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WELCOME TO WATCHCENTRE.COM.The founder, Raj Jain, has a true passion for the watch business. He started his business over 25 years ago by becoming a trusted buyer for the Maharajas of India who had acquired incredibly valuable and rare watches such as Rolex, Jaeguer Le-Coultre, Vacheron & Constantin, Patek Phillipe and Cartier, amongst other luxury brands. As his reputation amongst the royal families grew, he quickly became one of the most recognized vintage and rare watch dealers in Bombay and London. After dealing privately for many years and through his showroom in Mumbai, Raj opened a showroom in Central London on Blenheim Street in 1996, right around the corner from our current location on New Bond St. Amongst his clients are some of the most distinguished watch collectors from the UK, Europe, Middle East and Asia.

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Rolex Unworn Deepsea Sea-Dweller Stainless Steel D-Blue

London, United Kingdom

Case material: Steel; Charge: Automatic; Conditions: Never worn Year : 2016; Presentation condition : With dealer guarantee ; Place: United Kingdom, London Model: Sea-Dweller Price on request Gmtbroker Reference: 116660 An Unworn Stainless Steel Oyster Perpetual Deepsea Sea-Dweller D-Blue Edition Gents Wristwatch, d-blue dial  with applied hour markers, date at 3 0'clock, a stainless steel uni-directional rotating bezel with a black cerachrom insert engraved with platinum coated arabic numbers an graduations, a stainless steel oyster bracelet with a stainless steel oysterlock deployant clasp, sapphire glass, automatic movement, titanium case back, waterproof to 3900m/12800ft, helium escape valve,  has never been worn - factory stickers still attached,  comes complete with a Rolex box  and New Style Warranty Card  dated August 2016 -   therefore will still be covered under  Rolex  international warranty until August 2021. N.B.  This special timepiece was unveiled at the American Museum of Natural History in New York was in tune with the original Rolex Deepsea that film director James Cameron's one-man dive into the Mariana Trench in 2012 – the deepest point in the world. One of the most prominent features of the Rolex Deepsea D-Blue is the colour gradient on the dial of the watch – gradually turning from rich blue to black, symbolic of Cameron’s dive into the unknown. In order to handle the pressures of the ocean, this timepiece is supported by the Ringlock system which ensures it is pressure-resistant to 3,900 meters/ 12,800 feet and with a special Rolex

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