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In 1977, after five years of design, development, and testing, Rolex introduced their first completely in-house quartz movements and the Datejust and Day-Date Oysterquartz models that would house them.
For 25 years Rolex produced the Oysterquartz in Datejust and Day-Date models in all gold. Special models of the Oysterquartz were also produced with jeweled dials, bezels, and bracelets.
It has been estimated that in all less than 25,000 Oysterquartz watches were ever produced. 2001 was the last year Rolex received any chronometer certificates for quartz movements from the COSC and 2003 was the last year any Oysterquartz appeared in the Rolex catalog.