Rolex No-Date Submariner (Ref 114060)

Baselworld 2012:  Moving on to new 2012 Rolex models actually worth resting your eyes on (I still can’t get over the Sky-Dweller)….the classic Rolex no-date Submariner has been upgraded.   Bearing number reference 114060, the Rolex Submariner \THE reference when it comes to a dive watch now boasts a Cerachrom bezel and updated Oyster bracelet with Glidelock clasp.  Also, the bracelet now has solid links and the spring-loaded Oysterlock clasp.  The hands, dial indices and bezel pip have the blue glowing Chromalight luminous material (see photo below). The movement remains the same cal. 3130 as the 14060M.  Respect.

Rolex No-Date Submariner (Ref 114060)

40mm steel case, automatic mechanical Rolex movement, ceramic bezel, 300m water resistance

  • James

    Love it! I only wish Rolex had made a no-date Sub in non-chronometer version…

    • Paul Butterfield

       They did – a 14060. The 14060M is the chronometer version. I have a 1998 no date sub which isnt a chronometer – the M and the chronometer was introduced around 2000.

      • James Bond

        I know Rolex did. What I meant was I wish they had made this version (supersize case) in the non-chronometer. Sorry for the confusion.

        • Mark

          This may sound like a layman’s questions, but why would you wish for a non-chronometer version?

          • James Bond

            The 6538 is my favorite Submariner and the 14060m was most like it. The simplicity and symmetry I find attractive.

          • James Bond

            Also, I will miss the drilled lug holes.

  • Monster-ann

    how much about the price?