Rolex Submariner No Date ‘Four Line’
Since its original release way back in 1953, the Submariner has been Rolex’s flagship watch, easily its most popular and best-known model among timepiece connoisseurs and casual fans alike. From its launch in 1990 to its eventual discontinuation in 2012, the ‘two line’ 14060 Submariner was among Rolex’s best ever selling watches. Being the last Submariner ever made with the slimmer case proportions and aluminium bezel (akin to the ones worn by James Bond), the ‘modified’ 14060m has become particularly collectable in recent years.
Selling for just over £4,000 only two to three years ago, the value of these ever-popular pieces has since enjoyed a remarkable increase of approximately 50%, which will most likely will keep rising.
This ‘V’ series watch is in great condition. It has had a light polish to a high standard so is free from marks and scuffs, apart from a couple of very minor blemishes on the aluminium bezel, but these are barely noticeable.
What is comes with:
This 2010 watch comes with its original box and papers, plus a 12 month warranty against mechanical failure.
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