magnetism, as well as the ease and convenience of its adjustment.

The Chronergy escapement’s efficiency has been improved by 15%, it is 2x more precise than an official chronometer. Like the previous 3135, it has a Parachrom hairspring which is insensitive to magnetic fields and temperature variations, and up to 10 times more resilient to shocks than traditional hairsprings.

As you have noticed, the reference has changed to start with 12 instead of 11 for this new model, and this is to demonstrate the use of the new generation caliber.

rolex yacht master 37mm lug to lug

For some, these slight improvements in the movement of the Yacht-Master may not seem like a lot. But the fact of the matter is that it is because of improvements like these that Rolex is what it is today.

As you would expect, the 126622 features a quickset date function where the date us adjusted independently from the center timekeeping hands in order to make adjusting the date quick and effortless. It is also equipped with hacking seconds which means the seconds hand stops when the crown is pulled out in order to allow for precise time-setting.

Now, the Yacht-Master 126622 is not a full-blooded dive watch , but it does have a water-resistance of 100-meters (330 feet). Think of the Submariner as a robust tool watch and the Yacht-Master as the yacht-owners watch who may just satisfy with a relaxing morning swim from the yacht.

To keep dust and water out from the case, the watch features a Triplock screw-down winding crown and a robust casebook.

Yacht-Master case

Most people have heard of Rolesor – Rolex’s own combination of gold and steel. But not equally many people know what Rolesium is. The Yacht-Master uses Rolesium, and this is when rugged stainless steel and ultra-precious platinum meet on a Rolex watch. The case and bracelet are made of 904L stainless steel, but the bezel of the watch is actually made completely in platinum. While both are white metals, platinum gets a completely unique sheen compared to steel and thus creates a discreet contrast. The use of platinum is also proof of the fact that this model is positioned more as a luxury sports watch.

Rolex Yacht-Master 126622 Rhodium macro

Because of the fact that both the bezel and steel case is made in white metals, the watch tends to look monochromatic. But this is contrasted by the stunning rich blue dial. If you decide to opt for the rhodium dial, the contrast is not that great as it is with blue.

The case is 40mm in diameter. It has a thickness of 11.5 mm and Lug Width : 20 mm. In comparison, the Rolex Submariner 116610 is 12.5 mm in thickness. So the Yacht-Master is slimmer, which thus also allows it to better slip under a cuff.

This brings us to the bezel:

The bezel of the Yacht-Master 126622 has high-polished raised numerals set against a sandblasted background to the polished center links on the bracelet flanked by the brushed-finish outer links. The Yacht-Master 126622 is the only sports watch from Rolex which features this many polished elements. But this is of course in line with the way Rolex positions this watch as an elegant sports watch – not robust sports watch.

The bezel is bi-directional and has 120 clicks in both directions. As Rolex suggests, ”This functional bezel allows the wearer to calculate, for example, the sailing time between two buoys”.

When it comes to the dials, you currently have two dial combinations to choose from. Either a rich blue sunburst dial which catches the light beautifully and completely changes its appearance depending on how the light hits it. Or, you can choose a rhodium dial which has a not-so-Rolex-like baby blue/Miami blue seconds hand that creates a nice contrast against the dial. You also have the Yacht-Master text printed in the same color.

The only way you will be able to tell the 116622 from the 126622 apart is by looking at 6 o’clock on the dial. On the 116622, it will say ”Swiss made”. But on the new reference, it will say ”Swiss (Rolex crown) Made”. This is to show that it has a new generation movement. Apart from this, it will be impossible to tell them apart (unless you open them up or look at the engraved reference number on the case.

Rolex Yacht-Master 116622 Blue

The 126622 has a strong lume which allows for good readability. As mentioned briefly, it features a date function, with the date window placed at 3 o’clock and the Cyclops magnification lens on the sapphire crystal.

Rolex Yacht-Master 126622 Rhodium macro

Being a sporty watch, it features the iconic and robust Oyster bracelet.

