Behind the reference 114060 is the world's most famous and most sought-after diver's watch: the Rolex Submariner "No Date" – without date display. The Submariner was introduced in 1953 as a professional divers' watch and has served COMEX, a company specialising in deep diving. Its classic appearance, which fully complies with the design principle "form follows function", and the symmetrical look created by omitting the date display, makes the Ref. 114060 one of the most sought-after Submariner models.
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The reference number 114060
The Rolex reference numbers have always followed a fixed pattern. Individual digits provide information about certain features of the watches, while the remaining digits generally stand for the model in question. After the first Submariner No Date had the reference 14060, Rolex launched its successor reference - the Rolex 114060 - with the introduction of the six-digit references in 2012. These specific characteristics can be read from the reference number:
Six-digit reference: Since the Rolex 114060 is a six-digit reference, it is a model of the latest generation, which is characterised above all by excellent workmanship and the use of high-quality materials. For example, the Rolex 114060 has a ceramic bezel instead of an aluminium bezel, which still had the five-digit references.
"11" at the beginning: The "11" at the beginning indicates that the watch comes with a calibre from the penultimate series. Calibre 3130 has been in production since 2001 and is considered to be extremely robust and reliable - just right for a professional diving watch.
"0" at the end: At Rolex, the last digit always stands for the material. The "0" is used when the watch is made of Rolex's inhouse stainless steel alloy, Oystersteel.