Tudor 7016/0 Submariner Black Matte Dial "Snowflake" Ghost Bezel (32715)

32715 Vintage Tudor Submariner 7016/0 "Snowflake" No Date "Ghost Bezel", stainless steel case on original folded link Tudor Oyster bracelet, matte black "Snowflake" dial and hands with dead tritium that has stayed white, automatic movement, original black bezel insert has faded to a deep bluish hue, centered sweep second hand, bi-directional rotating bezel, screw-down Rolex crown, 813XXX serial (circa 1974), diameter: 40mm, thickness: 12mm. Excellent Condition with European Watch Company pouch and 6-month warranty.

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More about Tudor 7016/0 Submariner Black Matte Dial "Snowflake" Ghost Bezel

This is a vintage c. 1974 stainless steel Tudor Submariner No Date "Snowflake" 7016/0. It has the original folded link Tudor 9316 Oyster bracelet and the original screw-down Rolex Triplock winding crown protected by the crown guard. The 40mm diameter solid three-body case, downturned lugs, and bracelet are polished and brushed. It has a bi-directional rotating bezel that has faded to a deep blue color with the decompression times, and a screwed-down solid case back. The dial is matte black with dead Tritium but white round, triangular and baton index hour markers, luminous steel skeleton hands, a centered sweep second hand, and an outer minute/seconds track. It's water resistant to 200 meters/660 feet, and the 12mm thick case, dial, and movement are all signed.

This Tudor Submariner No Date "Snowflake" 7016/0 has a mechanical automatic self-winding Rolex caliber 2483 movement that's rhodium-plated. It's constructed with 25 jewels, a shock absorber mechanism, and a straight-line lever escapement. It includes a monometallic balance, and a self-compensating flat balance spring. The mechanism oscillates at a frequency of 21,600 vph (3 Hz).