Investment

Rolex
Sea-Dweller
Ref. 16600


EUR 13.950,-

Rolex Sea-Dweller with papers reference 16600, last version with 'no holes', Z serial number and the Rolex certificate already in check card format. The extreme depth diver's watch in like-new condition.

Details


Material

Steel

Clockwork

Automatic

Ref NR.

16600

Dial color

black

Paper

Yes, from 2008

Condition

like new

Diameter

40mm

Warranty

2 Years

The ultimate diver's watch

Sea-Dweller

The Sea-Dweller is a professional diving watch made by Rolex especially for the world's leading diving company COMEX. COMEX needed watches that could dive to extreme depths, deal with pressure chambers and survive the ensuing decompression phases. A Rolex Tool-Watch per excellence.

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 Sea-Dweller

2 Years Timelounge Warranty

Papers included

like new

Articles prepared for you

In the right time

Rolex' Left Hand

Rarely could a Rolex collector feel so - excuse me - made fun of as at the start of the Watches and Wonders Geneva 2022. Instead of new models, new innovations, Rolex actually comes - again - with a GMT-Master II in stainless steel. However, the Rolex novelty of the year is not adorned by a really improved movement or a slimmer case, but simply by a new bezel colour. Again!

Eight edges, fifty years

In 1972, when the watchmaking world was just at the beginning of the quartz crisis that was destroying its very existence, the decision was made in the tranquil town of Le Brassus, located in the even more tranquil Vallée de Joux, to do something conceivably impossible.