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Why bimetallic watches are coming back in vogue

Whether in two tones or a subtle juxtaposition of similarly hued metals, timepieces with metallic exteriors are getting a lot more than just a second look.

  • Rolex Datejust 41

    01: FINE FRAME

    Continuing a tradition that began in 1933, the latest Datejust 41 by Rolex features the use of Rolesor – the company’s term for the combination of steel and gold on a watch. Done in white Rolesor, the watch shown here brings together a white gold-fluted bezel, with a middle case and bracelet in steel. It’s powered by Rolex’s energy-efficient automatic Calibre 3235.

PHOTOGRAPHY Tan Wei Te
ART DIRECTION Jean Yap

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