Is the Rolex Submariner Hulk a good investment?

Depending on who you speak to, the 116610LV Hulk is either the worst Submariner ever conceived or the coolest dive watch on the market. Regardless of whether you think it falls into the former or latter category, one thing is for certain: in 2020, it made for a highly lucrative investment.

What year is the Rolex 116610?

The Rolex Submariner 116610LN was released in 2010 and featured the new 40mm MAXI case with much larger and more rugged lugs and crown guards. The 116610LN also features another upgrade over the previous generation Submariner 16610 – a black ceramic bezel with platinum inserts.

Will the green Submariner be discontinued?

And now, for the brand’s 2020 novelty announcements, the Rolex Submariner 116610LV “Hulk” has officially been announced discontinued.

Who wears a Rolex Hulk?

Rolex Submariner Hulk on Owen Wilson The ref 116610LV has been discontinued and replaced with the newly released green Submariner just this year, so collectors are investing in the original Hulk model, making it one of the hottest models in the pre-owned market today.

When did the Submariner go to 41mm?

1984 – Switch from matte to gloss dials with white gold markers; first two-tone Submariner. 2010 – Cerachrom bezel and Super Case design introduced. 2020 – Case increases to 41mm and lugs get redesigned.

Why is Rolex green?

Green is Rolex’s Signature Color That’s also a big reason why Rolex includes green details on some of its watches, such as the dial and bezel, particularly on anniversary models. Rolex is also closely associated with power and success, and green also happens to be the color of money.

Why is the green Rolex called the Hulk?

The Kermit Rolex commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Rolex Submariner in 2003. However, unlike the Hulk, the Kermit only used green in the bezel. The Hulk, which replaced the Kermit in 2010, had a green bezel and a green dial. It was also a more robust version of the Kermit’s 40mm case, hence the name Hulk…

How to identify a fake Rolex Submariner?

Inspect the Insert Details. “First,the insert is clearly inauthentic based on typical fonts seen in an era-correct ‘Fat Font’ Submariner insert.

  • Go Under the Loupe. “Next,I look at the dial under a loupe[aka a jeweler’s magnifying glass]with at least 10x magnification.
  • Fonts Are Difficult to Imitate.
  • Serial Numbers Don’t Lie.
  • Watch the Crown.
  • What does the dial of your Rolex tell you?

    Abundance of UV light from sunlight.

  • Varnish still in good condition.
  • Stored in the dark,e.g. vault,for a considerable period of time. No owner of a tropical watch ever stated the dial coloured brown from wearing it.
  • Did Rolex ever make a white dial submariner?

    the MK3 is the only “Meter First” dial with a “full red” “Submariner” title with no white base layer. This was the first dial which donned the “feet” depth rating before that of the “meters” one.

    Should I Sell my Rolex Submariner?

    If you are looking to sell your Rolex Submariner , you should look for an established and reliable professional buyer. These businesses usually employ their own professional appraisers and can determine the true value of your watch. They can also provide you with a lump sum payment that is reflective of the model’s true worth.