John Mayer was bored one day also---
"born out of his interest in vintage watches coupled with the allure of the almost mythological Rolex Oyster Date Mickey Mouse Dial, John Mayer offers a glimpse of his modern take on the classic collaboration between the two brands. Playing off the story and in keeping the same aesthetic, Mayer set out on a personal design project to make a modern version of said rare watch. Featured on the Rolex ref. 116520, the black PVD-coated Daytona maintains all functions, but features a unique painting of the iconic mouse that the dial of the chronograph watch. Although this concept never made it past the prototyping stage, "
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