Rolex Watches Presidential Gold
The Rolex Jubilee band is typically seen as being the dressiest of the three watch bands. It is comprised of smaller links than both the President and Oyster bands and the center of the band is constructed using three smaller, round links.
The Rolex President bracelet was designed specifically for the Rolex Day-Date, giving it the name “The Rolex President”. The links in the President bracelet are smaller and rounder than the links in the Oyster bracelet. This band is specific to gold Rolex Day-Date models.
The Oyster bracelet has been the most popular in recent years because of its durability. The wider center links make the band sturdier and make it less prone to stretching. This band appears on every Rolex model, except the Day-Date.
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The types of clasps that you typically see on a Rolex bracelet are a regular clasp, a concealed clasp, or an Oyster-Lock clasp. When examining the clasp, you will notice that the Rolex logo is stamp in the center and the clasp reference number is engraved to the side of the right of the logo. The number should match the number on the end link of the bracelet and the last digit in this model number will indicate the type of metal.