The shortage of Rolex is still on. And it’s all over the world, I got those pictures from a friend. After the election day in the US, all luxury brands are closed because they worry about the riot, Rolex is not worried at all.
In March of 2018, we saw the first true evolution of the original 41mm model – the new Black Bay Fifty-Eight. Sized at 39mm.
Tudor has announced this new “Navy Blue” model on July 1st, 2020.
The blue version of the Fifty-Eight was one of the main predictions people had that Tudor would release. Then Baselworld was announced canceled and Tudor left us hanging with their releases. But now, finally, on the 1st of July 2020, Tudor has released the blue Fifty-Eight.
The Tudor Heritage Black Bay 79030B has the 39mm stainless steel case that we have come to love. This case stays true to vintage Tudor dive watches not only in terms of design but also in size.
|Oyster Perpetual||126000||36mm OP||$3800-$5700|
|Oyster Perpetual||124300||41mm OP||$5000-$6500|
|Submariner||126610LV||41mm Green ceramic bezel & Green dial with Date on the oyster bracelet||$12000-$13000|
|Submariner||124060||41mm No date Black ceramic bezel & black dial||$8900-$9200|
|Submariner||126610LN||41mm Black ceramic bezel & black dial with Date on the oyster bracelet||$10000-$10500|
|Submariner||116610LN||Black ceramic bezel & black dial with Date on the oyster bracelet||$7000 – $8000|
|116610LV||Green ceramic bezel & Green dial with Date on the oyster bracelet||$8500 – $10000|
|Submariner||16610||with Date on osyter bracelet||$4500 – $5500|
|Submariner||14060||No date on the oyster bracelet||$5000 – $6500|
|Submariner||116613LN||Steel & Gold with Ceramic Blue Bezel on 2tone bracelet||$8500 – $9000|
|Submariner||116613LB||Steel & Gold with Ceramic Black Bezel on 2tone bracelet||$9000 – $9500|
|116300||Steel 41mm, smooth steel bezel on Oyster/Jubilee bracelet||$5000 – $5500|
|116334||Steel 41mm, 18k white gold bezel on Oyster/Jubilee bracelet||$5500 – $6000|
Fluted 2 tone
|116333||Steel & Gold 41mm, 18k Yellow gold bezel on Oyster/Jubilee bracelet||$7000 – $7500|
|116200||Steel 36mm, smooth steel bezel on Oyster or Jubilee bracelet||$3800 – $4300|
|116234||Steel 36mm, 18k white gold bezel on Oyster/Jubilee bracelet||$4300 – $4800|
|Daytona||116520||40mm steel with steel bezel||$12500 – $15500|
|Daytona||116500||40mm steel with ceramic bezel||$15000 – $16000|
|Daytona||116518LN||40mm 18k yellow gold ceramic bezel on oysterflex rubber strap||$20000 – $22000|
|Daytona||116519LN||40mm 18k white gold ceramic bezel on oysterflex rubber strap||$23000 – $25000|
|Daytona||116509||40mm 18k white gold case & bezel on gold bracelet||$17000 – $23000|
|Day Date 2||218238||41mm 18k Yellow gold case on 18k gold president bracelet||$24000 – $27000|
|Day Date 40||228238||40mm 18k Yellow gold case on 18k gold president bracelet||$21500 – $23500|
|Day Date 36mm||18238||36mm, 18K Yellow Gold on gold bracelet, Double Quickset||$8500 – $9500|
|Explorer II||16570||40mm, steel on bracelet, GMT, automatic||$4500 – $6000|
|GMT Master II Pepsi||126710|
|40mm, ceramic bezel, Steel on jubilee bracelet, automatic cal. 3285||$14000 – $15000|
|GMT Master II Yellow Gold||116718||40mm, 18K yellow gold on bracelet, Green dial, GMT, automatic||$17000 – $19000|
|Day Date |
|18038||36mm, 18K Yellow Gold on gold bracelet, Single Quickset||$7000 – $8000|
|Yacht-Master Platinum Bezel||116622||40mm, steel with platinum bezel, dark Rhodium dial||$7500 – $8500|
|116622||40mm, steel with platinum bezel, dark Blue dial||$7000 – $8000|
|GMT Master II |
|40mm, steel on the bracelet, GMT with Blue & Black ceramic bezel||$8000 – $9500|
|GMT Master II |
|116710LN||40mm, steel on the bracelet, GMT with a Black ceramic bezel||$6000 – $8500|
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3 Easy Step
1. Get a free quote from RolexBook.com
2. Get the best offer form RolexBook, and send us your watch.
3. Get Paid.
HOW DO I SHIP THE WATCH?
We will send the shipping label to your email. Check your email and print the shipping label. Pack the watch and all accessories carefully with bubble wrap and put it in the watch box. Then put watch box in a slightly bigger box with padding materials. Then seal the box and tape the shipping label onto the box.
I DON’T HAVE THE BOX/PAPERS.
It will affect the price. The paper or warranty card is very important when trying to resell. Box and packaging not so much but they still play a big role while trying to resell.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET A QUOTE?
Under the normal circumstances it takes between 12-24 hours. In order to give you the best price we sometimes may need another 24 hours.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE FOR ME TO GET PAID?
Less than 24hours for Bank wire, PayPal for a US account.
The check may take up to 7 days.
HOW DO I GET PAID?
