Rolex 17000 Oyster Quartz White Roman Dial / SS (25896)

25896 Rolex Datejust Oyster Quartz 17000, stainless steel on a stainless steel oyster bracelet, white Roman dial, quartz movement, date at 3 o clock, sweep seconds hand, sapphire crystal, water resistant, size 35.5mm, thickness 13.5mm, 6.4 Series (1980), Excellent Condition with European Watch Company pouch and warranty card.

$4,450
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More about Rolex 17000 Oyster Quartz White Roman Dial / SS

This is a stainless steel Rolex Datejust OysterQuartz 17000. It has an integral Rolex stainless steel bracelet with a double deployment clasp, and a scratch resistant sapphire crystal. There is a screw-down solid case back, and a screw down Twinlock winding crown. The 35.5mm solid three-body case, integral hooded lugs, bracelet, and angled bezel are polished/brushed. The dial is silver with applied faceted steel baton hour index markers, and luminous dot hour indices around a perimeter minute/seconds scale. It has steel baton hands with luminous inserts, and a center sweep seconds hand. There is a date aperture window at 3 o'clock underneath a Cyclops magnification bubble in the crystal. It's water resistant, and the 13.5mm thick case, dial, and movement are all signed. This Rolex Datejust OysterQuartz 17000 has a quartz automatic Rolex caliber 5035 OysterQuartz movement that's rhodium plated. It's constructed with 11 jewels, it's adjusted to temperature with analog thermocompensation, and it has a 32 khz oscillator.

This Rolex Datejust OysterQuartz 17000 was introduced in 1977. It required five years of engineering, development, and testing, and was the company's first completely in-house quartz movement. It ended its nearly 25-year run in 2001, and it remains one of the rarest regular production Rolex watches.