To enhance its elegance, it has polished middle links. The clasp has Rolex’s clever Easlylink comfort extension link which allows the wearer to increase the bracelet length by approximately 5 mm, providing additional comfort in any circumstance.

116622 is now replaced with the 126622: New dial and Movement

The update from 116622 is obviously not huge from a visual perspective. But the fact of the matter is, that’s not what Rolex about. Evolution, not revolution. At the end of the day, the update of the movement was due because of the many years it has been used. Ultimately, this will lead to a more reliable and qualitative timepiece that will last through generations.

What are your thoughts on the Rolex Yacht-Master 126622? Do you think they should have made more major updates to the model?

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I’ve heard this new model also has an easy glide clasp the same as on a sub. I didn’t think the older model had it. I’ll find out for sure on Sunday when I collect mine.

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Hi Steven, The 126622 has the Easylink extension system. Not the Glidelock clasp. Congratulations in advance on a stunning timepiece!

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I watched a review of the latest GMT II that uses this caliber, and while all is well & good, the reviewer did point out that the new rotor mechanism for this caliber is very noisy! Which I find very disappointing for a contemporary Rolex I’m afraid.

Hi David, The Yacht-Master 126622 does not have a GMT hand so does not use the same caliber as the GMT II. The Yacht-Master uses the cal 3235. The GMT uses the caliber 3285.

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I bought the 126622 with slate dial. I believe case is also slightly different from 116622 – is that correct?

Hi, The main difference is the movement. There has not been any communication regarding the case of the watch but there is a possibility that there has been a tiny change which is barely noticeable.

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If one wanted to “upgrade” their movement from a 3135 to a 3235 can they be swapped without case modification?

Hi, Rolex will not change to a new caliber in an old reference. If you would want to make this change, you would have to source the movement yourself and have an independent watchmaker install it. And finding complete calibers on the secondhand market is very difficult..

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I will like the option of a Black dial on the 40 126622.. it would be beautiful.

That sounds like a great idea! Perhaps Rolex doesn’t want it to be too similar to the Submariner, which could be the explanation why they are not making it.

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I’ve heard some people say that the dial of 116622 contains rhodium and the dial of 126622 does not contain rhodium. Do you think these statements are valid?

Hello, That sounds a bit strange. The 116622 has a platinum dial with a shiny effect. If anything, it would be more reasonable that the 126622 has a rhodium dial.

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Rolex Yacht-Master 126622

Before we get to my Rolex Yacht-Master 40 126622 review, we need some background. In 1992 Rolex introduced a watch that shared the silhouette of their beloved Submariner but in solid 18k yellow gold, embossed YG bezel insert soldered to the bezel, funky white dial, and the unusual name “Yacht-Master” written where “Submariner” would normally live. People then and now still wonder.. “Why?”.

Rumor has it Rolex wanted to drastically update the Submariner but were scared that the changes were too extreme. The Submariner was essentially their poster child and arguably their most iconic watch. Fearing backlash, they created a whole new line. Rolex rarely creates completely new watches, the last time they made a new watch before the Rolex Yacht-Master was in 1964 when the Daytona was introduced. Luckily it paid off as the Yacht-Master was pretty well received!

Even though the Rolex Yacht-Master 40 at first glance looks very similar to the Submariner it’s a totally different wearing experience. The case shape is completely different from the Sub. Its case profile is composed of compound curves with the lugs swooping downwards very similar to a Daytona, the case is also fully polished. My particular Rolex Yacht-Master 40 126622 being Roleisum (Rolex’s term for the combination of Platinum and Steel which was first introduced in 1999 with the ref. 16622), in combination with the blue sunburst dial and red accents, gives it such a unique aesthetic it sets it apart in Rolex’s catalog. Rolex I think perfected their blue dials, it’s absolutely gorgeous! Pictures do not do it justice whatsoever. In person, it appears much darker, almost black however in direct light that’s when the striking blue hue pops. The date function is also very convenient!

