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Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
19018
RM60,185
+ RM466 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
36 Ref.19018 Oysterquartz
RM98,389
+ RM309 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
„Green-Diamond-Vignette“ Ref. 19018
RM99,383
+ RM1,889 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
19018
RM83,735
+ RM1,308 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
1978 Day-Date Oysterquartz 19018 Champagne Dial 18kt President 36mm
RM58,525
+ RM485 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
President 36MM Champagne Dial 18K Yellow Gold 19018
RM64,843
+ RM779 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
Yellow Gold - Baguette Champagne Dial - 36MM - Full Set 1988 - 19018
RM77,978
+ RM785 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
Pyramid Dial
RM73,268
Free shipping
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19018
RM60,185
+ RM2,617 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
Rare R Serial LC200
RM73,263
+ RM1,047 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
19018 LC100 Papiere Gelb Gold 36mm
RM83,207
+ RM309 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
19018
RM83,735
+ RM1,308 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
19018
RM67,647
+ RM534 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
President Black Dial 18K Yellow Gold 19018 Fluted Bezel
RM58,770
Free shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
36mm 18k Gold Champagne Dial
RM59,744
+ RM632 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
1979 Day-Date Oysterquartz 19018 Champagne Dial 18kt President 36mm
RM59,749
+ RM485 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
19018
RM68,030
+ RM1,460 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
Yellow Gold 18kt Like mint Unpolished with papers - oro giallo
RM91,585
+ RM675 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
Champagne Dial Yellow Gold
RM82,427
+ RM1,047 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
en or jaune Ref: Rolex - 19018
RM80,752
+ RM471 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
36 Top Condition with Orig. Papers with RARE PYRAMID DIAL
RM88,916
+ RM1,047 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
Yellowgold | Diamond Dial | Unpolished | Box and Papers | 1984
RM104,146
+ RM1,303 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
Yellow gold 18K black dial with original box & paper unpolished
RM86,352
+ RM942 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
rare "cream Dial"
RM78,496
+ RM1,047 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
19018
RM54,804
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Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
18K YG Yellow Gold Oysterquartz Gold Dial 19018
RM55,961
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Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
19018
RM86,352
+ RM628 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
19018
RM67,071
Excl. shipping
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Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
Ref. 19028 - Full Set - Really Rare
RM186,525
+ RM2,611 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
19018
RM78,502
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Oyster Day-Date Oysterquarz 19018 18k full set
RM74,315
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19018
RM78,360
+ RM485 for shipping
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Rare Day-Date Oysterquartz LC100 Black Dia Dial
RM125,597
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19019
RM117,539
+ RM735 for shipping
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19018
RM81,118
+ RM785 for shipping
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Champagne Tapestry Dial 18ct Y/G 36mm 19018 (1991)
RM66,355
+ RM510 for shipping
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Pyramid dial in mint condition 1980’s 36mm gold model
RM88,969
+ RM628 for shipping
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(Milano) 2 Year Warranty & Certified Authenticity
RM86,352
+ RM2,617 for shipping
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BJ.1986
RM61,231
+ RM890 for shipping
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18Kt. Gelbgold aus 1986
RM83,473
+ RM2,088 for shipping
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19018
RM84,410
+ RM938 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
36
RM92,894
+ RM1,041 for shipping
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18K Gold Ref.19018
RM61,755
+ RM361 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
36 Oysterquartz 18k Gold „Red-Degrade-Diamond-Dial“ Ref. 19048
RM73,216
+ RM1,889 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
1984 Rolex OysterQuartz Day-Date President Champagne 18K Yellow Gold Watch 19018
RM57,756
+ RM2,444 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
19048
RM67,511
+ RM314 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
Service 21
RM156,998
+ RM1,047 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
Diamond Dial Ref.19018N
RM72,222
+ RM890 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
19018
RM76,304
+ RM518 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
19018
RM63,177
+ RM784 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
1981 Day-Date Oysterquartz Vintage
RM77,639
+ RM457 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
19018 Gelbgold 750 Diamanten
RM83,735
+ RM1,308 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
19018
RM91,339
+ RM652 for shipping
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Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
19019
RM141,303
Excl. shipping
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Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
President 36mm Champagne Dial 18K Yellow Gold 19018
RM68,565
+ RM485 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
Rare Day-Date Oysterquartz LC100 Wood Dial
RM130,831
+ RM1,047 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
36MM Yellow Gold Black Dial Papers Like New 19018 2005
RM78,502
+ RM523 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
ref.19018N (Rolex service 2022)
RM94,202
+ RM1,047 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
bronze myriad dial Full Set RARE
RM128,219
+ RM785 for shipping
Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz
19018
RM97,865
+ RM1,047 for shipping

Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz

The Day-Date Oysterquartz is the quartz-powered alternative to the conventional Day-Date. This watch has one the most elegant quartz calibers ever. Thanks to its integrated band, the timepiece manages to wed Day-Date chic with 70s charm.

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Classic Rolex With a Quartz Caliber

The Day-Date Oysterquartz is one of the few Rolex models equipped with a quartz movement. The timepiece made its debut in 1977 and remained in the Genevan luxury watch manufacturer's catalog until the early 2000s.

For the most part, Rolex employed the same dial design and bezel as the mechanical Day-Date. But with its 36-mm tonneau-shaped case and integrated band, this watch is worlds apart from its mechanical sibling. For this model, Rolex borrowed heavily from other 1970s sports watches, in particular the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak and IWC Ingenieur.

Just like the standard Day-Date editions, Rolex issues the Oysterquartz only in precious metals – in this case, 18-karat yellow or white gold. Some references are even decorated with diamonds or other gemstones.

The real star of the Day-Date Oysterquartz, however, is behind the scenes: the in-house caliber 5055, which is chronometer-certified and recognized as one of the best, most innovative quartz movements ever developed.

Reasons to Buy a Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz

  • Precise, innovative quartz movement with day-date function
  • Combines the Day-Date look with that of 1970s sports models
  • Available in yellow or white gold
  • Perfect unisex watch at 36 mm

How much does a Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz cost?

Reference number Price (approx.) Material, dial, bezel
19168 Octopus 180,000 USD Yellow gold, gold, baguette-cut diamonds
19019 30,000 USD White gold, champagne, fluted
19028 29,700 USD Yellow gold, black, pyramid-shaped
19048 25,900 USD Yellow gold, gold, diamond-set
19018 17,300 USD Yellow gold, wood dial, fluted
19018 15,400 USD Yellow gold, white, fluted

Price Overview: Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz

Rolex produced myriad editions of the Day-Date Oysterquartz over the course its nearly 25-year production run. The price spectrum is thus broad, and ranges from around 12,600 to well over 150,000 USD. At the lower end of that range, you'll find simple yellow gold models with the reference number 19018, while rarer white gold editions with the reference number 19019 cost between 23,000 and 30,000 USD.

Prices for watches with the ref. 19028 with a pyramid pattern on the bezel and bracelet sit at approximately 30,000 USD.

You can expect to make a significant leap upward in expenditure if the bezel, dial, and/or bracelet are set with diamonds or other gems. The ref. 19168 on an Octopus bracelet is the front-runner here, demanding prices of up to 180,000 USD. The watch sports diamonds on the dial, bezel, and individual bracelet links.


The Day-Date Oysterquartz 19018/19019 in Detail

Timepieces with the reference numbers 19018 (yellow gold) and 19019 (white gold) are the most common Rolex Day-Date Oysterquartz variants. Thanks to features like a fluted bezel and a clean dial with fully written-out days of the week at 12 and the date at 3 o'clock, these watches are immediately recognizable as Day-Date models. However, the tonneau-shaped, slightly angular case and integrated bracelet make it clear that this is no "ordinary" Day-Date.

It's rumored that the case design of the Day-Date Oysterquartz originates from the pen of star designer Gérald Genta. Given its indisputable resemblance to the Royal Oak and Co., the rumor isn't entirely unjustified. However, the connection has never been confirmed. The Day-Date Oysterquartz also wasn't the first watch to feature this case design. Rolex had utilized this shape two years earlier for the Oyster Perpetual ref. 1530 and Datejust ref. 1630. However, both these watches were produced in such small numbers and for so short a time that they were quickly forgotten.

