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
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!
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
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
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