Officially released in 1956, the Rolex 6511 Day-Date revived the look and feel of the timepiece. The Day-Date name came from two new features: a window at 12 showing the day and a subsequent window at 3 showing the date. The addition of the day and date added extra complexity to the watch with the addition of the automatic movement day and date discs. The case became much thicker. This, however, was not a bad thing. Aesthetically, the larger, screw-down case, made the watch carry much more presence on the wrist.
There are many variations on the dial, the language of the day, but what the most have in common is the elegant President bracelet. The dial on this timepiece we show you has some nice details. It has a light creme mat color with long stick markers and a sporty detail, the minute track. You do not see that often. Pictures do not always show the beauty of such a treasure, we advise you to come and look for yourself.
The overall aesthetics of this piece conjures up a romantic vintage feel that we love. If you become curious please pass bye to try this watch on your wrist.