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Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz


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Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17000
C$7,874
+ C$109 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
Buckley Roman White dial
C$7,117
+ C$330 for shipping
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17014
C$8,567
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17013
C$5,803
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Matt Black Dial | Perfect Condition | 17000 (1980)
C$8,915
+ C$223 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17000
C$8,283
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Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
36mm Steel Black Dial Leather Watch 17000 Circa 1978
C$6,425
+ C$69 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
Chronometer Datejust Quartz Yellow Gold Steel Watch 17013 1986
C$8,912
+ C$164 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
only watch
C$7,191
+ C$599 for shipping
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17013
C$6,743
+ C$599 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17000 circa 1980's
C$9,534
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Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17013
C$5,251
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Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17000
C$6,909
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rare black Dial
C$9,588
+ C$300 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
Never Polished
C$7,342
+ C$133 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
1986 Datejust 17013 Champagne Diamond Dial TT Oyster Quartz No Papers 36mm
C$8,290
+ C$138 for shipping
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17000
C$8,974
+ C$111 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
Never Polished
C$8,241
+ C$300 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17013 Pre-Owned Watch Only
C$7,945
+ C$173 for shipping
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17013 Two Tone 1982
C$8,840
+ C$148 for shipping
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Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17000
C$4,930
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Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
Vintage “Datejust 17013 Buckley” Oysterquartz
C$11,745
+ C$109 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
Rare Datejust Oysterquartz LC100 Service 22
C$14,233
+ C$300 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
18k Yellow Gold and Steel 36mm Watch 17013
C$9,396
+ C$207 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
1992 Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz 17013 Unpolished complete collector set box & papers
C$14,508
+ C$104 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
36mm Champagne Dial 1985
C$7,598
+ C$137 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
SS / Gold 18kt N Serie Beautiful Dial Rolex warranty
C$8,541
+ C$193 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
ref.17013 Never polished - Top condition
C$6,591
+ C$300 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17000
C$8,765
+ C$150 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
Stahl Gold 36mm Quarz 17013
C$6,441
+ C$88 for shipping

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Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17014
C$10,488
+ C$300 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17013
C$7,323
+ C$109 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17000
C$14,834
+ C$133 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
2000 Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz 17013 Unpolished in like NOS condition
C$15,890
+ C$104 for shipping
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17000
C$6,743
+ C$193 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
Buckley Dial 2 Years Warranty New Service Excellent Condition
C$8,241
+ C$749 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
Reference 17014 Vintage 1980s Quartz Blue Dial 36mm
C$8,013
+ C$109 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17013 Silver Dial Sharp Case UNPOLISHED Papers
C$8,526
+ C$343 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17000 mark 1 rare
C$7,105
+ C$257 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17000 R-Serial - Serviced with Box and Papers
C$11,776
+ C$136 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
White 17000
C$8,690
+ C$150 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
White Buckley 36mm Quartz Date Watch Stainless 17000
C$5,932
+ C$413 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
1985 Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz 17013 Unpolished in mint condition
C$17,272
+ C$104 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17000
C$7,811
+ C$229 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
36mm Full Set steel & gold acciaio oro
C$10,189
+ C$599 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17000 w Papers
C$9,363
+ C$212 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
Black Dial [Fullset]
C$14,759
+ C$247 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
ref 17013 with long bracelet
C$8,748
+ C$143 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
Prima serie
C$9,739
+ C$450 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17000
C$10,189
+ C$300 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
ROMAN
C$8,016
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Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
1986 Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz 17013 Steel and Gold Unpolished
C$7,047
+ C$104 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
Herrenuhr 17013
C$8,076
+ C$225 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17013
C$7,448
Excl. shipping
Private Seller
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
Blue Dial 36mm Quartz
C$8,226
+ C$73 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17013
C$7,642
+ C$135 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17000
C$7,716
+ C$103 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
Stahl Gold Herrenuhr Ref 17013
C$6,578
+ C$298 for shipping
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17000
C$8,990
Excl. shipping
Private Seller
Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz
17013 Vintage 80s Quartz Two Tone Champagne Dial 36mm.
C$7,045
+ C$109 for shipping

Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz: Precise Technology

The Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz is an interesting model in the celebrated Datejust collection. With a case size of 36 mm and an integrated bracelet, this model makes for a fashionable unisex watch. The quartz movement also guarantees high precision.

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Ultra-Precise Datejust

The Datejust is one of Rolex's most popular and extensive collections. One model that flies under the radar of the masses is the Datejust Oysterquartz, which in turn makes it one of the most interesting watches in this series.

Rolex launched the Datejust Oysterquartz at the same time as the Oysterquartz-powered Day-Date in 1977. The 36-mm watch is slightly barrel-shaped and, therefore, much more angular than watches with standard Oyster cases. Another stand-out feature is the integrated bracelet; it's clear that Rolex took inspiration from classic sports watches like the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak here.

The dial, on the other hand, is identical to that found on the mechanical Datejust. The same applies to the bezel, which is available in a polished or fluted version. As is customary for the industry giant, the former is made of stainless steel, while Rolex uses white or yellow gold for its fluted bezels. The case of the Datejust Oysterquartz is made exclusively of stainless steel.

