Rolex Oyster Precision Grey

We present you the Rolex Oyster Precision with a taupe dial from 1973.

Produced from 1963 to 1980, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Reference is a close horological cousin to the Datejust. Featuring the same iconic Oyster Case design, and build quality you’d expect to come out of Rolex, the only major noteworthy difference between the two models is approximately 2 measly millimeters. Yep, you heard it – the Oyster Date is just a smidge smaller than its Datejust siblings and has the same great looks.

Oyster Dates, also known as Oyster Perpetual Dates later on in their production life, came in a wide variety of hand, dial and bezel permutations over the years, everything from black dials with stick hands in yellow gold cases, to silver dials with Alpha hands in steel cases. The Oyster Precision we present has a taupe dial. The watch we show is a hand winder.

When it comes to Oyster Dates, there’s something for everything, and the value can’t be beaten! We hope that we have been able to convince you and invite you to come over for a cup of coffee with us at Reestraat 3 in Amsterdam.

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