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Click Here to see Daytona 116520 -  with stock WHITE Dial for Stainless Steel model
Click Here to see Daytona 116520 -  with BLACK Dial from White Gold model 116509
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Notes:

 

Rolex Cosmograph was first introduced in early 1960's with hand wound Valjoux movement. This movement was later replaced in 1988 with automatic Zenith's version of El Primero movement which was modified by Rolex (cal. 4030) before placed in the case. In 2001 Rolex introduced the new in-house made movement (cal. 4130) that is currently powering all Rolex Daytona Watches.

Rolex Oyster Perpetual - Cosmograph Daytona

• Stainless Steel
• Specially engraved Bezel that can be used for
 calculating speed over known distance or
calculating production of units over time
• Scratch Resistant Synthetic Sapphire Crystal
• Oysterlock bracelet, model 78490 with folding safety clasp & quick-setting function (can be extended approx. 3 mm) 

On the right is Jocke's picture where 
you can see how it works


• 100m / 330ft water resistant
• Oyster Perpetual  Certified Automatic Chronometer
• Screw Down Crown
• Model 116520 - white dial

Instructions Manual Booklet.

Watch dimensions:
Lugs inside opening: 20mm
H:  46.75 mm -  lug-to-lug        
W: 38.75mm bezel only       
(43mm L side of the bezel to the R edge of the crown)      
Thickness: 12.5mm including sapphire crystal. 
 
Weight = 140 grams


Pictures and information about 16520 Stainless Steel Daytona

 

Movement:

Automatic Chronograph Movement, Rolex's own spiral balance-spring; Kif shock absorption; bi-directional rotor; fine regulation via Microstella screws, Breguet balance-spring; stop-seconds function; official chronometer with C.O.S.C. certification

Caliber: 4130 
Jewels: 44
Beats per Hour: 28,800
Power Reserve: 72 Hours 
Beats per Second: 8
Dimensions: Diameter = 30.5mm,
Height = 6.5mm, 
Introduced in: 2000/01
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Current U.S. MSRP: (02/2005)   $6,975

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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