Reminds me of GP's shade of rose gold, looking almost orange. Also even those its a Seamaster, I wouldn't wear it in a pool if one wants to be sure to maintain that color. There have been numerous instances of rose gold watches and bracelets being worn in pools and showers, and the chemicals in the water cause a reaction that makes it lose its rose color and look yellow. It's even happened on a Rolex Day-Date in Everrose (which isn't supposed to be affected by chemicals in water). According to the owner, Rolex stepped up to the plate and gave him his money back to use toward another watch of his choosing.