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Dangerous9 strap gives new look to 116520

John Glance is good at what he does. Well worth the wait for John to work his magic in Berlin. He achieved a tight, seamless fit. I went for the "Million Dollar Black" Alligator on the outside and red Teju lizard on the inside. He based the length on the
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By: Robert65
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Robert65
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Black & White Pics of a Rolex Daytona 116520

Here are three photos in black and white (sepia) of a Rolex Daytona 116520 with a white dial for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy! And have a great rest of your President's Day and day after Valentine's Day, everyone!
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By: Art Collector
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Art Collector
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Glamour Shots of a Swiss and an Italian

Watches, that is! In front of a Swaine Adeney Brigg Westminster II briefcase in chestnut English bridle leather. 2007 Rolex Daytona 116520 Z Serial: 2012 Panerai Luminor 112 O Serial:
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By: Art Collector
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Subexplorer
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Photos of a Rolex Daytona 116520 and a Panerai Luminor 112

Enjoy!
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By: Art Collector
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amanico
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For the 1st Monday of the year...

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By: Watcholic_id
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PhinneyWood
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The 116520 getting some overdue attention..

after being somewhat overshadowed by the newer version.
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By: fernando
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Cpt Scarlet
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Perpetual Daytona Duo

My pair of perpetual Daytonas. A 16520 T serial and a 116520 K serial. Would you guys consider the 16520 a Patrizzi dial?
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By: overgrower420
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doubleup
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New Summer And Vacation Watch: Oysterflex Daytona

Hi friends! I just received this beauty today. It's a Rolex Daytona on Oysterflex that was introduced a few years ago. This is my only watch on a rubber strap, which is great for the summer and trips to the beach/pool, etc. I have the previous generation
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By: watchguy1234
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nacelle
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Questions about Daytona 16520 A series

To me, the biggest difference is the visual one due to the raised middle section of the end link. With regard to tangible changes, I think there is a slight difference when you hold the watch as the solid end link is incrementally more secure against the
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By: CL
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BigAppleBill
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11 years with this Rolex Daytona 16520.

I had my first Daytona, a 16520 last series, in year 2000. White dial. I traded it for a 116520 Black dial around 2006. Which I sold in 2009. I came back to the 16520 ( from 1997 ), in 2009. And it is here to stay! I said it many times but for me, this is
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By: amanico
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amanico
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