Rolex Oyster Perpetual 39

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  • Great for all occasions
  • Comfortable to wear
  • Good value for the price
  • Timeless look
  • Easy to read dials


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A Watch for All Seasons: Rolex Oyster Perpetual 39
If so, then this model’s go-with-every-outfit-and-every-occasion styling, large-enough-but-not- too-large dimensions, and robustly well- engineered self-winding movement will ensure that your wrist is well equipped for whatever the day – or the night – has up its sleeve. FINAL RESULTS:.
19 days ago
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[Girard Perregaux] Laureato type of day
It’s been almost a month since I threw this on - been mostly wearing my Oyster Perpetual 39 or Tudor GMT. Don’t really need “fancy” watch while on lockdown here in Singapore, all I really do is walk the puppy and pick up her poo... but I digress. Been seeing a lot of folks here post their GP’s recently, and it made me wanna throw mine on for shits and giggles. Absolutely love how this dial plays with the lights, the contrast of the polished sub bezel against the brushed bezel, the bracelet glimmering as you move your arm.
[Rolex Milgauss] Recently bought my first watch. What do you think?
I think that's a Rolex Oyster Perpetual Milgauss superlative chronometer officially certified
[Rolex] OP39 Collection
I completed the set of Rolex Oyster Perpetual 39s a couples months ago. I think they represent the best value in the Rolex lineup and I love the simplicity of the clean dials with subtle color accents. I prefer the lumed batons design of the black and white but the others are beautiful too. Generally, I prefer alligator or cordovan straps but Rolex makes the best bracelets on the market, at least out of anything I’ve encountered.
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The Oyster Perpetual 39 is the Perfect Rolex Model No Longer in Production
By modern standards it can be considered a unisex model and the white and black dial options provided a watch that could be worn with most outfits. The smooth bezel and simple dial combined with a water resistance rating of 100 meters made the case for a single watch that could truly be worn in a dressier or sportier manner depending if the wearer was putting on a blazer or swim trunks.
19 days ago
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[Rolex] Keeping it simple
Lo and behold, they had a single Oyster Perpetual 39 in, and in the blue dial that I've had my eye on. They gave me a solid discount ($6900SGD out the door) and I really couldn't pass it up. I've been looking for a not so flashy day to day watch, and I've been wanting to snag the first Rolex of my collection so here we are!
[Discussion] You are given $100,000 that you HAVE to spend on watches. What is your list?
Rolex Oyster Perpetual 34mm in black ($6k)
Patek 5235 Regulator ($50k-ish)
keep rest of money to service the Patek lol
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[Rolex] OP39 on a cloudy day
This is a Rolex Oyster Perpetual 39 mm reference number 114300. I bought it as a Christmas present to myself a few years back. I was set to buy a 36 mm watch but a friend convinced me to go for the 39 mm OP as it would suit me better. First I was put off by the color options (white and black was introduced two years later I think) but after seeing in person I really liked it.
[SOTC] Oyster Perpetual 36 White
Hey Everyone,. After a whirlwind year of trying various watches, this Oyster Perpetual stands alone.
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Beautiful timepiece
If you’re unsure what size to get, the 39 is the way to go. The blue face is subtle, yet eye catching. Very happy with the quick arrival of purchase and would easily order a Rolex through Amazon again.
3 years ago
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