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How Many Links on a Rolex Jubilee Bracelet

How Many Links on a Rolex Jubilee

The Rolex Jubilee bracelet is another popular and iconic style offered by Rolex, and it's often found on Datejust models but can also be seen on others like the GMT-Master II. The number of links on a Rolex Jubilee bracelet can vary based on the specific model and production year, with the range usually lying between 22 and 24 links. Some notable variations are as follows:
  1. Rolex Datejust (Ref. 126200, 126233, 126334): These models typically come with 22 links, though the exact number can vary based on production year and the size of the wearer's wrist.

  2. Rolex GMT Master II (Ref. 126710BLRO, 126710BLNR): The GMT Master II models with Jubilee bracelets also typically have 22 links.

  3. Rolex Datejust II (Ref. 126300, 126331, 126333): The Datejust II models typically have 24 links on the Jubilee bracelet.

Please note that these numbers are typical and can vary. Links can be added or removed for optimal fit. If the bracelet needs adjusting, it is recommended to have this done by a professional to prevent potential damage.

The number of links has remained fairly consistent over the years, with slight variations depending on the specific model and production year. 

Is Your Rolex Jubilee Fully-Linked?

Should My Rolex Jubilee Bracelet Be Fully-Linked?

The notion of keeping a watch fully linked often stems from considerations of resale value and originality. However, these factors should be weighed against the watch's purpose - to be worn, enjoyed, and to tell the time.

A fully linked watch can be more attractive to potential buyers because it ensures maximum adjustability to fit different wrist sizes. Furthermore, having a complete set of original links confirms that the watch has been preserved in its original condition, which can enhance its value. For those treating their timepiece as a monetary investment or a collector's item, keeping all the original links can be a crucial factor.

However, the joy of owning a Rolex, or any luxury watch, extends beyond its potential future resale value. These timepieces are symbols of personal style, taste, and achievement, and as such, they should be comfortable to wear and fit the wrist perfectly. A watch that is too loose can slide around and possibly be damaged, while a watch that is too tight can be uncomfortable and may even strain the bracelet or the wrist.

How To Remove Or Add Jubilee Links


This is where the expertise of a professional watchmaker comes in. They can safely remove or add links to tailor the fit of the watch to the individual's wrist. Any removed links can be stored safely and reattached if you decide to sell the watch in the future.

For those with larger wrists, additional original Rolex Jubilee links can be purchased from authorized Rolex dealers or reputable watch sellers. This not only allows the watch to be customized for a perfect fit but also maintains its authenticity and value.

In conclusion, the decision to keep a watch fully linked or to adjust it for a perfect fit is a personal one, based on the wearer's intentions and preferences. Some might prioritize the potential future value of the watch, while others might place more emphasis on the comfort and personal enjoyment derived from wearing a well-fitted timepiece. Like many aspects of luxury watch ownership, it's about finding a balance that suits the individual's needs and desires.

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