Introducing the exquisite Rolex SUBMARINER REF 5513, a vintage treasure from the year 1963.
Featuring the iconic pointed crown guard, this model is an authentic representation of the era in which it was produced. The original “gilt” dial would be valued at £25,000, but this version has been updated with a 1970s Bond dial that includes stunning coffee-coloured Tritium plots and matching hands. Additionally, the faded bezel insert adds a touch of character to this already unique timepiece.
Crafted with stainless steel, this Rolex SUBMARINER REF 5513 (1963) comes with a durable bracelet/strap that will withstand the test of time. The 40mm case size is ideal for gents looking for a classic and timeless look. The flip lock clasp ensures a secure fit while the plexi crystal adds an extra layer of protection.
The black dial adds a touch of sophistication and complements the stainless steel material beautifully. This automatic movement watch is water-resistant up to 200m, making it perfect for those with an active lifestyle.
Watches of Distinction is proud to offer this stunning Rolex SUBMARINER REF 5513 (1963) at an exceptional price of £14,995. With a 12-month warranty, you can rest assured that you’re investing in a high-quality product that will bring you joy for years to come. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to own a piece of history.
Q: Is the Rolex Submariner Ref 5513 a good investment?
A: Yes, Rolex watches are known for their durability, reliability, and timeless design, making them a good investment for the future.
Q: Does the Rolex Submariner Ref 5513 come with a warranty?
A: Yes, the Rolex Submariner Ref 5513 comes with a 12-month warranty from Watches of Distinction.
Q: Is the Rolex Submariner Ref 5513 water-resistant?
A: Yes, the Rolex Submariner Ref 5513 is water-resistant up to 200m, making it suitable for swimming and snorkeling.
Q: Can I change the bracelet/strap?
A: Yes, the bracelet/strap can be changed, although the steel bracelet that comes with the watch is a classic choice that complements the watch’s design.
Q: Can I get the original “gilt” dial for this watch?
A: It is possible to find an original “gilt” dial, but it would increase the price significantly. This particular watch has a later “feet first” 1970s Bond dial fitted, which is still highly desirable and adds to the watch’s charm.