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  • Rolex Datejust II vs Cartier Roadster (116300) (W62001V3) Watch Review

    Roadster (W62001V3) features a 35mm x 39mm & Datejust II (116300) features a 41mm/12mm thick/ 49.5mm L2L
    Nov 16, 2019

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    The Cartier Roadster (W62001V3) features a 35mm x 39mm stainless steel case surrounding a grey dial on a stainless steel bracelet with folding buckle. Functions of this Cartier Roadster Automatic include quick release bracelet, 100-meter water resistance, hours, minutes, seconds and date. This Cartier watch also measures 10mm in thickness and 52.6mm from lug-to-lug.

    The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust II (116300) features a 41mm stainless steel case surrounding a black dial on a stainless steel Oyster bracelet with folding buckle. Functions of this Rolex Datejust include COSC Swiss chronometer certification, 100-meter water resistance, hours, minutes, seconds and date. This Rolex watch also measures 12mm in thickness and 49.5mm from lug-to-lug.






    CASE SIZE
    39mm x 34.5mm
    BAND MATERIAL
    Stainless Steel
    REFERENCE NUMBER
    W62001V3
    DIAL COLOR
    Grey
    MATERIAL
    Stainless Steel
    MANUFACTURED IN
    Switzerland
    STYLE
    Casual
    COMPLICATION
    Date
    HOURS MARKERS
    Arabic Numerals
    WATER RESISTANCE
    100m
    BUCKLE TYPE
    Folding Buckle
    CASEBACK
    Solid
    WATCH SHAPE
    Tonneau
    BAND COLOR
    Silver
    MOVEMENT
    Mechanical (Automatic)



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  • #2
    I'd be happy with either one! Thanks for posting this up, Mike.

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