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Pre-owned Year of production 1971 No original box No original papers
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Basic Info

Listing code EBCLA9
Brand Rolex
Model Datejust Turn-O-Graph
Reference number 1625/3
Dealer product code 22063001
Movement Automatic
Case material Gold/Steel
Bracelet material Steel
Year of production 1971
Condition (Light signs of wear or scratches)
Scope of delivery
No original box, no original papers
Location Japan, Otsu-shi


Movement Automatic


Case material Gold/Steel
Case diameter 36 mm
Crystal Plastic
Dial Gold


Bracelet material Steel
Bracelet length 190 mm


This is an automatically translated text.
Rolex "Datejust Thunderbird Ref.1625 / 3" is in stock.
Datejust is a universal long-selling model that is said to be the standard of Rolex.
In the long history of Datejust, several derivative models have been born, "Thunderbird" is one of them.
The Thunderbird is based on a model specially ordered to commemorate the retirement of Colonel Don Ferris, the captain of the US Air Force acrobatics team "Thunderbirds."
It is said that it is derived from the nickname "Thunderbird" for Datejust with a rotating bezel.
At that time, it was a "nickname", but now it is completely a "nickname".
It was a rather brute force method of attaching a rotating bezel to the datejust, which is the global standard for luxury practical watches, but the result is an interesting watch that exquisitely combines luxury and casualness.
This Thunderbird Ref.1625, manufactured around 1971, is equipped with a bezel that is characteristic of Thunderbirds from the 1950s to the 1970s, with clear irregularities and a very laborious carved part. I am.
It is a very popular model that has become difficult to see even in the antique market.
Come on this occasion!

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