At Baselworld 2016, Rolex made a few ripples in their current line-up without making any big splashes. Most predictable was the Daytona Ceramic. Still 40mm but with much needed scratchproof bezel. The etchings are done in platinum PVD as with other Cerachrom bezels. For years, the hardest part about wearing (or selling) a Cosmograph Daytona was the high-polish ring around the dial. It seems to scratch by looking at it and can’t be polished without risk of wearing away the tachymeter scale. No more worries there! Along with the new reference, you’ll also get the new Superlative Chronometer Certification. Rolex established this designation in 2015 and backs it by a beefy 5 year warranty. To sum it up, the crown’s new standard is seeking to go beyond the traditional COSC, offering -2/+2 seconds per day timekeeping – more than two times the current standard in Switzerland. Expect live pics and video. Model Number: 116500LN Movement: Rolex caliber 4130 Configurations: White dial/black bezel, black dial/black bezel Price: ~$12,000 USD (TBD) Official e-brochure Shop Rolex Daytona One Response Rolex Watch Time Setting Crown Direction Watch Movement | CaliberCorner.com June 7, 2017 […] Daytona […] Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of followup comments via e-mail.