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Old 7 April 2023, 09:03 AM   #121
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Hi all,

I vaguely remember there being a resource that talked about which 16660 dials had the "SWISS - T<25" hyphen exactly centered over the 30 minute mark v.s. those dials that had the hyphen slightly to the right of the 30 minute mark.

Does anyone know which dials (and why) there were two different alignments for the SWISS - T<25 printing?

(I'm specifically interested in the >Mk2 dials, but any idea about this is more than welcomed)

Thanks!
Not sure of the dial Mark # but my 16600 (not a 16660) with U serial has the hyphen centered over the 30 minute mark.
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Old 7 April 2023, 10:51 AM   #122
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Bought my first Rolex last December when I got Thee Phone Call from AD. I was so excited like a young kid at Christmas. It was the Rolex James Cameron Sea Dweller 44mm and I love it. I am unable to insert a picture as I don't have a URL site for a picture.
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Old 9 April 2023, 06:22 AM   #123
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Despite the many Rolex owned even more prestigious and expensive, 16600 remains my watch, the rest is .... only a game

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Old 9 April 2023, 08:28 AM   #124
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Wow! Fantastic collection!
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Old 21 April 2023, 06:58 AM   #125
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I was actually looking for one of these when I got my submariner back in the day
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Old 24 May 2023, 01:47 AM   #126
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This is a great post for learning ! Thanks
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Old 30 May 2023, 06:56 AM   #127
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Old 30 May 2023, 10:46 AM   #128
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This one found me a couple months ago. My 14060M is really all I need, but this SD is fun to wear!
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Old 2 June 2023, 11:32 PM   #129
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This one found me a couple months ago. My 14060M is really all I need, but this SD is fun to wear!
Nice one. To me the 16600 is the one Rolex I always wanted. Mine recently came back from service at RSC and looks great (Mark IV dial from 2006). Essential Rolex. Maybe a current Explorer 36mm at some point.
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