I don't want to tease you...
...but if you like that stuff, I will show you something interesting in january....;-)
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Single Red Sea Dweller
another one just surfaced, amazing watch ! "I have a Sea Dweller that was given to my Father by the Rolex Co. in 1969 after he completed the longest sustained saturation dive in an underwater habitat called Tektite1." Brett Waller On February 15, 1969, fo...
For once no words can describe ....
no wows no phoaars words like amazing, fabulous..... all redundent what you have shown is the summit of Rolex collecting it has everything history rarity iconic status im lost for words all i can say is THANK YOU. Imran
To me, these watches are the very essence of Rolex
Pure tool watches...designed to be used in extreme environments and with the beauty of history showing the prototype testing caried out by divers such as these. To me, and i appreciate that I am biased, but to me the existance of such watches makes Rolex ...
Didn't even knew that it existed!
We learn every day. Cool piece of History, Jeff. Yours? It is so unusual to see a single red line on a SD that it is quite disturbing, but I guess that we can easily and quickly get used with such a nice bird... Best, Nicolas.