I have a rolex oyster perpetual which is advertised and is sold as a steel watch. However I found out that there are small amounts of white gold on the dial (around the indices and hands). The manufacture (Rolex) claims on their website that this is used to prevent tarnishing and oxidation, as their previous models used to have that issue. There are also very small amounts of gold inside the watch (about 4 microscrews i believe) to help with functionality.

Is it allowed for a man to wear such a watch?

  • I think you should gift this watch to your sister or mother or wife or daughter. – Obaid Dec 2 '20 at 10:15

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