The Rolex Cosmograph Daytona ref. 116500LN is one of the brand’s most coveted watches. Even though it was launched in 2016, it still takes a while to get a brand new piece from retailers. That’s why the pre-owned market for this watch is booming. Even so, pre-owned Rolex Daytona 116500LN watches are priced not too far from their original price, and sometimes even more expensive. A closer look at each of the watch’s parts will surely tell you why it is such a worthy piece to own. watches
There is so much to love about both dials and, in all honestly, it is hard to choose between the two. They are both wonderful timepieces and it’s hard to pick just one if you have to pick one. The best way to know what is better for you is to see it in person and know which one appeals to you more.
With the change on the bezel, some people expected the layout to change as well. However, Rolex has retained the layout of the chronograph. The chronograph’s 30-minute sub-dial is located at 3 o’clock. In addition, the indicator for the running seconds is located at 6 o’clock. At the same time, you get a 12-hour counter at 9 o’clock.
Powering the replica Rolex Cosmonaut Daytona 116500LN is the Rolex Manufacture caliber 4130, the first in-house movement ever made by the brand. It is a self-winding mechanical chronograph movement that has been used in Rolex Daytona watches since 2000. The use of this movement marked the launch of the third generation of Daytona watches.
The great thing about the Rolex Calibre 4130 is that it is a monolithic workhorse. This means that it has fewer components and more reliable performance. The oscillator of this movement is equipped with the brand’s blue Parachrom hairspring. It is incredibly resistant to magnets. Therefore, it is a great choice when you are over a magnetic field. It is also resistant to any fluctuations in temperature, as well as shocks. Even if the temperature suddenly drops or rises, it remains very accurate. The accuracy of this movement is about +2/-2 seconds per day. This means that the movement is a certified chronometer.
With a power reserve of 72 hours, it is a very good watch to keep around. It remains faithful to its status as a timepiece made for racetracks and elsewhere.