Rolex Yacht-Master

What is it like to wear a Rolex Yacht-Master? I would describe it as the most comfortable and stressful watch I have ever worn and owned. What most people don’t realize is that it’s a thin watch and I mean THIN. At 11.5mm it’s just as thin or even thinner than a 34mm 114200 Air-King! Like what? The case hugs your wrist amazingly while the oyster bracelet seems to caress you. It makes you want to wear it every single day, I mean how could you not? Thin, sporty, beautiful, comfortable and low key a strap monster. Until you see a scratch or nick on the solid Platinum bezel insert, call up Rolex Service Center to see how much it would be to replace it and they slap you in the face with a $2500 (before taxes) quote for JUST the bezel/bezel insert assembly (they’re soldered together remember?). Then you think “Okay, okay which Seiko ’s do I sell to cover the cost of a freaking bezel”. Did I mention the case is fully polished?

Has this ever happened to me? No, because I’m extremely OCD, however I was curious and called RSC, I also used to own the 16622 and was trained to wear long sleeves only, only wear it sparingly, cover my wrist when walking through doorways, never let it touch denim (yes, denim will scratch it apparently), and for all I know never sneeze near it or even look at it too long because for all I know that could probably scratch it too. To top it all off, of COURSE the bracelet and clasp has Polished Center Links! While I am exaggerating the fragility of the Rolex Yacht-Master, the stress of potentially scuffing it is real.

Rolex Yacht-Master

The Rolex Yacht-Master 40 126622 is arguably one of my favorite watches ever made. I never thought I’d ever get to own one. It’s beautiful, ridiculously comfortable, relatively uncommon, however so stressful to wear. I have owned it for almost exactly one year and I personally try to enjoy every second I wear it; I even strap changed it with zero scuffs! I have and I do but my OCD and extreme caution lends itself to be a difficult one to fully appreciate without worry. I’ve debated if this watch was right for me all the time. However, I would recommend this watch to anyone minutely interested. I have no regrets having owned two of them like an insane person, but who in the watch collecting world isn’t insane?

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Why Tudor’s New GMT Is the Watch I’ve Waited Half a Decade For

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Ever since the release of Tudor’s Black Bay GMT back in 2018—the brand’s analogue to the Rolex GMT-Master II —fans have been clamoring for a slightly smaller, thinner version. At this year’s Watches & Wonders Geneva , our prayers were finally answered in the form of the Tudor Black Bay 58 GMT , a 39-mm, 12.8-mm-tall travel watch with a rotating, bicolor bezel and the ability to track three time zones. When I saw it “in the metal,” as they say, I knew I wanted to spend some hands on time with it.

Lo and behold, not long after Watches & Wonders, I was greeted with an email from Tudor offering me exactly that—a few days later, a package showed up in the mail. My hands shook. The metaphorical clouds parted, and the voice of a chorus of horological angels—presumably of the type drawn by an animator for a Monty Python skit—erupted into heavenly song, announcing this highly anticipated piece’s arrival. Rejoice!

Would the Tudor Black Bay 58 GMT prove to be the ultimate travel watch? The Goldilocks-size travel watch? The “Coke”-flavored GMT watch upon which I would peg all my (watch-related) hopes and dreams? One week later, I think I found my answer…

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What's It Made Of?

First things first—namely, some specs: Carved from a block of 316L stainless steel with polished and satin finishes, the BB 58 GMT is 2 mm smaller (in width) than the Black Bay GMT, and nearly 2 mm thinner than 2022’s Black Bay Pro , another Tudor travel watch. It comes on a “rivet”-style bracelet with Tudor’s excellent T-fit clasp for $4,600, or on a rubber strap for $4,400. At the moment, the newer Tudor 5-link bracelet , similar to a Rolex Jubilee model, doesn’t come in a 20-mm lug width and thus will not fit this watch. (Here’s hoping that the brand will offer one in the future—perhaps on the next iteration of the Black Bay 58 GMT?)