1. Bank Wire
2. PayPal( no fees)
4. Store credit
DOES WATCH PAYER ACCEPT WATCHES FROM OUTSIDE OF THE US?
The short answer is YES, but you have to contact us first before you ship your watch.
HOW TO ESTIMATE THE VALUE OF MY WATCH?
It’s based on 2 key facts
1. Condition of your watch
2. Market price
I PACKED MY WATCH, WHAT DO I DO NEXT?
When you are ready to ship your package, either schedule a pick-up or take the package to any authorized UPS or FedEx shipping facility. DO NOT DROP your package off at a dropbox, the insurance does not cover drop-off package.
DOES THE QUOTE EXPIRE?
Yes, it does. Because watch market are similar to stock market, our quote is valid within 7 days after we send it. Please contact us if you need more days to ship it or you have a second thought.
WHAT DO I HAVE TO DO WHEN I SHIPPED MY WATCH?
Once we receive your watch, our professional watchmakers will inspect it. And if there is no problem we will send you the payment immediately. We will inform you if you watch need a full overhaul or repair. If the watch is a replica, we will ship it back to you at your own cost.
WHAT HAPPEN IF THE PACKAGE LOST DURING SHIPMENT?
All our shipments are cover by the third-party insurance company. And they are going to cover the full quote price. If your watch lost or damaged during shipment, you are insured for the full amount we quoted for your watch. DO NOT DROP your package off at a dropbox, the insurance does not cover drop-off package.
WHAT HAPPEN IF THE COMPETITION COMPAY QUOTE YOU MORE?
Don’t worry, send us the quote you received, and we will match it.
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The easiest and best way to date your modern Tudor watch is if you have the original certificate for your watch. If you do, the date of which the watch was purchased should be on the certificate. Simply confirm that the serial number on your Tudor watch matches the serial number that is engraved on your Tudor.
If you don’t have the original certificate for your watch, it gets a bit trickier. The good news is that Tudor has information about every single watch that has left the factory, which is registered through their individual serial numbers. The bad news is that this information can be difficult, if not impossible to access.
40,000 – 140,000 1940 – 1956
1926 Oyster Case
1927 Serial Number On Oyster Case
1931 Oyster Perpetual
1938 Bubble Back
1938 Oyster Bracelet
1945 Jubilee Bracelet
1950 “Mercedes” Hands
1953 Submariner 100m/330ft
1953 Explorer 1954 GMT-Master
1954 Submariner 200m / 660ft
1954 Cyclops (aka Magnifying bump on Crystal)
1954 Lady’s Oyster Perpetual
1956 President Bracelet
1959 Submariner gets Crown Guards and 40mm Case
1960 DeepSea Special
1961 Oyster Cosmograph
1962 Cosmograph Daytona
1965 Submariner Date
1965 Submariner Date 18 k YG
1971 Explorer II
1972 Hacking Movement
1974 Sapphire Crystal
1977 Oysterquartz Day-Date
1977 Quick Set Date Feature
1978 Sea-Dweller 4000
1979 Submariner 300m/1000ft with Sapphire Crystal
1983 GMT-Master II
1983 Submariner Rolesor (aka Sub TT)
1988 Cosmograph Daytona (Zenith Movement aka Cal. 4030)
1994 Yachtmaster Lady & Mid-Sized aka Boys Size
2000 Cosmograph Daytona with new in-house Mvt (Cal. 4130)
2001 Laser Etched Hologram In Crystal
2002 end of Y series
2003 “Green” Submariner Date (aka Anniversary Model with Maxi Dial)
2003 Early 200 Non lugs holes started to make there appearence on most models
2004 Serial F/D on some models the Rolex Rolex Rolex On the Rehaut ring
2004 New Datejust Case
2005 New GMT-Master YG (Cal. 3186)
2006 New GMT-Master Rolesor (Cal. 3186)
2008 Ceramic Bezel on GMT
2008 Change the entire Sea-Dweller to the Deepsea, and the release of the Glidelock clasp
2010 New Submariner Case
2011 New Explorer II Case
2011 Re-release of a new Space Dweller Rolex
2012 Case change to Submariner No-date and Yacht-master
2012 The Deepsea Challenge
2013 TWO-COLOUR CERACHROM BEZELS
2014 NEW CELLINI COLLECTION
2014 CALIBRE 2236 FEATURING A SYLOXI HAIRSPRING
2015 NEW-GENERATION MOVEMENT – CALIBRE 3255
2015 OYSTERFLEX BRACELET
2015 SUPERLATIVE CHRONOMETER CERTIFICATION
2017 CELLINI MOONPHASE
2018 GMT2 “Pepsi”（126710 BLRO），CALIBRE 3285
2018 GMT2 Everose gold（126715CHNR）
2018 GMT2 Rolster Everose gold/SS（126711CHNR）
2018 Rainbow Daytona Everose gold（116595RBOW）
2018 CALIBRE 3235 Datejust 31mm & 36mm
2019 Yacht-master 42mm White gold Oysterflex
2019 Sea-Dweller Rolesor（126603）
2019 GMT2（126710 BLNR）
2019 Day-Date 36mm（128xxx）CALIBRE 3255
2019 Datejust 36mm（126xxx）CALIBRE 3235
2019 Yacht-master 40mm（1266xx）CALIBRE 3235
2020 40mm Sub 116610LV has been discontinued
2020 41mm Submariner 126610
2020 41mm Oyster Perpetual 124300