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Tudor Submariner Date Ref. 79090

$7,595

Pre-Owned Tudor 40mm Submariner, Black Dial, Oyster Bracelet, Ref. 79090

Surprising to many, Tudor has their own Submariner, which has actually been available nearly as long as the Rolex Submariner that was introduced in 1953.  This reference 79090 is from circa 1991 and includes the original warranty card.  For this reference, Tudor reintroduced the Mercedes hands, as seen on this watch.  This watch also has the plexiglass crystal and the triple-lock crown with the Oyster case. The black dial on the watch is clean and unmarred, and the tritium is intact, with some cracking on the hands (visible under magnification.)

Oris Big Crown ProPilot X Cal 400 Ref. 01 400 7778 7153

$4,300

New Oris 39mm Big Crown ProPilot X Cal 400, Grey Dial, Titanium Bracelet,, Ref. 01 400 7778 7153

Oris’ joy of mechanics comes to the fore with their new ProPilot X Calibre 400, a titanium watch inspired by more than a century of aviation heritage. Engineered entirely in house and under display thanks to the exhibition display is the new generation caliber 400. A high performance, anti-magnetic, self winding movement, offering a five day power reserve and a 10 year warranty. The titanium case and bracelet offer a durable, lightweight, and sleek aesthetic that wears comfortably. This version of the New ProPilot X Cal 400 comes with the grey dial and date reference at the 6 hour.

Rolex Submariner Date Ref. 1680

$13,750

Pre-owned Rolex 40mm Submariner, Black Dial, Oyster Bracelet, Ref. 1680

The Submariner 1680 is the first Submariner to offer the date feature and includes a magnified window above the date.  With a three-part case in stainless steel, a screw down case back and screw down crown, the Submariner was originally water resistant to 200 meters (600 feet). It includes a bi-directional revolving black bezel, matte black dial with luminous dot, baton, dagger numerals, and luminous Mercedes hands with a sweep central seconds hand.  Powered by the self-winding caliber 1575, this circa 1977 model includes a hacking seconds.  The caliber 1575 does not include the quickset date function but it does include the instantaneous date change at midnight –  it is sometimes described as a ‘quick switch, slow set’ movement.  This 1680 reference is the only Submariner Date to have an acrylic crystal.