Within the watch is Tudor’s Manufacture Calibre MT5450-U (COSC- and METAS-certified) automatic movement. Boasting 65 hours of power reserve, it’s resistant to magnetic fields of up to 15,000 gauss. (Should you find yourself employed by CERN or trying to use an EMP to fight a platoon of Terminators, you should be in good shape.) In short, the BB 58 GMT provides, with respect to its construction, movement, and functionality, a very similar experience to that of the Rolex GMT-Master II, though of course there are aesthetic and other differences. (For example, the type of steel used in the case, the precise dimensions, the available colorways, etc.)

The Fidget Spinner Award: The Feature That Kept Me Most Occupied

The fun thing about wearing a classic, Rolex-style diver or GMT is the rotating bezel, which you can spin endlessly—much to your own entertainment, and to the detriment of your friends’ sanity. On the BB58 GMT, the bicolor red-and-black bezel is used to calculate a second (or third, depending on how one uses it) time zone in conjunction with the watch’s fourth hand. This system, developed by Rolex in the 1950s for use by Pan Am pilots and crew members, lives on to this day on that brand’s GMT-Master series, and in certain of sister company Tudor’s GMT watches.

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Personally, I found calculating a third time zone difficult with this watch, as it involved a certain degree of memorization; instead, I tended to leave the bezel in place and simply read the GMT hand against it to indicate a second time zone. However, I did use the bezel to time things—much like on my Submariner dive watch—and the effect introduced by the rotating red-and-black 24-hour insert provided a fun degree of dynamism to the watch’s design. (Sometimes, depending on the position of the bezel, it felt like I was wearing a completely different watch.) Overall, I’d argue that the classic, Rolex-style bezel was one of the most enjoyable aspects of the BB 58 GMT.

Fits to Rock With This Watch

I suppose the classic fit to rock with the BB 58 GMT would be a midcentury Pan Am pilot’s uniform. However, as I lack the ability to fly a DC-3, I instead opted to wear it with pretty much everything else: jeans and a button-down around town; slacks and a jacket while out to dinner at a nice steak joint for my birthday; and shorts and a T-shirt to see Dead & Co. at the Sphere. (As mind-boggling as you heard it was, by the way.) With steel construction, 200 meters of water resistance, and a matching steel bracelet, the BB 58 GMT is a true tool watch, meant to be worn everywhere and abused. As a travel watch, it’s designed to accompany you across the world. And while I didn’t get to travel the world during my week with the BB 58 GMT, I did notice and appreciate its ability to look sharp no matter how I was dressed.

The one wild card here is, of course, this particular version’s black-and-red bezel insert, which is commonly referred to as a “Coke” bezel by Rolex (and now Tudor) fans. The black-and-red combination is an acquired taste, and might look a bit sinister with certain fits. The addition of “gilt” (brass and gold-colored) accents gives it an even more idiosyncratic look, which doesn’t quite jive with every outfit. I’d personally love a “Pepsi” version of this watch with a blue-and-red bezel, which I feel might work better with the absolute sea of blue jeans I own. But the black-and-red version is admittedly sharp as hell; indeed, I think the only thing I wouldn’t wear it with is a suit (and definitely not with black or white tie ). Other than that, it always felt appropriate and complimentary to my largely casual wardrobe.

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Props and Digs

The BB 58 GMT, while technically available for purchase at Tudor boutiques, hasn’t quite proliferated through the collector community yet by simple virtue of its newness. (Indeed, when I walked into my local Tudor boutique to have it sized for this review, I initially got a couple of questioning looks from the boutique staff!) But in wearing it around town, I got the sense that folks really seem to enjoy its good looks and comfortable sizing: I was wearing it when my buddy and I swung by Craft & Tailored, a vintage watch boutique, to hang and check out some cool inventory. These guys, being industry pros , were honest in their opinions: They loved the case size, and were split on their opinion of the “Coke” colorway. (To be fair, so was I.)

