The Yacht-Grasp is Rolex’s youngest, flashiest sport watch. First launched in 1992, the Yacht-Grasp is well recognizable for its bezel execution, a graduated 60-minute, bidirectional design, with numerals raised in reduction. As Rolex is understood to do, we’ve step by step seen incremental updates to the Yacht-Grasp’s design language. Since 1999, the Yacht-Grasp has been well-known for its tone-on-tone, two-metal building that mixes a stainless-steel (Oystersteel) case and bracelet with a platinum bezel. In 2015, the Yacht-Grasp was up to date with a beautiful blue dial and brilliant pink accents, and in 2019, the model geared up the road with its state-of-the-art self-winding caliber 3235, as seen within the new ref. 126622.