Rolex Daytona 116520 Men's Black Stainless Steel Chronograph - PRE-OWNED

Rolex Daytona 116520 Men's Black Stainless Steel Chronograph - PRE-OWNED

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INFORMATION

Condition
Used
Box/Papers
Box & Papers
Brand
Rolex
Production Year
2000-2009 Modern
Serial Number
D Series
Model Number
116520
Series
Cosmograph Daytona
Model Year
2000-07 F-Style Daytona Buckle

CASE

Crown
Screw Down
Bezel
Stainless Steel Domed
Movement
Automatic
Case Back
Solid
Material
Stainless Steel
Case Size
40 mm
Case Type
Super-Case
Case Shape
Round

DIAL

Dial Type
Analog
Dial Color
Black
Dial Markers
Luminous
Hands
Luminous

BRACELET

Band Material
Stainless Steel
Clasp
Folding Oysterlock Safety
Bracelet
Oyster
Bracelet Type
Heavy: New Style

ADDITIONAL INFO

Watch Style
Sports Watch
Gender
Men's
Country of Manufacture
Switzerland
Complication
Chronograph, Tachymetre
Water Resistance
100 Meters (330 Feet)
 

Description

This certified authentic Used Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Sports Watch, with the Model Number: 116520, has a Stainless Steel 40 mm Round Case with Screw Down Crown and a Stainless Steel Bezel. This Men's Rolex Cosmograph Daytona has an attractive Black Dial with Luminous Dial Markers. The high quality Rolex Automatic Movement will keep perfect time for you. The reliable Rolex Stainless Steel Oyster Bracelet will look great on your wrist.

There have been three series of the Cosmograph Daytona. The original series, produced in small quantities from circa 1963 to the later 1980s, had a four-digit model or reference number, and had a manual wind movement. The wind movement is essential to the other two movements because it allowed for increase winds coming in on both sides[clarification needed]. The Rolex Daytona was inspired by racecar drivers and enthusiasts, most notably, iconic actor Paul Newman, who reportedly wore his Daytona every day from 1972 until his death in 2008.[1] This original series was in very short supply by the early 1990s, which led to a second series to meet demand, introduced in 1988 and using a Zenith El Primero modified automatic winding movement, with a five-digit model number. The movement was originally manufactured and released in 1969 and remains the highest VPH (vibrations per hour) mass-produced movement on the market at 36,000 VPH.[citation needed] Rolex purchased these movements for the Daytona, and then modified the movement from 36,000VPH to 28,800VPH and made a few other subtle changes. These later series Daytonas, pre-dating in-house movements, were accurate and reliable; they were produced in limited quantities from 1988 to 2000.