Elsewhere, civilians seemed to largely love it: I got a few compliments on its colorful makeup, its Rolex-like appearance, and its shiny new case and bracelet. This isn’t terribly surprising—the BB 58 GMT is a good-looking object, and even those who might prefer a different bezel colorway are quick to appreciate it for what it is. While wearing it around for a week—and explaining that it was on loan for review, to allow people to share their unbiased opinion without fear of offending my personal tastes—there wasn’t a single person who expressed dislike for it. Maybe just the preference for a tweak here or there.

Gettin' Handsy

It’s worth commenting briefly on this watch’s handset , as it’s unique to Tudor—and also, fairly iconic in the watch industry. The “snowflake” hands come from a couple of Tudor Submariner references from the late ’60s and ’70s that were requested by the Marine Nationale, the French navy. Military divers need a highly legible, luminous set of hands that can be easily distinguished when underwater—Tudor designed the snowflake handset, with its idiosyncratic hour hand, expressly for this purpose. When Tudor launched its Black Series under the auspices of famed watch designer Davide Cerrato (now at Bremont ) roughly a decade ago, it recalibrated its production to embrace this handset. Nowadays, most Tudor watches have snowflake hands, including the BB 58 GMT.

The snowflake design, in addition to forming a highly legible set of dive watch hands, quickly and easily distinguishes a Tudor watch from any other brand’s wares—including those from Rolex. Personally, it took me some years to come around to snowflake hands. (I initially preferred the “lollipop” hands of certain vintage Subs to the snowflake, and fellow nerds thought I was crazy. They may have been right.) These days, I quite like them, and they do indeed differentiate something like the BB 58 GMT from a Rolex GMT-Master II—which otherwise look very similar. My one issue is that, on this initially BB 58 GMT colorway, the seconds hand is the same color and shape of the hour hand. I’d personally much prefer this hand to be a different color, like on the steel versions of the Black Bay GMT. Maybe in a future “Pepsi” version the brand will leave off the gilt coloring, and change the seconds hand to red?

For me—and for many folks, seemingly—the Black Bay GMT looked perfect, but was just a touch too wide, and too tall. The Black Bay Pro similarly looked like a million bucks, but at 14.6 mm was way too tall. The BB 58 GMT, on the other hand? Goldilocks watch , no question. It’s just right at 39 mm by 12.8 mm, and the rivet bracelet is perfectly comfortable. (I tried the watch on its rubber strap in Geneva, though I didn’t wear it for a week at home for review. It, too, was highly comfortable.) My one wish is that Tudor would make a 20-mm five-link bracelet—similar to the Rolex Jubilee bracelet—to fit this model. One of the joys of the Rolex GMT-Master II in steel is enjoying that brand’s Jubilee bracelet, which is highly elegant and comfortable. I’m hoping a future BB 58 GMT will have this as an option.

My other big wish regarding the BB 58 GMT is for a 24-hour track on the dial itself—ideally, on a rehaut, or inner flange beyond the minute track so that it wouldn’t interfere with the dial design. Why an inner 24-hour track? Because though this watch, with its independently adjustable local hour hand, can technically track three time zones, in practice this is difficult: When you move the 24-hour bezel to track your third zone, you no longer have a fixed 24-hour scale visible against the dial’s hands, which makes reading your second time zone tough unless you’ve memorized the positioning of the 24-hour indications. Certain timepieces, such as the Monta Skyquest, fix this by placing a 24-hour track on the dial itself. I’d love to see this in a future Tudor GMT watch.

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The Bottom Line

I’ve been waiting for this watch for six years, and I have to say: I love the heck out of it . Is the black-and-red “Coke” bezel with gilt accents and printing my ideal colorway? It’s not—in fact, I’d prefer a “Pepsi” color, which jives a bit better with my wardrobe and looks a bit “happier,” to my mind—but I still found myself glancing down at it all week, appreciating its subtleties and quirks. Its sizing is ideal for me, and the bracelet is highly comfortable. I have no doubt whatsoever that this “Coke” version is merely the first of many colorways to come, and that next year’s Watches & Wonders will yield yet another compelling iteration.

