09 2015

ROLEX SUBMARINER Ref.5513 Pre-COMEX

かなり以前から探していたPre-COMEX 5513。
ようやく納得のいくコンディションで入荷です。

コロネットが太っちょで下部がボテっとした感じや、文字盤の文字のレイアウト、
そして細かなディテールの違い等々。
Pre-COMEXはシリアルや年代、ディテール等決まりごとが有るので、それに合致してれば安心です。
で、オリジナリティーが高ければ、なおの事OKですね。

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SUBMARINER Ref.5513 Pre-COMEX

Now on SALE !

Pre COMEX

Ah yes the Pre COMEX Dial...

The first question many of you might ask is, “Who gave it that name and why?” Well here is your answer. Ed Delgado posted the following on VRF on October 24, 2008, “The term Pre COMEX I used initially a few months ago to refer to watches with very similar characteristics to some of the COMEX 5514 dials..(not all) Usually associated with watches in the 5 mil serial. no. It was not intended to be a term to be used for people to ask premiums on their watches, just to describe watches with similar characteristics..” Well there you have it from the guy who coined the term, and I think when you understand the context in which he intended it to be used, it is as helpful as calling a certain dial a Serif Dial and another a Non Serif Dial. Thank you Ed!

・The most obvious way to tell is by looking at the coronet, which on the Pre COMEX dial is fat, rather than slender at the bottom. The coronet on the Maxi I by contrast is more tapered and slender at the bottom in appearance.
・In addition, the Pre COMEX dial has the “=” in the depth rating above and slightly to the left of the “A” in “Submariner” while the Maxi I Dial has the “=” sign in the depth rating directly above the “A” in “Submariner”.
・Finally the Pre Comex dial has a normal appearing “S” in “SUBMARINER” while the Maxi I Dial has the characteristic “zig zag S” in “SUBMARINER” which looks more like a backwards capital “Z” than an “S”.

かなり少ない生産数なので、楽しみですね。

詳しくは、Pre COMEX からもご覧いただけます。
ご興味のある方は。

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