This Rolex Submariner, No Date Ref. 14060M, is in excellent condition. From 2000 (P serial), it comes with its box and service papers from 2007. This transitional model of the Submariner No Date was in production between 1999 till 2010.
Overall, the watch is in excellent condition, with little to no hairline scratches. The Oyster case is razor sharp and maintains its lines and shaped chamfers around the lugs. The deep black glossy dial is original to the watch, with "Swiss Made" present under 6 o'clock. With its production year of 2000, the hour markers and hands are filled with Luminova, which is a luminous material, making the dial legible in the dark.
The caseback, movement, and crown are all signed by Rolex; the crown in particular exudes its logo well. The crown features Rolex's "triplock" system, allowing the watch to be fully sealed for water resistance. The watch is powered by the famous Caliber. 3130 movement. A self-winding mechanical movement entirely developed and manufactured by Rolex with a power reserve of 48 hours.
As for the bracelet, the 93150 has little to no stretch given its age, and it comes with a total of 12 links and a diver's extension, which will allow it to accommodate larger wrist sizes. The sapphire crystal is clean and shows little dust or wear.
Rolex Ref. 14060M History:
This transitional reference of the Rolex Submariner No Date is highly collectable and sought after. With its combination of modern technology, such as luminova, the sapphire crystal, and the updated 3130 movement, the 14060M has become a highly sought after watch. The balance of neo-vintage through the case size and dimensions further adds to its charm. This 14060M features only two lines of text, the ideal symmetry for No Date Submariner collectors. In 2007, Rolex updated the 14060M dial to four lines of text once the Caliber. 3130 was chronometer certified.
Rolex Submariner History:
The Rolex Submariner is 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.