|Band Material Type||Stainless Steel|
|Watch Movement||Swiss Automatic|
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- With Manufacturer Serial Numbers
- Black Dial
- Chronograph Feature
- Self Winding Automatic Chronometer Movement
- Guaranteed Authentic
- Certificate of Authenticity
- Polished with Brushed Steel Case & Oyster Bracelet
- Scratch Resistant Sapphire Crystal
- Manufacturer Box & Manual
- 100 Meters / 330 Feet Water Resistant
- 40mm = 1 1/2" Case, 7" Adjustable Bracelet
- Deployment Buckle
- Luminescent Hands & Markers
- Screw Down Crown & Caseback
Also Known As Model # 116520-BKSO / 116520-BLK
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Item model number : 116520
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : January 1, 2007
- Manufacturer : Rolex
- ASIN : B00AHADNV6
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,579,691 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry)
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Rolex|
|Dial window material type||Anti reflective sapphire|
|Case material||Stainless Steel|
|Band Material||Stainless Steel|
|Special features||Screw down crown, Chronograph|
|Water resistant depth||100 Meters|
|Warranty||If this product is sold by Amazon, please review the manufacturer’s website for warranty information. If this product is sold by another party, please contact the seller directly for warranty information for this product. You may also be able to find warranty information on the manufacturer’s website.|
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|Sold By||sam's Watches||sam's Watches||Diamond Source||Gold Watch Co||Diamond Source||ChronoStore|
|Band Material Type||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Platinum Rolex Oyster||Stainless Steel Rolex Oyster||Platinum|
|Case Diameter||40.00||40.0 millimeters||40.00 millimeters||40.00 millimeters||40.00 millimeters||40.00 millimeters|
|Case Material Type||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Platinum||904L Stainless Steel||—|
|Clasp Type||Deployment Clasp||Deployment Clasp||Deployment Clasp||Deployment Clasp||Deployment Clasp With Safety||Tang Buckle|
|Dial Color||Black||White||Black||Blue||Black lacquer, grey snailed counters||Blue|
|Dial Window Material Type||antireflective-sapphire||Sapphire Crystal||antireflective-sapphire||Scratch Resistant Sapphire||Scratch Resistant Sapphire||Sapphire Crystal|
|Special Features||screw-down-crown, Chronograph||screw-down-crown||screw-down-crown, Tachymetric Scale, luminous, COSC Superlative Chronometer Certified, Swiss Made||Chronograph, Hour, Minute, Second, Chronometer||Chronograph, Hour, Minute, Second, Chronometer||—|
|Watch Movement||Swiss Automatic||Swiss Automatic||Swiss Automatic||Automatic||Swiss Automatic||Automatic|
|Water Resistance Depth||100.0 meters||100.0 meters||100.00 meters||100.00 meters||100.00 meters||100.0 meters|
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A note on taking care of them... It is a wise idea to have the watch serviced every few years by going through a Rolex "Authorized Service Center". You can find the one nearest you in Rolex's website. Generally, they will take the watch from you and send it off to Rolex in New York to be looked over, fixed, cleaned up, restored, etc. Do NOT under any circumstances allow a watch maker or jeweler that isn't Rolex service the watch or get into the Movement inside the Case (the 'Movement' being the inner working of the watch, and the 'Case' being the outer "shell" if you will). Doing so will not only void your warranty (if you still have one), but seriously risks irreparably damaging or disrupting the incredibly intricate parts within the watch's Movement itself. The beauty of these watches is that the warranty is almost irrelevant, because so long as they are well maintained they almost seem as if they want to run forever. In some cases, there are over 300 intricate parts inside a Rolex that make up the watch's Movement, and they are so seemingly microscopic that they can only be handled under a magnifying lense, with jeweler's tweezers, and by a skilled hand. So needless to say, do yourself a favor and leave the maintenance to Rolex, and Rolex alone. Beyond the obvious risk of damaging an incredibly valuable and precise timepiece, buys and collectors of Rolex watches will almost always insist on seeing the Maintenance Report and 2-year Maintenance Warranty when purchasing a used watch for their collection. And attempting to have it serviced by anyone other than Rolex hurts the value tremendously in the eye of the Collector. Your best bet is to have the watch inspected and serviced by Rolex every 5-10 years, or sooner if you suspect something is wrong or it isn't keeping time accurately (highly unlikely), and keep it in the case or the box in which is came. Even though it isn't a Daytona (and I am reviewing a Daytona after-all), I'll upload a picture of the box that I keep my Yacht-Master in for reference.