For constant travelers like myself, the BB 58 GMT is the ideal everyday watch. Because it’s built like a tank and boasts 200 meters of water resistance, I never had to worry about it when on wrist, and I’d be perfectly comfortable swimming and even diving with it. (Though technically not a dive watch, you can use its bi-directional bezel as a dive timer in a pinch.) It also looks great with outfits both casual and even a bit more formal—though it’s perhaps a bit too colorful and chunky for, say, black tie. At slightly less than $5K and with a COSC- and METAS-certified movement and “flyer” GMT functionality, it’s by no means inexpensive, but certainly a lot of watch for the money…

Probably more than you’ll ever need, in fact.

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Staying on course

The Oyster Perpetual Yacht-Master 37 in 18 kt Everose gold with an Oysterflex bracelet.

Diamond-paved dial, optimal brilliance.

Diamonds, sapphires, rubies, emeralds – the noblest and most precious stones are selected to grace Rolex timepieces. The brand has in-house expertise and equipment enabling it to bejewel any model in its catalogue.

Experienced gemmologists first select gemstones of the highest quality. For this, they can rely on their own seasoned judgement as well as state-of-the-art analysis equipment. The stones are then entrusted to the gem-setters, who skilfully place each precious stone onto the watch by hand, one by one, assuring precision to within hundredths of a millimetre. Such stringent tolerances guarantee that each stone shines with optimal brilliance and is perfectly aligned with those around it. These time-honoured gestures, which may be repeated many hundreds of times, ensure that each gem-set watch produced by Rolex sparkles with exceptional intensity and reflects the standard of excellence required by the brand.

Bidirectional Rotatable Bezel

Timing the distance.

The Yacht-Master’s bidirectional rotatable 60-minute graduated bezel is made entirely from precious metals or fitted with a Cerachrom insert in high-tech ceramic. The raised polished numerals and graduations stand out clearly against a matt, sand-blasted background.

This functional bezel – which allows the wearer to calculate, for example, the sailing time between two buoys – is also a key component in the model’s distinctive visual identity.

The Oysterflex Bracelet

Highly resistant and durable.

The Yacht-Master’s new Oysterflex bracelet, developed by Rolex and patented, offers a sporty alternative to metal bracelets. The bracelet attaches to the watch case and the Oysterlock safety clasp by a flexible titanium and nickel alloy metal blade.

The blade is overmoulded with high-performance black elastomer which is particularly resistant to environmental effects, very durable and perfectly inert for the wearer of the watch. For enhanced comfort, the inside of the Oysterflex bracelet is equipped with a patented longitudinal cushion system that stabilizes the watch on the wrist and fitted with an 18 kt Everose gold Oysterlock safety clasp. It also features the Rolex Glidelock extension system, designed by the brand and patented. This inventive toothed mechanism, integrated beneath the clasp, allows fine adjustment of the bracelet length by some 15 mm in increments of approximately 2.5 mm, without the use of tools.

18 kt Everose gold

An exclusive patent

To preserve the beauty of its pink gold watches, Rolex created and patented an exclusive 18 kt pink gold alloy cast in its own foundry: Everose gold.

Introduced in 2005, 18 kt Everose is used on all Rolex Oyster models in pink gold.

