At Baselworld 2015, Rolex introduced four new 39-mm watches in the Cellini Time collection. Cellini is Rolex’s dress watch, and with these new models it just got dressier, in white or Everose gold, with (for the first time for Cellini) a single or double diamond-set bezel. The versions with single diamond-set bezel has a row of 62 diamonds, with pink or rhodium dials; the double bezel combines a row of 96 smaller diamonds with a line of Rolex fluting. The watches cost about £13,900 for the versions with the smaller diamonds and double bezel, and about £15,300 for the versions with larger diamonds and single bezel. Below, the double bezel, combining diamonds and Rolex fluting:
Cellini is a dress watch, and so the 39-mm case doesn’t have the water-resistance of the Oyster case: it is rated at 50 metres. It has a domed screw-down caseback, and a screw-down crown with the Rolex emblem. The movement is an in-house automatic movement, with COSC certification, Blue Parachrom hairspring for magnetic resistance, and it runs at 28,800 vph (4 Hertz). Power reserve about 48 hours. The watches have alligator straps with pin buckle.
Cellini time 50609 RBR
18-carat white gold, double bezel set with 96 diamonds, black lacquer dial with 11 diamond-set hour markers, price approx. £13,900.
Cellini time 50709 RBR
18-carat white gold, bezel set with 62 diamonds, rhodium dial, price approx. £15,300.
Cellini time 50705 RBR
18-carat Everose gold, bezel set with 62 diamonds, pink dial, price approx. £15,300.
Cellini time 50605 RBR
18-carat Everose gold, double bezel set with 96 diamonds, black lacquer dial with 11 diamond-set hour markers, price approx. £13,900.