Still a Lot of people is inclined to own a Stainless steel rather than two tone Submariner, I don't mind to have a two tone as that is more attractive in appearance rather than a tool watch made of plain steel Submariner.
This is an example of a Rolex Submariner Two Tone Submariner Ref 16613 with a Patina Dial which has been changed to "Purple" instead of Blue dial.
This is also the Collector' s preference "T25" dial.
It is almost a NOS (new old stock) watch with razor sharp edges.
Note that the last picture is the current production Submariner Ref 116613LB which I took at yesterday sat one of the HK Rolex AD shop.
Can you see the difference between them?
1. The older one is Ref 16613 with purple Dial and bezel.
2. The 16613 has a T-25 dial
3. 16613 has a Flat "4" bezel
4. The new Submariner Ref 116613 has a ceramic bezel
What do you think we should go?