Rolex
Submariner
Ref. 16618


EUR 28.500,-

List price EUR 31.400,-

'The Rolex Submariner, the diving watch par excellence. Timeless, robust, functional and a status symbol for almost seven decades.' Reinhold Frey/TIMELOUNGE

Rolex Submariner reference 16618 with box and papers. The watch is in unworn condition, an oldtimer with 0 kilometers. An opportunity that won't come back soon.

Details


Material

Yellow Gold

Clockwork

Automatic

Ref NR.

16618

Dial color

blue

Paper

Yes, from 2004

Condition

unworn

Box

Yes

Diameter

40mm

Warranty

2 Years

The Diver's Watch

Submariner

The Submariner appeared in 1953 and was the first wristwatch for divers that was waterproof to a depth of 100 meters. In the history of watchmaking, the Submariner marked a historic turning point and became an absolute reference among diving watches.

Shine at the highest level

Gold

Rolex uses only 18ct gold, a noble alloy of 75% pure gold and other elements such as silver and copper to produce yellow, white and the exclusive rose gold alloy - Everose gold. The exact composition of the alloys remains a Rolex trade secret, guaranteeing exceptional durability and unique shine.

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.

The best time is now:

Rolex Submariner

2 Years Timelounge Warranty

Box included

Papers included

Articles prepared for you

In the right time

Weekly Business

When I think back to the watch experiences of my childhood, there is always one detail that comes to mind that has stuck with me: the little aluminum plate bent around the strap of my father's watch, on which a monthly calendar was printed.

Discontinued - Part II

When I wrote about the end of the Patek Philippe Nautilus in stainless steel, I couldn't imagine that I would have to write such an article again only a few weeks later. This time, however, it hit me much harder. Because this time it was about the Royal Oak.