Super Diamond Rolex Datejust 116334 by TraxNYC

March 21, 2012 at 10:24 pm

Happy Spring everyone! Here at TraxNYC we are fully embracing the gorgeous New York weather outside. And aside from enjoying this fabulous weather, we are also enjoying the newest addition to our ever-popular (and growing) diamond Rolex collection.

The Rolex Date Just II, is fully-iced to say the least. Every possibly inch of this watch is encrusted. And when I say every possible inch I mean the entire band, the bezel is fully iced and the dial is completely decked out in diamonds. In total this watch is covered in a whopping 35.00 carats of white, round cut diamonds – making this particular Rolex one of the most exclusive watches…in the world! What more could you really ask for?

As many of you already know, Rolex is known around the world for its luxury status. And TraxNYC is known for its high quality merchandise, which is sold for a fraction of the cost because we believe that everyone should be able to enjoy the taste of luxury. (You can thank my boss for being so kind!)

The Date Just II is the newest addition to our collection and as amazing as it looks photographed, you should really see how marvelous it looks in person! Or even better, when you’re wearing it!

I’ve actually had the honor of seeing this gorgeous timepiece up close and let’s just say I’d be lying if I said I didn’t want Prince Charming to show up on his white horse…with this watch!

Mens watch or not, when Prince Charming decides to show up he either better be wearing this watch or have it wrapped up in some shiny, pretty wrapping paper for me. Because if by any chance he happens to show up without it, he certainly will not be part of my fairytale.

…Just kidding! Sheesh, what kind of a person do you think I am?

All jokes aside though, if you’re in the market for a watch that screams exclusivity, the Rolex Date Just II is the watch for you. The craftsmanship is impeccable. And if you were to say that you didn’t give this watch a second look, I’d say you were fibbing. Click Here to watch a video.