Watches are beautiful, technical and rich with history, and at Heirloom Watch we’re dedicated to finding your perfect match.
Distinctive green bezel. Steel bracelet and 41mm steel case.
Rotating ceramic bezel designed with divers in mind.
The Rolex Submariner can only be described as an icon when it comes to dive watches. Water resistant up to 300m.
Carrying the weighty legacy of a Rolex Submariner featuring Rolex green.
The 1950s saw Rolex introduce watches with rotating bezels for divers. In 1954, Rolex debuted the Submariner, the first commercially available watch to boast a water resistance of up to 100m.
The original “Kermit”, reference 16610LV, was released in 2004 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Submariner and features a distinctive green bezel insert.
This latest edition of the Kermit (reference 126610LV) was released in 2020 with a ceramic bezel, in line with other Rolex sports models. The release of the 126610LV coincided with the official retirement of the 116610LV “Hulk”.
We’re partners not traders.
We don’t believe in waiting lists, preferred client lists, or making you jump through hoops to get the watch that was always meant to be yours.
It all started with a bang, or rather the drop of the auctioneer’s gavel. On 26th October 2017, at Phillips auction house in New York, Paul Newman’s 1968 Rolex Daytona sold for just shy of $17.8 million. What ensued was a frantic dash to snap up vintage timepieces from the likes of Rolex, Patek Philippe and the wider luxury watch market.