|Condition: (What's This?)||New/Unworn|
|Model Name/Number:||Submariner 116613|
|Serial/Year:||Random - 2012 or newer|
|Features:||Automatic 3135 movement w/ date, waterproof screw-down crown, unidirectional rotatable blue Cerachrom (ceramic) time-lapse diver's bezel, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal|
|Case:||18k yellow gold and stainless steel (40mm), inner reflector ring engraved w/ serial number|
|Dial:||Blue Sunburst w/ luminescent hands and hour markers|
|Bracelet:||18k yellow gold and stainless steel Oyster w/ gold thru Glidelock clasp|
|Box & Papers||Original Rolex box, booklets, and papers (Warranty Card)|
|Comments:||This Rolex Submariner comes Bob's 3-day satisfaction guarantee (as long as factory stickers are not removed) and one year warranty.|
The impressive Rolex Submariner was introduced in 1953, and has evolved since that time into an updated design that is still highly sought after by watch collectors today. The Submariner combines several essential functions to provide divers with features that they can use to explore the sea. The robust engraved ceramic bezel works with the 3135 COSC movement to accurately measure diving times and decompression stops. A few other appealing functions are the bezel with notched edges and the impressive 904L stainless steel oyster bracelet with a Glidelock clasp that is easily adjusted without the use of tools to provide a comfortable fit, even over wetsuits and diving suits. This impressive model features a gorgeous blue maxi dial that is set with luminous hour markers, making this watch easy to read while in the water.
*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.