The history of the Datejust Oysterquartz dates to the beginning of the 1970s. The design of the watch is far removed from the classic Rolex line and carved characteristics of the period: a completely angular case, an integrated band with a polished finish and sapphire glass. Regarding the materials used to make this watch, the whole range consisted of three versions: gold, steel with white gold bezel and steel and yellow gold. The era of the Rolex quartz watch ended in 2001, having lasted less than three decades.
The history of Rolex goes back to 1905 where Hans Wilsdorf & Alfred Davis started to produce watches. In 1908 the registered the name Rolex, this is where the it all started. The quality of the watches quickly became known. In 1926 the started with the first waterproof watch ever made. Step by step, Rolex introduced new models that meet the highest specifications.