because its not something you will enjoy in the long run. trust.
Whether you like it or not, the watch you choose says a lot about you (much like your shoes, but that's a story for another thread). If you are a mafia/triad godfather or a gulf arab sheikh with a crustache...it fits.. But judging by your avatar, I'm gonna go ahead and guess you are less than 30 years old and not one of the stereotypes mentioned.
The classic submariner is always a good choice. The pepsi bezel GMT is good if you have other watches that could carry the majority of the load otherwise, but I wouldn't want it as a daily wearer. Just my two cents.
Take the time to understand the difference between a 5513, 14060/m, and the 116610 unless you know you want a brand new one.
It would still be a good idea to know why some people go gaga for the vintage over the contemporary version.
hint: dial markers and lugs
If you aren't comfortable wading into the vintage market, thats cool too. I just find it important to make an informed decision
thats the newest one, thats why.. The dial markers have white gold surrounds, the lugs are a bit larger (some like them and others do not). All depends on what you are comfortable with and the size of your wrist.
Then green bezel isnt bad IMO, but its just not as versatile (like the pepsi GMT)
Both WarrenG and akatsuki, members who post in this thread frequently JUST (i mean within the last week or so) bought subs so stick around to hear what they have to say or shoot em a PM
dig backwards in here to see some of their pics too
I usually check chrono24 to get pricing ideas. I have never purchased on the internet like that but some people here have. Newcomer has recommended timezone so you can ask him about that too. I would be warier about Rolex v other brands because Rolexes are counterfeited a lot. The link you showed me...im no expert but I would take a close look at the size of the numbers in the date window
Thanks for chiming in Newcomer...
I agree with what Newcomer is saying. Haste can make you do some stupid things, especially on the internet. If you want to buy it ASAP just go to an AD.
Best thing you can do is become intimately aware of what a real one looks/feels like
#1 is the weight of how it feels
everything else is in the details: polishing on the bracelet, the movement (tho most fakes have ETA so a smooth sweeping hand tells you squat), otherwise you gotta get into how many seconds the "swiss made" spans, the size of the magnification of the cyclops, etc. If you dont know those details then you should first before buying off some random dude.
Google "how to spot a fake rolex" and read.
If it was me, and I am in the market for a vintage sub sooner or later, I would go to a reputable shop.