Finally, I'd also like to mimic what the reviewer above me said to correct one inaccurate fact stated by a different review about the Daytona in particular. The watch has a "self-winding" movement, and if I'm not mistaken, Rolex calls this their "Perpetual Movement". The incorrect reviewer previously stated that they had to wind the watch every day which simply isn't true. If you are wearing the watch every day (or as stated by the correct reviewer above me, at least every 3 days) then so long as the Movement is working correctly and the tiny coil spring inside the watch is in good shape, you shouldn't ever need to "wind the watch". The kinetic motion of your arm itself is enough to keep the watch wound up. With that said, the only time you would be required to interact with the Crown (the post(s) on the side of the watch by which you make adjustments to time/date/etc) is to adjust the time or date... i.e. daylight savings time ends and you need to adjust the time, or you're in a month that doesn't have 31 days in it (as the reviewer above me correctly pointed out).
In closing, I would say that most if not all Rolex watches are wonderful time pieces that are hand-crafted to last generations when properly handled. Rolex has been making watches for over a hundred years, and they're certainly made to last the test of time if properly care for.
1. First off this watch is beautiful, it's really a piece of artwork. Rolex makes classic lifelong timepieces and this is no exception. I plan on giving it my son one day.
2. This is a somewhat rare watch (they only produce so many a year) meaning they don't simply display this watch in the case. They always keep this watch in the back safe IF they even have one available. Only a select few Rolex dealers get 1-2 watches a year. So you'll need to have a good relationship with your jeweler to have access to buy this watch.
3. This also means the watch will appreciate in value. I bought mine 4-5 years ago which means even used my watch is worth well over what I paid for it. If the quality craftsmanship isn't enough to get you to buy one of these just know they will keep appreciating in value so even if you do have to sell it for some reason you probably won't lose any money.
4. People who know watches know this watch. It's widely known among watch people that this is a rare sought after watch, so if that's important to you look no further!
5. It's not a massive watch, some would even call it small compared to some of the huge watches coming out today.
6. It is self winding meaning as long as you wear it regularly it will keep time and not stop. It does have a self winding feature if you don't wear the watch that often.
This is an amazing timepiece that I highly recommend, just don't buy it online. I've been told the reason they don't sell these to just anyone is because people buy them to resell online for a lot more money. Rolex doesn't like that and dealers can even lose their license if they find out they sold it to someone that they knew was going to resell it to make a quick buck.
Buy it to keep for a lifetime and you won't be disappointed!
Hope this helps!
This watch is pretty awesome. You will definitely get compliments wearing this watch because of the company (Rolex is probably the most well-known high-end watch company). The dial isn't too big and is just the perfect size for my wrist.
There are some disadvantages to owning this watch though. This is a self-winding watch. This means that you have to wind the watch everyday. It's not too big of a hassle setting the time, but it does get annoying setting everything else (I stopped doing it because it's such a hassle).
This watch never needs batteries (because you wind it up everyday). You just wear the watch and it starts working.
I wear this watch to my really nice occassions
You seem to be misunderstanding what a Rolex Daytona is, it is not a daily wind watch it is an automatic watch with a 72 hour reserve which means if you are wearing it daily you will never need to wind the watch, if you take the watch off and don't wear it for 3 days then you will have to wind the watch 20 turns. If the date of the month is not a 31 day month then you will need to adjust the date manually. Some say that theirs only holds the reserve for 36 hours but if it is a daily wear or you have a watch winder then the above applies.