The Rolex Submariner is arguably the most successful and most popular watch in the world. Originally designed and created for the scuba diving market, this model now transcends far beyond to reach sport enthusiasts from football, soccer, bicycling, baseball, Golf, basketball, Hollywood celebrities, hip-hop musicians, boxer, racer, dancers and more…
Rolex unveiled the Rolex Submariner green 16610V in 2003 to celebrate the Submariner line’s 50th anniversary. The first F series has a Flat Four on the bezel, it is rare. Mint or NOS is $19,000. This special-edition Rolex was discontinued in 2010, making it a valuable collector’s piece for any Rolex enthusiast. The Rolex Submariner green 16610V model took the traditional features of the Submariner 16610 and elegantly played them up – the unidirectional rotatable diver’s bezel is green. The model presented owners with a more colorful anniversary edition option, as the watch dial is also the color green.
One of the Best Selling Submariner
Either Submariner Green 16610LV Kermit is a collector’s piece, as each are limited-edition Rolex watches that are no longer in production. Collectors should plan to pay approximately $15,000 to $19,000 for a Kermit watch that is in mint condition. Even more for Flat Four. This is a fair price for such a unique timepiece, and experts agree the value of the anniversary watch will only increase over time. Investing in either the 16610V gives the owner a piece of Rolex history.
The early Flat Four is very collectible, next will be the grassy Green bezel B3.
It takes a while to catch the so called Flat Four, but the light green bezel B3 is eye Catching!
This is one that was made only in a few months of year 2006 in D series.