Rolex Day-Date 18239B 'Tridor'
|CASE DIMENSION:||36 mm|
|CASE MATERIAL:||18K white gold|
Champagne dial with factory-set diamond hour markers
|BEZEL||Fluted 18k yellow gold|
|BRACELET||Tridor president bracelet, rose-, yellow-, and white gold|
|CLASP||President concealed crownclasp|
|CALIBER||3155 double quick set|
|OTHER||Very full set with original papers, brochure and Rolex service papers pouch|
This Rolex Day-Date 18239b Tridor with an 18k white gold case and crown mixed with an 18k yellow gold fluted bezel comes with the classic champagne factory set diamond dial. The watch dates back to 1991 and houses the Rolex caliber 3155 movement with a double quickset function. The watch is in excellent condition with a very sharp case, the President bracelet executed in two 18k white-gold outer links and a center link that consists of alternating bands of rose-, yellow-, and white gold with hardly any stretch and the iconic concealed clasp.
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The Rolex tridor, a highly unusual Rolex that features all three shades of 18K gold: yellow, white and rose.
A Rolex tridor watch case is made from 18k white gold, combined with a yellow gold fluted bezel and crown. The president bracelet makes the tridor really tri-gold, where the centerlinks are made of Rosegold, yellow gold and white gold.
In the 1980’s mixing the three colors of gold was considered chique and used often in Jewelry, Rolex followed the trend with the introduction of the Tridor. With their steel/gold Rolesor, the metals are fully blended and mixed, Rolex made a very distinctive design with the straight lined of the different golds in the president bracelets.
With the tridor it is, 'Love it or hate it’. It was produced from the 1980’s and discontinued in the early 2000’s, it is definitely distinct and it stood out among the rest.
The models made in the tridor configurations are, the Day-Date 36mm, Datejust 31 and the Lady-Datejust 26mm.