Wynn & Thayne

Your cart is currently empty.

Rolex Submariner Ref. 14060 No Date 1995

Regular price
Unit price


The Rolex Submariner - a true classic. When introduced in 1953, the model helped meet the demand that divers were looking for as the sport grew during the era. The Submariner quickly became a fashion accessory rather than a tool watch due to its uncomplicated design and tasteful charm. Most notably, seen on the wrist of James Bond in Sean Connery's day, the Submariner has captured the hearts and donned the wrists of many watch aficionados.

The reference 14060 builds from the iconic reference 5513 - no-date, two-line, modest case size and great proportions. It's neo-vintage at it's best. This particular 14060 is in excellent condition, very light signs of wear and some small scratches on the case and bracelet that come with a pre-owned watch. The serial number dates the watch to 1995. The dial, caseback, movement, crown, and bracelet are all signed by Rolex. It also comes with a replacement modern Rolex box and a valuation.

Personal Comments: 
What's there to say about the Rolex Submariner? It's the most well-known watch in the world. It's timeless, easy to wear and iconic. From the depths of the sea to the streets of New York, a Submariner never looks out of place. This 
particular Submariner is in great condition for its neo-vintage age and we're pleased to offer this a new home.
Details Of This Watch

Maker: Rolex
Model: Submariner No-Date
Reference: 14060 
Year: 1995
Serial: T
Dimensions: 40mm diameter; 12mm thickness 
Lug Width: 20mm
Box/Papers: Modern Rolex box, valuation papers
 Caliber. 3000
Dial & Hands: Original Rolex glossy black tritium dial w/ luminous hour markers
Bezel: Original Rolex black aluminium insert
Material: Stainless steel
Crystal: Sapphire crystal
Bracelet/Strap: Original Rolex Oyster bracelet, stamped 93150/501 B
Water Resistance: 300m
Performance: Watch is fully functioning

What We Enjoy

- Vintage meeting modern (neo vintage)
- One of the best Rolex Submariner reference numbers
- Light signs of wear

Things To Note

- Minor hairline scratches
- Small mark at 4 o'clock