JOW (Just One Watch)
White dial versus another white dial, both Rolex but different
If you see these two white dials side by side you can really see the difference in white tones...see for yourself:
Sky white versus polar white, which one do you prefer?
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Because i want a watch with an enamel or grand fue white dial. But the Sky isn’t bad either. Champagne kind of silver/white dials i like, but own a good champagne dialed watch, an enamel and a grand fue white i do not have.
JOW, i have the same preference as u for the white dialed Explorer II. I do not have the watch, but i consider it to acquire. I know many watch fans loves black dialed watches. My preference for shiny objects comes with the light that can blink. Back to R...
The moniker JOW is more a wish than reality😬
I have tried, believe me I have tried to limit my collection to just one, but there are always new models coming out or older models I have a weak spot for, like amanico’s GMT Master, if only...
Both are cool..
Imho, both dials are unique, handsome, and different in their own way(s). I could easily see both pieces in a collection.
Sorry for interfering
in this dialog but since we are on Rolex dial color I wonder what is the correct name of the white tone on Rolex Cellini Moonphase? I have tried to find it on Rolex website as well as at a Rolex dealer but have failed everywere so what to do but turn to y...
I really have no idea Pelle and in all honesty, I believe that sky white and polar white are made up by Rolex fans and not official colours as far as I know.