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It's about as rare as a leprechaun and yet, we're still hoping to be luckily charmed by the Rolex Cosmograph Daytona "Rainbow"  one day.

Image c/o Hodinkee

The Rainbow Daytona is already very hard to find and probably only available to ogle on the wrists of the Hollywood elite. Now that it's being offered in rose gold, or "Everose", it will likely land in the hands of avid Rainbow collectors who have already acquired it in the white and yellow gold versions.

The pink gold watch, with the rainbow constructed of thirty-six baguette-cut sapphires in various shades in the bezel, fifty-six brilliant cut diamonds in the mid-case and the dial of black lacquer is extremely unique. The indexes, too, are made of rainbow sapphires. 

The winding is automatic. COSC chronometer certified, and has a power reserve of seventy-two hours.

If you happen to find it and have the funds, it will only run you about "price upon request", which is code for "quite a lot". The Rainbow Daytona offered in white gold ran about $86,000. A very mere expenditure if you find a pot of gold!


Image c/o Hodinkee.

 Would you wear the Rainbow Daytona or do you think it's just too much? Let us know what you think!