Rolex Submariner 16613 “Fat Albert” – Timepiece of the Week

This week we bring you the Rolex Submariner 16613 “Fat Albert”. As famous filmmaker James Cameron said, every Rolex tells a story. Rolex Submariner was the first among divers’ wristwatches that were waterproof to a depth of 100 meters. This was the second greatest breakthrough when it comes to the waterproofness.

Over the years, the Submariner was evolving. The case diameter was changed from the original 38 mm to 40 mm, waterproofness was increased to up to 300 m. Also, its design and functionalities got better and better. Eventually, it became popular among people in other professions. So it found its use out of the water as well. Being worn by famous artists, athletes, and film-makers, Rolex Submariner engraved its place in the history of wristwatches.

The Rolex Submariner that we are introducing to you this week comes with a PVD/DLC coated stainless steel case, black rubber strap and PVD/DLC coated stainless steel bracelet.

  • Reference: 16613
  • Movement: Automatic
  • Case Material: Stainless steel
  • Case Diameter: 40 mm
  • Dial: Black with luminescent hands and indexes
  • Functions: Date, GMT
  • Complications: Luminescent Hands, Chronometer, Rotating Bezel, Quick Set, Only Original Parts, Luminous indexes, PVD/DLC coating
  • Band: Black rubber strap and black coated stainless steel bracelet

Includes: Watch, original box and in-house certificate of authentication.
Condition: Pre-owned, in excellent and working condition.

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