Rolex's latest watches for 2020 have been fully revealed with new versions of the iconic Submariner as well as updated versions of the Oyster Perpetual and the Sky-Dweller. The new Submariner ($8,100-$36,950) arrives with a larger 41mm case, an updated bracelet, and a selection of new colorways in both steel and yellow gold with Cerachrom bezels. The watches will also feature a caliber 3230 in the no-date models and a caliber 3235 in the time and date models. Both movements have a power reserve of 70 hours.
For the Sky-Dweller line, the company introduces a new version of the watch with an Oysterflex elastomer bracelet. The 42mm watch comes in yellow gold ($40,000) or Everose gold ($41,500) with sunray finish dials. The watch's movement is the caliber 9001, which features a blue Parachrom hairspring to increase precision and has a power reserve of 72 hours.
Rolex also launched new versions of the Oyster Perpetual in 41mm ($5,900) and 36mm ($5,600). The 41mm is available with a silver or black sunray-finish dial but it's the 36mm where Rolex has all the fun with a colorful lineup of candy pink, turquoise blue, yellow, coral red, and green. Both models will be available in Oystersteel with caliber 3230, a new automatic with a 70-hour power reserve.