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Oyster, 37 mm, Everose gold

Oyster architecture

Monobloc middle case, screw-down case back and winding crown

Bidirectional rotatable 60-minute graduated bezel with matt black Cerachrom insert in ceramic, polished raised numerals and graduations

Winding crown

Screw-down, Triplock triple waterproofness system

Scratch-resistant sapphire, Cyclops lens over the date

Water resistance

Waterproof to 100 metres / 330 feet

Perpetual, mechanical, self-winding

2236, Manufacture Rolex

-2/+2 sec/day, after casing

Centre hour, minute and seconds hands. Instantaneous date with rapid setting. Stop-seconds for precise time setting

Syloxi hairspring in silicon with patented geometry. High-performance Paraflex shock absorbers

Bidirectional self-winding via Perpetual rotor

Power reserve

Approximately 55 hours

Flexible metal blades overmoulded with high-performance elastomer

Folding Oysterlock safety clasp with Rolex Glidelock extension system


Gem settings

Diamond-paved dial


Superlative Chronometer (COSC + Rolex certification after casing)

Learn how to set the time and other functions of your Rolex watch by consulting our user guides.

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Guide to Rolex Sizes - Cases and Lugs

Guide to Rolex Sizes - Cases and Lugs

If you’re a fan of Rolex watches, you know that the brand offers a wide range of case sizes across its various collections. Some Rolex collections even have different sizes within the same line. In recent years, Rolex has not only added more case sizes to its lineup but also changed some, which also alters the width of the lugs. 

Knowing the case size and lug size of a particular watch is the first step when  choosing the right strap to pair it with. So we’ve compiled this handy guide to Rolex sizes, detailing all the case diameters and lug widths of popular modern models. 

Rolex Air-King Size

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Rolex redesigned the Air-King from the ground up in 2016 to feature a larger case, a fresh dial design, and a new movement. In 2022, the Air-King underwent a subtle revamp to include crown guards and a slightly wider lug width.

Air-King 126900

  • Case size 40mm
  • Lug width: 21mm

Air-King 116900 (Discontinued)

  • Lug width: 20mm

Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Size

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Arguably Rolex’s most famous collection, the Daytona has had a 40mm case and automatic movement since 1988. It is available in a wide variety of case materials, bezel styles, and dial designs. 

  • References: 16520, 16523, 16528, 116519, 116518, 116515, 116520, 116523, 116528, 116500, 116503, 116508, 116509, 116506
  • Case size: 40mm

Rolex Day-Date Sizes

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The Rolex Day-Date, also known as the Rolex President, is the brand’s most prestigious watch, available in various sizes and styles but always crafted in precious metals. 

Day-Date 40 

  • References: 228238, 228239, 228235, 228236, 228206

Day-Date II (Discontinued) 

  • References: 218238, 218239, 218235, 218206
  • Case size: 41mm

Day-Date 36

  • References: 128238, 128239, 128235, 128236, 128206, 118238, 118208, 118239, 118235, 118205, 118206
  • Case size: 36mm

Rolex Datejust Sizes

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The Rolex Datejust is one of the brand’s most versatile collections, home to a vast assortment of sizes, styles, and references.

Datejust 41 

  • References: 126300, 126301, 126303, 126331, 126333, and 126334

Datejust II (Discontinued)

  • References: 116300, 116333, 116334, 

Datejust 36

  • References: 126200, 126234, 126203, 126233, 126201, 126231, 116200, 116234, 116203, 116233, 116201, 116231
  • Case size: 36mm 

Rolex Explorer Sizes

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The  Explorer is Rolex’s simplest sports watch , featuring a compact case and minimalist time-only dial. While the watch’s overall style has remained largely the same since its inception in the 1950s, Rolex has tinkered with its case size and lug widths over the last few decades. 

Explorer 36

  • References: 124270, 124273
  • Lug width: 19mm

Explorer 36 (Discontinued)

  • References: 114270

Explorer 39 (Discontinued)

  • Reference: 214270
  • Case size: 39mm

Rolex Explorer II Sizes

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The Rolex Explorer II is an adventure-ready watch furnished with a GMT function and a fixed 24-hour bezel. While the Explorer II has exclusively been made in steel and in two dial colors, Rolex has updated the case sizes and lug widths over the years. 

