Rare

Rolex
Daytona
Ref. 16520


EUR 31.950,-

A must for collectors . Built from 1988 to 2000. 'Most Wanted Worldwide'.

Collector's item Rolex Daytona with Zenith movement, with box and papers 1997 in condition like new.

Details


Material

Steel

Clockwork

Automatic

Ref NR.

16520

Dial color

white

Paper

Yes, from 1999

Condition

like new

Box

Yes

Diameter

40mm

Warranty

2 Years

The Racers Watch

Cosmograph Daytona

The Rolex Chronograph, called Cosmograph Daytona, is the ultimate functional watch for racing and speed enthusiasts. Introduced in 1963, the Cosmograph was designed to meet the needs of professional racing drivers. It takes its name from the famous high-speed circuit Daytona Beach.

Legendary Waterproofness

Oyster Case

The Oyster case is a milestone in the history of watchmaking. Invented by Rolex in 1926, it was the world's first waterproof watch case. Bezel, caseback and winding crown are screwed watertight to the middle section. Form and function are perfectly matched - typically Rolex.

Robust & sought after

Stainless steel Oystersteel

For a Rolex to retain its beauty and functionality in extreme conditions, Rolex uses its own stainless steel alloy - Oystersteel. It is particularly resistant to corrosion and distinguished by its special shine. Oystersteel belongs to the steel grade "Stainless Steel 904L" which is normally used in extreme areas such as the aerospace and chemical industries.

The best time is now:

Rolex Daytona

2 Years Timelounge Warranty

Box included

Papers included

Articles prepared for you

In the right time

Discontinued

The bombshell popped with announcement. Patek Philippe is discontinuing what is probably the best-known, but in any case the most sought-after watch in the collection: the Patek Philippe Nautilus in stainless steel, ref. 5711/1A. And the common enthusiast of exquisite timepieces grabs his head and can basically only ask himself: "Have they become completely stupid, there in good old Geneva?"

Tudor - more than just a second choice Rolex

When Hans Wilsdorf acquired the rights to the Tudor brand in 1926, he had great things in mind. A second watch brand, cheaper than his main brand Rolex, but also of high quality.