|Condition: (What's This?)||Excellent|
|Model Name/Number:||Oyster Perpetual 176200|
|Serial/Year:||Random - 2011 or Newer|
|Movement:||Automatic 2231 movement, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, waterproof screw-down crown|
|Case:||Stainless steel w/ smooth bezel (26mm), inner reflector ring engraved w/ serial number|
|Dial:||Pink w/ luminous Index and silver Arabic numerals at 3, 6, 9|
|Bracelet:||Stainless steel Oyster w/ Oysterclasp|
|Box & Papers:||Rolex box, booklets, and papers (warranty card dated 2/2018)|
|Comments:||This Ladies Rolex Datejust comes with Bob's 3-day satisfaction guarantee and one year warranty. Temporary master photo. All side views are of actual watch and magnify 10x.|
The ladies Oyster Perpetual has been one of the brand's most successful women's models, offering the same classic style as the original OP as well as waterproofness, a reliable reading, and a feminine hold on the wrist. The ref. 176200 came to market sometime around 2011, bringing with it a bold Oyster case with broader lugs and a smooth, high-polish bezel. The steel finish pairs nicely with a pink dial topped with a luminous display, creating a striking and beautiful statement piece that can be worn daily, to the office, or out on the town. As a newer secondhand Rolex, this ladies dress reference 176200 also boasts a COSC certified calibre 2231 perpetual movement, an Oystersteel finish, a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, and a secured Oysterclasp.
*All Pre-Owned Rolex watches are guaranteed to be 100% genuine and certified authentic. Certificates are issued by WatchCSA, the industry's leading independent authority on watch authentication. WatchCSA Certified Pre-Owned certificates are provided for an additional fee at checkout. All watches are shipped to fit the average size wrist (7 1/4" - 7 1/2" for men and 6 1/4" - 6 1/2" for women). Additional links can be purchased if needed.
Watch is in nice condition except for the crown. It looks like someone tried to screw/unscrew it with pliers as it is all chewed up. There is also an indentation in the case just above the crown where it was presumably impacted by the same set of pliers.
Looks brand new