There are four types of Rolex bracelets in addition the leather strap. The four types of Rolex bracelets include the Oyster, Jubilee, President, and Pearlmaster. Each bracelet has a variety of options such as metal type, color, and clasp type. The Oyster, Jubilee, and President bracelets are very popular and standard equipment on most Rolex models.
The Oyster Bracelet
The Rolex Oyster bracelet is very popular and can be found on many of the Rolex sport models such as the Submariner, Daytona and Yacht-Master. The squarish links are solid, wide and sturdy. The Oyster links mechanically interlock by design while being secured by a pin. The solid construction and design of the Oyster bracelet provides an attractive and sturdy bracelet that's built to last. Oyster bracelets are available in bushed and polished finishes. Some Oyster bracelets are both brushed and polished, the outer links brushed while the middle links are polished. The Oyster bracelet is available in all types of metals as well as two-tone.
The Jubilee Bracelet
The Rolex Jubilee bracelet was introduced in 1945 with the Rolex Datejust. The Jubilee bracelet is synonymous with luxury and very popular. The design and construction provide incredible style and a comfortable and fit. The Jubilee bracelet is available in all types of metals as well as two-tone.
The President Bracelet
The Rolex President bracelet is instantly recognizable however it's only used two Rolex watches the Rolex President (Day-Date) and the Lady President. The balance of the bracelet results in a very comfortable and solid feel. The Rolex President bracelet is available in solid yellow gold, white gold, rose gold or platinum.
The Pearlmaster Bracelet
The Pearlmaster bracelet was released in 1992 and features an innovate design. The Pearlmaster bracelet is only available on the Rolex Pearlmaster. The Pearlmaster bracelet is available in a number of different metal types including gold, white gold, rose gold, and Tridor. Tridor is composed of all three types of gold.
Lady Rolex Bracelets
The women's Rolex bracelets are noticeably smaller but otherwise they are the same as the men's bracelets, sharing the same style and construction.
Source: A&E Watches