Stein Diamonds Rolex Submariner Date 16610
Exclusivity and elegance is what you need to expect in this immaculately Submariner timepiece that has stood the test of time. It is no wonder this brand was ordained as the official time keeper of Wimbledon and The Australian Open tennis grand slams. Even if you have the oldest model of Rolex timepiece would need to make it an absolute must to treasure it within your means because chances are rife that you will never get such piece again. With the variety of designs and version of Rolex watches that you will find together with the courtesy watches that were aligned with the brand, you will be definitely going to be in conflict of interest as you will be exposed to an array of exquisite designs and modes. Specifically, I would like to dwell a bit further on this version of Rolex Submariner Watches on how did they come about and mention just ha few of them. The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner
is a line of watches manufactured by Rolex, designed for diving and known for their resistance to water, however it doesn’t necessarily implies that if you don’t participate on such nature of the games not to have it. The initial design of this watch dates back in the went into production in 1953, and was showcased at the Basel watch fair in 1954. The assigned case reference number of this first Submariner was either 6204 or 6205. It is unclear which model came first and, in any event, the two watches are nearly identical. Neither has the distinctive "cathedral" or "Mercedes" hands now so strongly associated with the Submariner line.
Rather, both of these early submariners have straight "pencil" style hands. Few if any of the 6205 watches bear the name "Submariner" on the dial, a major distinction with modern Submariners, whereas some 6204 models have the Submariner logo printed below the center pinion, while others have the logo blacked out. It is believed that there were unexpected trademark issues connected with the name "Submariner" at the time the 6204 and 6205 were released which account for the inconsistent use of the Submariner mark on these early Submariners. Trademark irregularities notwithstanding, both the 6204 and 6205 are designated Submariner models in the Rolex product literature of the time. so if you abide and live by your conscious then you really need to have yourself at least one of the latest Rolex Submariner
versions more especially the Stein Diamonds ones.
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Date Added: 18 March 2011 10:31:32