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    Rolex Bezels and Bracelets

    I don't see many smooth bezeled watches on Jubilee bracelets. Is it that they are not favoured cosmetically or is the any other reasons?

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    Jubilee bracelets and fluted bezels are well suited. I have seen plain bezels with jubilee bracelets but think they are better suited to oyster bracelets.

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    Its a combination I like very much, particularly with a rhodium dial.

    Only downside I see is a highly polished smooth bezel can pick up and show marks easily. The good thing is it's a cheapy cheap replacement come service time.


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    Tried them all but smooth and jubilee was the best for me.

    If you want to shout “l’m wearing a rolex” then go for fluted.


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    I find this quite difficult. The smooth bezel looks 'younger' , cleaner and more modern' the gold, fluted, bezel catches the light wonderfully, and really sparkles in sunshine.

    Overall, I think my favourite is smooth bezel with the Jubilee....for me, the nicest bracelet Rolex make. So comfortable.
    And dial colour.... blue is attractive, but rhodium is the king.


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    Quote Originally Posted by paskinner View Post
    I find this quite difficult. The smooth bezel looks 'younger' , cleaner and more modern' the gold, fluted, bezel catches the light wonderfully, and really sparkles in sunshine.

    Overall, I think my favourite is smooth bezel with the Jubilee....for me, the nicest bracelet Rolex make. So comfortable.
    And dial colour.... blue is attractive, but rhodium is the king.


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    I think the fluted bezel is a bit blingy and I cannot justify the price hike when compared to the smooth steel bezel model. For me its the smooth bezel and anthacite dial combination.

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