The classic feminine watch

Rolex's classic feminine watch, the Lady-Datejust is in the lineage of the Datejust, the emblematic model that has been a byword for style and accurate timekeeping since its launch in 1945. The first women’s version of this date chronometer, the Lady-Datejust, appeared in the late 1950s, bringing the heritage of timeless elegance and functionality to a smaller size perfectly suited to a lady’s wrist.



An Elegant

The Rolex Lady-Datejust comes in a wealth of versions to perfectly reflect the different personalities of its wearers. The range of materials and colours of the Lady-Datejust is equalled only by the variety of bracelets and dials that add to its style.

The Lady-Datejust concentrates all of the attributes of the emblematic Rolex Datejust; the elegance of this gem for daily wear is enhanced by dials of subtle and shimmering colour and sparkling diamonds.



alchemy of
form and

The Jubilee, a supple and comfortable five-piece link metal bracelet, was designed and made especially for the launch of the Oyster Perpetual Datejust in 1945. It is always fitted with a Crownclasp, Rolex's elegant concealed clasp.

The Oyster bracelet is a perfect alchemy of form and function, aesthetics and technology. First introduced in the late 1930s, this particularly robust and comfortable metal bracelet with its broad, flat three-piece links remains the most universal bracelet in the Oyster collection.

The Lady-Datejust is offered on a prestigious President bracelet. Always in solid gold or platinum, the bracelets benefit from a concealed attachment beneath the bezel which ensures seamless visual continuity between the bracelet and case.

A new-generation concealed Crownclasp, opened with a hinged Rolex crown, adds the final aesthetic and functional touch to these sumptuous bracelets.

The calibre 2236 is a new-generation self-winding mechanical movement entirely developed and manufactured by Rolex. Fitted with a Syloxi hairspring in silicon, patented by Rolex, the movement of the Lady-Datejust offers a superlative level of chronometric performance.

Insensitive to magnetic fields, the Syloxi hairspring provides great stability in the face of temperature variations and remains up to 10 times more precise than a traditional hairspring in case of shocks. Its patented geometry ensures its regularity in any position.


Rolex and
women in
the 20th


A watch for every circumstance

Women have played an integral role in Rolex’s history from the very beginning, when forward-thinking founder Hans Wilsdorf considered the needs of both men and women in the brand’s earliest watches. He highlighted the accomplishments of formidable women pioneers and adventurers in Rolex advertising. The chronometer was “a landmark”. Now women had watches with certified accuracy.

1927 - The birth of the Testimonee concept

The success of the Oyster published in the Daily Mail


Rolex combines glamour and precision


The first Lady-Datejust

1970s - Dame Kiri Te Kanawa

The first Rolex Testimonee in the arts, captivates audiences worldwide

1990s - Deep-ocean explorer Sylvia Earle

A pioneering oceanographer and Rolex Testimonee

1997 - Sylvie Guillem, ballerina

One of the most acclaimed dancers of her generation

Every Rolex
Tells a Story

Sylvia Earle


the Lady-Datejust

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