|Item Number:||122953 P|
|Condition: (What's This?)||Excellent|
|Model Name/Number:||Submariner 116613|
|Serial/Year:||Random - 2011 or newer|
|Movement / Features:||Automatic 3135 movement w/ date, screw-down crown, uni-directional rotatable blue Cerachrom (ceramic) time-lapse diver's bezel, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, water resistant to 300m (1000ft)|
|Case:||18k yellow gold and stainless steel (40mm), inner reflector ring engraved w/ serial number|
|Dial:||Sunburst blue w/ luminous hands and hour markers|
|Bracelet:||18k yellow gold and stainless steel Oyster w/ gold-thru Glidelock clasp|
|Box & Papers:||Rolex box, booklets, and papers (warranty card dated 9/2018)|
|Comments:||This preowned Rolex Submariner comes w/ Bob's 3-day satisfaction guarantee and one year warranty. Temporary master photo. All side views are of actual watch and magnify 10x.|
One of the first 6-digit Submariner dive watches to hit the market was the two-tone 116613, which was produced in 2010. In addition to offering a broader 40mm Oyster case, the ref. 116613 also features a maxi dial with a larger luminous display, a new-style Oyster bracelet with solid links and a Glidelock clasp, and a Cerachrom bezel insert crafted from ceramic material. The Cerachrom bezel was a highly anticipated feature when it debuted as it offers a rich even hue and won't easily scratch, corrode, or fade. As a Yellow Rolesor reference, the 116613 pairs a handsome 904L Oystersteel finish with luxurious 18 karat yellow gold, creating a pre-owned Rolex that is just as appropriate at the office as it is in the ocean.
*All Pre-Owned Rolex watches are guaranteed to be 100% genuine and certified authentic. All watches are shipped to fit the average size wrist (7 1/4" - 7 1/2" for men and 6 1/4" - 6 1/2" for women). Additional links can be purchased if needed.
I owned a Rolex Datejust and decide that I wanted to trade it in for a Submariner. I checked locally but couldn't find the right model. I found several on Bob's website and called and received outstanding service. Not only was the watch I chose to be in outstanding condition but the trade-in price was at least $500 more than I was offered locally. I probably saved over $1500 with the total transaction than anywhere else I looked. The whole process was very efficient and took about three days from the time i sent my watch in for evaluation until I was wearing my submariner.