Explorer II 42

  • Reference: 226570
  • Case size: 42mm
  • Lug width: 22mm

Explorer II 42 (Discontinued)

  • Reference: 216570

Explorer II 40 (Discontinued)

  • References: 116570

Rolex GMT-Master II Size

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The GMT-Master II is Rolex’s signature pilot watch, characterized by its 24-hour marked bezel and ability to track multiple time zones simultaneously. The watch is available in plenty of variations, with an assortment of case metals, bezel colors, and bracelet styles to choose from. 

GMT-Master II

  • References: 126710, 126715, 126711, 116710, 116713, 116718

Rolex Milgauss Size

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After a few decades of discontinuation, Rolex revived the antimagnetic Milgauss watch in 2007. While the watch is available in a range of dials and with the option of a green sapphire crystal, Rolex makes it in only one size and exclusively in steel. 

  • Reference: 116400

Rolex Oyster Perpetual Sizes

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The Oyster Perpetual is Rolex’s entry-level model, exclusively produced in steel and fitted with a straightforward time-only dial. However, Rolex does make it available in several sizes and with a range of dial colors. 

Oyster Perpetual 36

  • Reference: 126000
  • Lug width: 20mm 

Oyster Perpetual 39 (Discontinued)

  • Reference: 114300

Oyster Perpetual 41

  • References: 124300

Rolex Sea-Dweller Sizes

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The Sea-Dweller is Rolex’s line of saturation dive watches, complete with exceedingly high water resistance and helium escape valves. Rolex has made several sizes and variations of the Sea-Dweller. 

Sea-Dweller Deepsea

  • References: 136660, 126660
  • Case size: 44mm

Sea-Dweller Deepsea (Discontinued)

  • Reference: 116660 

Sea-Dweller 43

  • References: 126603, 126600
  • Case size: 43mm

Sea-Dweller 40 (Discontinued) 

  • References: 116600

Rolex Sky-Dweller Sizes

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The Sky-Dweller is Rolex’s youngest watch collection, making its debut in 2012 and now available in plenty of material options. It’s also one of the brand’s most mechanically complicated, boasting two time zones, a date window, a month indicator, and an annual calendar. Interestingly, the steel case versions of the Sky-Dweller have wider lug widths than the precious metal variants. 


  • References: 326938, 326939, 326935, 
  • References: 326933, 326934

Rolex Submariner Sizes

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Not only is the Submariner Rolex’s most popular dive watch but it has become the standard for what a luxury diving watch should be. Although 40mm was the go-to size for the Submariner since the late-1950s, Rolex increased the case diameter in 2020. 

Submariner 41

  • References: 124060, 126610, 126613, 126618, 126619

Submariner 40

  • References: 114060, 116610, 116613, 116618, 116619

Rolex Yacht-Master Sizes

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The Rolex Yacht-Master is the brand’s nautical-inspired watch line, which houses a long list of materials, styles, and case diameter options. 

Yacht-Master 42

  • References: 226659, 226658

Yacht-Master 40

  • References: 126622, 126621, 126655, 116622, 116621, 116655

Yacht-Master 37

  • References: 268622, 268621, 268655
  • Case size: 37mm
  • Lug width: 17mm

Rolex Yacht-Master II Size

rolex yacht master ii on blue rubber strap

The Yacht-Master II was developed for the competitive sailor and it features a highly complex regatta chronograph with a programmable countdown and mechanical memory. Aside from its complexity, it’s also one of Rolex’s largest watches. 

  • References: 116688, 116681, 116680, 116689

The Details Make The Difference

There you have it, our comprehensive guide to Rolex case sizes and lug widths. 

Before we wrap things up, it is important to point out that even if two Rolex watches have the same on-paper case diameters and lug widths, an aftermarket strap may not fit the same way on each watch. Other factors such as lug shape and case thickness come into play. Therefore, if you have any questions about which  straps would pair best with a particular Rolex reference , feel free to reach out to our team here at Everest. 

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