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Rolex Comex Diver Sea-Dweller

Rolex Comex Diver Sea-Dweller

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  • Year:1992
  • Reference:16600
  • Movement:Automatic
  • Caliber:1520
  • Clasp:Deployant
  • Dial:Black
  • Size (Case):40mm
  • Material (Case):Steel
  • Bracelet:Steel
  • Glass:Sapphire Crystal
Additional Information
  • Condition:Excellent Information
  • Box:Yes
  • Papers:Yes
  • Warranties:P&P 12 Month Warranty Information
  • SKU:910002

At a depth of 501m, the Comex diver and his Rolex are both working perfectly.

We are thrilled to announce that we can offer you a Comex Sea-Dweller!

Recognisable by the word “COMEX” on the dial and its serial number and reference engraved on the inside of the case back and the issue number engraved on the outside of the case back.

The ref. 16600 is the last edition of Comex Sea-Dwellers. The other two reference numbers are 1665 and 16660. The first editions of 16600s had just 100 pieces. In 1992 they introduced more Comex Sea-Dwellers starting with the issue number 3200. This Comex is a very early example as the engraved issue number on the case back is 3221.

The stainless-steel case of this iconic dive watch measures 40mm in diameter and houses the calibre 3135. The black “COMEX”-signed dial has a tritium index with white-gold hour marker surroundings. The sapphire crystal and deep black aluminium inlay give the watch a very modern look. The Oyster bracelet with safety lock is in perfect condition and barely has any stretch.

Let us dive a little deeper in the story of the partnership between Rolex and Comex. Compagnie Maritime d’Expertises, abbreviated Comex, is a French diving organization. During the late 1970s, the company commissioned Rolex to produce reliable diving watches that could endure extreme depths and circumstances. These Sea-Dweller references were exclusively issued to Comex employees. So, they were not available to the public and only produced in small quantities therefore, these watches are rare and highly sought after by collectors.

Comex watches are extremely rare and most Comex-signed watches are Submariners. Therefore, a Comex Sea-Dweller is a highly prized collectors watch. 

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When will my watch be shipped?

Your watch will be shipped within 48 hours of purchase provided this falls between Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm GMT. We may ship watches sooner than this, but never later.

How will my watch be shipped?

All our watches are shipped fully insured and tracked. The courier will depend on your location. For mainland UK it is usually Royal Mail, and for outside of the UK it is usually FedEx or DPD. If you have a preferred courier we are happy to discuss this with you. Our full shipping policy can be found here.

Why do you require my ID and a recent utility bill?

Due to the nature of our business and large presence in the market, we have to validate every purchase to prevent any attempted fraud. We ask for a photograph ID and recent utility bill as a preventative measure to keep the business and our customers safe from any fraud. You can find or full policy on this here.

What if I am not happy with my watch?

If you are not happy with your watch for any reason we have a 14 day return policy from the date you receive the watch provided it has not been worn, the full returns policy can be found here. If you face any issues with your watch after this period we offer a one year warranty where manufacturers warranty has expired and our team of experts are more than happy to assist you with any enquiry regarding your watch. You can view our full warranty policy here, and get in contact with us here.


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