Daytona with Diamonds 116589TBR

  • Collection: Cosmograph Daytona
  • Model reference: 116589TBR
  • Case/Size: White gold, 40mm
  • Dial: Set with Diamonds
  • Movement: Automatic-winding
  • Functions: Hours, minutes and Chronograph
  • Specificity: Bezel and dial set with diamonds
  • Condition:  Brand New
  • Collection: Cosmograph Daytona
  • Model Reference: 116589TBR
  • Case/Size: White Gold / 40mm
  • Dial: Set with Diamonds
  • Movement: Automatic winding
  • Functions: Hours, Minutes, Chronograph
  • Specificity: Bezel and dial set with diamonds
  • Condition / Year: Brand New / 2022
  • Box / Papers: Yes / Yes
  • Price: Upon Request
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The Daytona story began like a love story with racecar drivers, one of the most successful drivers used to wear Rolex watches was Sir Malcom Campbell who set many speed records in Europe and in a Florida city called Daytona Beach, he attracted the attention of Rolex and became their ambassador.

In 1955 version, the Reference 6234, was labeled the “Rolex Chronograph” a pre-Daytona model.
The birth, in 1963 the Rolex Chronograph reference 6239 with a tachometer scale engrave on the bezel to enhance readability of the dial was released, incredibly the initial name Rolex used was “Le Mans”, another famous racetrack based in France.  It’s only by 1965 that the *Daytona* name started to be printed on the dial of the 6239. Surprisingly the Daytona wasn’t a success back then, despite celebrities like Paul Newman endorsing it.

Eventually the model became popular and a more modern version was released in 1988 using an automatic Zenith “El Primero” modified movement, the reference 16520 (steel), reference 16523 (in steel and gold) and reference 16528 (in yellow gold).  Main difference was the case size of 40mm, 3mm bigger than its predecessor and the adoption of a sapphire crystal to replace the Plexiglas.  The limited supply helped the watch achieve a cult status.

By 2000, Rolex started to use an in-house movement on the new 116500 series, it remained the most sought after model.
In 2013 the Daytona Cosmograph Platinum (reference 116506) created by Rolex to commemorate fifty years from the launch of its most celebrated watch. And finally in 2016 the steel Daytona was refreshed with a new black ceramic bezel the 116500LN series.
With each release, the Daytona reinforces its status of cult sport watch, certainly the most desired sports watch in the world.


The Rolex Daytona 116589TBR is a pinnacle of luxury and precision, an iconic timepiece that combines the legendary Daytona legacy with the opulence of diamonds. This remarkable watch is a testament to Rolex’s unwavering commitment to craftsmanship, innovation, and timeless style.

At the heart of this masterpiece beats the Rolex Caliber 4130, a self-winding mechanical chronograph movement known for its exceptional precision and reliability. The Daytona’s 40mm white gold case exudes a sense of classic elegance while providing a robust and durable frame for the watch. The bezel, lugs, and bracelet are adorned with meticulously set diamonds, elevating the watch to a new level of opulence.

The most striking feature of the Rolex Daytona 116589TBR is its dazzling diamond-set dial. The use of baguette-cut diamonds on the dial not only adds a touch of glamour but also enhances readability with its luminescent hour markers and hands. The sub-dials at 3, 6, and 9 o’clock provide chronograph functionality, allowing precise measurement of elapsed time.

The bezel of this Daytona model is also embellished with baguette-cut diamonds, further emphasizing its luxurious aesthetic. The contrast between the sparkling diamonds and the rich black dial creates a striking visual impact.



Rolex – bio

Founded in 1905 by Hans Wilsdorf and Alfred Davis in London, initially as Wilsdorf & Davis Ltd. Renamed Rolex by 1908 and moved its base of operations to Geneva, Switzerland in 1919.  Their success is due to their innovation namely the legendary “Oyster” case – first water resistant watch and their extremely reliable movements.
The most famous models are Datejust, Day-Date, Daytona, Explorer, GMT-Master, Submariner and many more.
The company is owned by the Hans Wilsdorf Foundation, a family private trust.
One story, never confirmed by Wilsdorf, recounts that the name came from the French words “horlogerie exquise”‘è, meaning “exquisite clockwork”.

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