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Watches and Wonders 2022 has been somewhat of a whirlwind, especially for us covering the event. New releases from Rolex, Patek Philippe and pretty much every other brand are hard to keep up with. The buzz tends to come with the big, somewhat unexpected releases, like Rolex releasing a lefty steel GMT-Master II with green and black bezel (though, I guess I predicted it). Sometimes, albeit rarely, it’s not the watches that are released that generate the most buzz, but the watches that are discontinued. However, with the releases coming at a fast and furious pace, these discontinuations can get lost in the shuffle.
Rolex doesn’t announce when they discontinue a watch the way they announce a new release. Thus, the best way to determine whether a watch is discontinued is to do some sleuthing. And by sleuthing I mean heading to the Rolex’s website to see if a particular watch is still listed. So that’s what I did for the Oyster Perpetual yesterday almost immediately after Rolex announced their new novelties.
Well, I was somewhat surprised when I saw that Rolex no longer listed (sic discontinued) the 41mm Oyster Perpetual in turquoise blue (what everyone has been calling Tiffany Blue) on their website. Collectors can breathe a little bit of sigh of relief that the turquoise dial option is still available in 31mm and 36mm, if that’s your style. Along with the turquoise blue, the yellow and coral (red) dial options are also discontinued (the yellow and coral options were completely discontinued).

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