To the extent that one does rely on their watch for diving (which we typically don't, TBH), then no date makes a lot of sense. It's also esthetically pleasing and it's nice not to have to worry about setting the date when rotating several watches. How is the no date sub considered by Rolex aficionad
The 44GS case is used, as far as I know, on bigger models, auto and spring drive watches, and it's a lot more complex and angular.. This is a much smaller & simpler case used on small hand wound watches. If you do a search on SBGW, you will see various models. There were 3 green models produced for
This is a Europe-only non-limited edition which is the counterpart to the US SBGW273, 5, and 7 (which *are* number limited). The dial is very dark brown with a linen texture which is hard to see. I put it on the GS bracelet that was made for a different model of the same size. It's a small, 39mm, ha
... if not "for charity"? My guess is pretty much the same, maybe minus the marginal value of the tax deduction, so at least $3.1M instead of $5M (plus buyer's premium), assuming the US' highest income tax bracket of 37%.