Major Difference Between the Rolex Datejust and Oysterdate

The date feature is frequently seenin Rolex watches. In fact, there are more Rolex watches with a date window than without one. On some Rolex models, such as gm-master, Explorer II, and day-date, the Date window is one of several features provided by the watch. However, on other Rolex replica watches, such as Datejust, Date, and Oysterdate, the Date feature is at the heart of the watch’s design and functionality (in addition to timing, of course).
In addition, due to their overlapping design and technical characteristics, this sometimes leads to confusion between look-alike collections. So if you’re not sure about the difference between the Rolex Datejust, Date, and Oysterdate watches, read on for more information.  
We’ll start with one of the most famous: the Rolex Datejust. The Datejust watch was first introduced in 1945 to celebrate the company’s 40th anniversary. It was the world’s first automatic chronometer-rated watch with a date window on the dial. The watch also comes with a Jubilee wristband, its five-link structure is so recognizable that it has become one of the main styles of Rolex wristbands.
In 1953, Rolex added a magnifying glass to the crystal above the date window to improve clarity and named it the Cyclops. A distinctive feature of a Cyclopsglass is that it protrudes from the outside of the glass on which it is sitting; Since its inception, Cyclops has accompanied the date window on every Datejust replica watch.
The biggest difference between an Oysterdate and a Datejust is the watch case. The Oysterdate Precision uses a manual winding movement rather thanthe famous Rolex automatic movement. In addition, the Oysterdate calibers are not COSC-certified, which explains why the dial includes the “precision” labelinstead of the “officially certified top chronometer” we often see on other replica Rolex watches.
Most examples of Oysterdate are stainless steel models, however, there are some two-tone and all-gold versions. Rolex finally stopped producing Oysterdate Precision watches in the 1980s. The Rolex date is most similar to the watch in that it has a signature date and Cyclopson the dial, and an automatic movement in the case.
However, the Date modelis smaller than the 34mm case of the Datejust. Today, Rolex produces date watches that are all stainless steel or stainless steel with a white gold fluted bezel (and confusingly included on their official website for Datejust ). However, if you look at the vintage Date models, there are also two-tone versions and solid gold versions.