Rolex 16613 Submariner Blue Dial SS / 18K (24721)
24721 Rolex 16613 Submariner, stainless steel and 18K yellow gold case on a stainless steel and 18K yellow gold Oyster bracelet, automatic movement, date at 3 o'clock, original blue dial with tritium markers, tritium hands water resistant to 1000ft, N series (1991), diameter: 40mm, thickness: 14 mm, Excellent Condition with Rolex Box and Papers dated 7/1992.SOLD
Download our iPhone / iPad app to stay up to date with our current inventoryClick here to Download
More about Rolex 16613 Submariner Blue Dial SS / 18K
This is a stainless steel/18K yellow gold Rolex Submariner 16613. It has an integral stainless steel and 18K yellow gold center link Oyster bracelet with a double deployant clasp, and a scratch resistant sapphire crystal. There is a solid screw-down case back and a Triplock screw-down 18K gold winding crown protected by the crown guard. The uni-directional blue rotating decompression time bezel is 18K gold, with luminous Arabic numeral minute markers to 60. The 40mm diameter solid three-body Oyster case, downturned hooded lugs, knurled bezel, and bracelet are polished/brushed. The blue dial has round, triangular and baton-shaped gold luminous hour markers. It has gold Rolex hands with luminous inserts, a central sweep seconds hand, and an outer minute/second track. It's a Certified Official Swiss Chronometer (COSC), and there is a date aperture window at the 3 o'clock position underneath a Cyclops magnifying bubble on the crystal. It's water resistant to 300 meters/1000 feet, and the 14mm thick case, dial, and movement are all signed.
This Rolex Submariner 16613 has a mechanical automatic self-winding Rolex caliber 3135 movement that's rhodium-plated, with oeil-de-perdrix embellishment. It's constructed with 31 jewels, an Incabloc shock absorber device, and a straight-line lever escapement. There is a Glucydor monometallic balance that's adjusted to heat, cold, and 5 positions, a self-compensating free-sprung Breguet balance spring, Microstella regulating screws, and a hacking seconds mechanism for precise time setting.