The in-house caliber 5035 ticks away inside the case. This movement has held chronometer certification since 1981, meaning it only deviates from the reference time by a maximum of +/- 0.2 seconds per day. The 5035 is beautifully finished, which sets it apart from conventional quartz movements.

Reasons to Buy a Datejust Oysterquartz

  • Ultra-precise Oysterquartz caliber with chronometer certification
  • Integrated bracelet
  • Stainless steel and two-tone editions
  • 36-mm case perfect for men and women

How much does a Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz cost?

Reference number Price (approx.) Bezel, dial
17013 4,000 USD Fluted yellow gold, gold with diamond indices
17013 5,200 USD Fluted yellow gold, black with baton indices
17000 6,500 USD Polished stainless steel, white with Roman numerals
17014 7,000 USD Fluted white gold, silver with baton indices
17014 8,000 USD Fluted white gold, blue with baton indices
17000 8,500 USD Polished stainless steel, black with baton indices

Price Overview: Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz

The most affordable Datejust Oysterquartz is the two-tone ref. 17013. The average price for this model comes in at around 5,300 USD, but it is possible to find examples for closer to 4,000 USD.

If the two-tone look doesn't appeal to you, you can opt for one of the two monochrome references. Models with a polished stainless steel bezel (ref. 17000) run between 6,400 and 8,800 USD, depending on the exact version and the watch's condition. If you're interested in the ref. 17014 with a fluted white gold bezel, you can expect to spend between 6,200 and 8,100 USD.


About the Datejust Oysterquartz

The Datejust Oysterquartz was in production for almost 25 years. In this time, Rolex released three different references: the fully stainless steel ref. 17000; the two-tone ref. 17013, which features a yellow gold bezel and crown, as well as gold middle links on the bracelet; and the ref. 17014, which features a white gold bezel. The ref. 17000 is the only model in this series to feature a polished bezel, the two other references boast a fluted bezel, a classic design choice from Rolex.

Another difference between the ref. 17000 and the two other models is the bracelet. While the references 17013 and 17014 are paired with a five-piece link bracelet fashioned in the popular Jubilee style, the ref. 17000 comes on a three-piece link Oyster bracelet. However, unlike the conventional Jubilee or Oyster bands, the Datejust Oysterquartz bracelets appear much more linear, which is due to the somewhat unusual case shape of these Oysterquartz watches.

The angular cases are barrel-shaped with distinctive lines. The bracelets are integrated into the case, giving the timepieces that typical 70s sports watch flair. Rolex uses scratch-resistant sapphire crystal to protect the dial, which is equipped with the Datejust's characteristic date magnifier at the 3 o'clock position.

As with all Oyster models, the Datejust Oysterquartz is well armed against moisture penetration. Models from the first few years of production are water-resistant to 50 m (5 bar, 164 ft), while watches produced after 1980 have a depth rating of 100 m (10 bar, 328 ft) thanks to their Twinlock crown.

Dial Designs for the Datejust Oysterquartz

There are many different dial configurations to choose from when selecting your Datejust Oysterquartz. Black or white lacquered dials have a particularly classic feel and are available for all three references. If you prefer sunburst dials, you can pick between silver, champagne, or blue. The two-tone watches are also available with a gold dial.

No matter which dial color you opt for, you can take your pick from a number of different hour markers, including narrow baton indices, Roman numerals, and even diamonds.


The Oysterquartz Caliber 5035

The caliber 5035 ticks away inside the Datejust Oysterquartz. This movement was in development for five whole years, resulting in a mechanism that was very advanced for its time. The Rolex engineers used the mechanical caliber 3035 as a basis for the newer quartz movement, leaving the gear train for the time display virtually untouched. However, this is not moved by a balance wheel, but rather by a specially developed stepping motor, which in turn is controlled by a quartz crystal.

What's more, the movement is thermocompensated, meaning it has a small sensor that permanently monitors whether the quartz has changed its frequency due to temperature fluctuations and corrects it if necessary.

Rolex did not initially have the caliber 5035 certified as a chronometer. It wasn't until 1981, when the brand unveiled a second generation known as the Mark II, that the caliber received the title. This version has a quartz crystal in the shape of a tuning fork, and thus offers an optimized rate of oscillation. The movement passed the COSC test, which allows a maximum deviation of +/- 0.2 seconds per day, with flying colors. You can easily tell whether a watch has a caliber from the Mark I or Mark II series by the inscription on the dial: If only the word "Oysterquartz" appears at 6 o'clock, it is a Datejust with a Mark I caliber. On Mark II models, however, you'll find the two-line inscription "Superlative Chronometer, Officially Certified" in the same position.

In addition to its technical sophistication, the caliber 5035 is also a feast for the eyes. All surfaces are refined and partially decorated with ornamental engravings, which makes the movement look more like a mechanical caliber at first glance. Unfortunately, in true Rolex fashion, the movement is hidden behind the watch's stainless steel case back.