Rolex Submariner 14060M (No Date) '4 Liner'
The 14060M Submariner Non Date enjoyed a long production run until 2010 when it was discontinued in favour of the newest generation of the Submariner Non Dates. Introduced to the Rolex catalogue in 1953, the Submariner soon became one of Rolex’s most iconic releases- praised for its robust and utilitarian design and worn by some of Hollywood's most famous exports in Steve McQueen and Roger Moore's James Bond. Its breath-taking combination of glossy black and steel is one which has been heavily admired for 65 years and will continue to thrive in years to come.
This particular 14060M from 2010 is referred to as the last of the pre-ceramic series, featuring instead an aluminium insert as opposed to the modern ceramic bezel. Furthermore 2007 to 2009 marked a point of transition in the design of the Submariner through the inclusion of the desirable branded rehaut- the ‘ROLEX ROLEX ROLEX’ engraving located just under the crystal around the dial.
An incredible piece from a time of important transition in the famous Submariner’s history, this 14060M stands as both a superb timepiece and excellent collector’s item. A more understated option beside its Date-inclusive sister, the line of Non Date Submariners have acquired a niche but passionatr audience. Accompanied by its original packaging, hang tag, paperwork and guarantee dated 14/12/10, this Submariner 14060M remains in outstanding condition and perfect working order.
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