The Oysterquartz refs. 19018 and 19019 come with an array of different dial colors. If you prefer something classic, take a look at the sunburst dials in black, white, champagne, or blue. If you want something more exotic, you may fancy a watch with a wooden dial, for which Rolex employs mahogany, walnut, or birch, among others.

Prices for the 19018 and 19019

Yellow gold models with the reference number 19018 tend to be somewhat more affordable than their white gold counterparts with the reference number 19019. A 19018 with a white dial costs approximately 12,600 USD on Chrono24, while the white gold variant will set you back about 15,400 USD.

With other dial colors, the yellow gold edition costs around 17,300 USD, while the white gold model requires an investment of between 23,000 and 30,000 USD.


Oysterquartz Ref. 19028 With a Pyramid Bezel

The Day-Date Oysterquartz 19028 is essentially identical to the 19018, but with a slight twist: The bezel is not fluted but features a pyramid pattern instead. This pattern is carried over onto the middle links of the bracelet, thereby lending the watch a unique look.

Just like the 19018, the Day-Date Oysterquartz 19028 is available with a black, white, or champagne-colored sunburst dial, but adds textured and gold to the range of dial options.

Depending on the model, a Day-Date Oysterquartz 19028 in good condition costs between 24,800 and 29,900 USD.


Day-Date Oysterquartz with Diamonds

Nine of Rolex's twelve Day-Date Oysterquartz references shine in a very special way: They're refined with diamonds. This how the reference number 19038, for example, immediately sets itself apart from the 19028. The former features diamond hour markers, and there are twelve more diamonds on the pyramid-patterned bezel that correspond to the diamond hour markers on the dial. The price point for this watch sits at around 10,000 USD.

Timepieces with the reference number 19048 are the diamond-studded variants of the ref. 19018, replete with diamond indices and a diamond-encrusted bezel. Plan to spend approximately 26,000 USD on this watch.

The real star of the line is the so-called “Octopus” ref. 19168. This Day-Date Oysterquartz model features baguette-cut diamonds on the bezel, as well as a baguette-cut gem on every middle link of the bracelet. There is also a brilliant-cut gem with a conical setting on each of the outer links. The Day-Date Oysterquartz Octopus is extremely rare and highly-coveted by collectors, making it by far one of the most valuable watches in the collection. In September 2022, prices for this timepiece ranged from 120,000 to 180,000 USD on Chrono24.


The Oysterquartz Caliber: In a League of Its Own

The Day-Date Oysterquartz is powered by the caliber 5055 from 1977. Together with its twin, the caliber 5035 (which only features a date function), this is the first and only quartz movement developed and produced by Rolex. Using the legendary Swiss quartz caliber Beta 21 as a guide, it took engineers at Rolex five whole years to build the movement. The Beta 21 was developed in 1972 by the Centre Electronique Horloger (CEH), a consortium made up of Patek Philippe, Audemars Piguet, Omega, IWC, Rolex, and others. Rolex incorporated the movement into the reference 5100, known as "The Texan," but neither the watch nor the movement met with much success, and they were discontinued shortly after release.

One of the disadvantages of the Beta 21 was its size. To accommodate the movement, "The Texan" required a rather globular 40-mm case, which was not only enormous for a watch of that era, but also a far cry from the elegance of the then typical Rolex Oyster case. That's why Rolex developed the caliber 5055 based on the automatic caliber 3055, the movement inside the "normal" Day-Date. Simply put, Rolex replaced the barrel with a battery and the balance wheel with a quartz crystal and stepping motor combination. The gear train and pallet fork, however, remained more or less untouched. In addition, a temperature sensor was added to keep the frequency of the quartz crystal constant during sharp temperature changes, thus ensuring optimum performance. The movement therefore functions as a chronometer at almost all temperatures, a fact confirmed by the Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute, the COSC. For a quartz watch, this means a maximum deviation of +/- 0.2 seconds per day.

As with all Rolex calibers, the bridges and plates on the 5055 are finished with Geneva stripes and other decorative elements. This lends the caliber an elegance not seen in other quartz movements. Unfortunately, as typical of Rolex watches, the movement is hidden from view by a metal case back.