Rolex Datejust ‘Wimbledon’ 126334
The tennis Championships, Wimbledon, more commonly known as simply Wimbledon, is the world’s oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament. It takes places at the Centre Court in London for two weeks each summer, bringing together the most prominent players on green grass. Rolex became the Official Timekeeper of the Wimbledon Championships in 1978. This marked the start of Rolex’s prominence in the tennis space, which now extends to all four Grand Slam events – including the Australian, French, and US Open. In addition, Rolex also supports a number of players on the field and has turned them into ambassadors. This includes players like Alexander Zverev, Caroline Wozniacki, and perhaps most prominently, Roger Federer. At the end of each tournament, with a trophy hoisted above their heads, you’ll find Federer and other champions with a Rolex on their wrist.
Now, Rolex fans have used the term ‘Wimbledon’ to refer to a certain dial found on the Rolex Datejust watch. The ‘Wimbledon’ dial comes with a gorgeous slate grey, Sunburst face and Roman numerals outlined by a classic green color. Many Rolex enthusiasts have seen this design as a nod to the green fields of Wimbledon. Rolex hasn’t officially adopted this fan’s nickname, but every aficionado understands what you’re talking about when discussing the Wimbledon Rolex. The Rolex Datejust ‘Wimbledon’ 126334 we are offering here is a new model from 2021 and has hardly seen any wrist-time, the case, bezel and bracelet all remain in near new condition with of course a spotless dial and sapphire crystal without any damages, everything truly is still like new. The bezel on this new 41mm Datejust is a bit thinner than on the previous ( and in all honesty way to bulky 41mm Datejust II), the same goes for the center-case and the lugs, all have been slimmed down in this new 41mm Datejust, making this new style of ‘Wimbledon’ Datejust a very sleek and attractive watch on the wrist. In all honesty, it actually surprised me on how comfortable this watch wears and how nice it sits on the wrist. I actually wore this watch for three weeks myself, which is a long time for a guy like me to be wearing just one watch.. The high quality of that gorgeous slate grey dial, combined with the bright green outlining of the Roman numerals is a very well executed colorway from Rolex which never fails to impress. The all new Jubilee bracelet is of course free from any stretch and remains in near new condition. The 904L stainless steel Oyster clasp shows very light signs of wear, but truly nothing too worry about – I would still describe this watch as a ‘as good as new’ 126334 Datejust.
Like you’re used to by now, the all new 3235 movement was fully checked by our watchmakers and as expected, performed outstandingly. This Rolex Datejust ‘Wimbledon’ 126334 will be delivered with boxes and paperwork, including another four years of Rolex warranty.
case number: random serial no.
year of production: 2021
case diameter: 41mm
movement: automatic, Rolex caliber 3235
box and papers: yes, full set