Yeah, lucky those Rolex ADs offer such great discounts, huh?:-dI'm undecided. by the time it comes out at least one price increase will happen and even with a discount, its still going to be at the current price.
Yeah, lucky those Rolex ADs offer such great discounts, huh?:-d
Anyway, I saw that someone above posted about preferring a submariner. Unless you have held these watches side by side, tried them on, you can't really know how different they are. I was torn betwen the original SD and the SM initially. In person, though, it became all too obvious what a lightweight the submariner is compared to the more solid feeling heft of the Sea Dweller. I would imagine it is even less substantial compared to the Deep Sea. Just preference perhaps, but alot of guys around here put stock in big heavy watches. I could barely tell I had the submariner on my wrist. Needless to say, when even the wife was more impressed with the Sea Dweller, that's what I settled on...
To me I see it this way.
To me it is still a Rolex, and if I was to spend $9k on a watch, there would be VERY few I would choose before a Rolex.