I always prefer Rolex watches with a clean and simple design which is why I always wear my Rolex Explorer. Just recently Rolex introduced a few 36mm Oyster Perpetual models which had impressive dials (Red Grape, White Grape and Steel Grey.
But the thing is, many men consider the 36mm a bit small. I for one, am one of them. This is why I rarely wear my 36mm Datejust. For a man like me, this size of watch looks quite small. Maybe soon I will get the Rolex Datejust II.
Just recently in 2015 the watchmaker company has made it easy for people who don’t particularly like the lightning hand or the short minute hand which is a feature of the Explorer. It created the 39mm Rolex Oyster Perpetual, alongside the Yachtmaster in Everose Gold and of course the Day Date 40mm.
In my opinion the rhodium with blue accents are the most manly of the options but it won’t be really shocking to find some men wear the Red Grape Rolex Oyster Perpetual.
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