Tudor Submariner “Snowflake” Ref. 94110 / Year 1979

CHF 12'750.00

SKU 220 Categories ,

Maker: Tudor

Model: Submariner

Reference: 94110

Year: 1979

Serial: 91x’xxx

Material: Stainless Steel

Dial: Tritium Blue Dial

Dimensions: 40mm

Crystal: Plexi

Lume: Tritium

Bracelet: Rolex, folded link bracelet, ref. 9315 with 380 endlinks. Clasp stamped B (Year 1977)

Box & Papers: None



Introducing the exquisite Tudor Submariner Snowflake Ref. 94110, a mesmerizing stainless steel timepiece crafted in 1979. Prepare to be enchanted by its allure as the blue dial gracefully matures, acquiring a delightful creamy hue over the passing years. The Indexes look like little sponges. The dial and hands retain their authentic charm, devoid of any fluorescent properties under UV light. The case remains in excellent condition, preserving the timepiece’s overall appeal. Complete with a Rolex folded link bracelet, ref. 9315, featuring 380 endlinks and stamped B (Year 1977), this Submariner epitomizes elegance. Its impeccable state elevates it to the status of a coveted possession among collectors who value the authenticity of their timepieces.

The tritium dial and hands of the Tudor Submariner have been flawlessly preserved, harmoniously complementing one another. It’s worth noting that tritium hands and hour markers ceased production in the late 90s within the Swiss watch industry. A noteworthy advantage of these particular pieces is that Tudor, a brand owned by Rolex, utilized Rolex parts until the late 90s. Hence, this specific timepiece proudly showcases a Rolex-signed crown and caseback, further enhancing its allure.

The price includes Swiss VAT of 7.7%, which can be directly deducted for export, and the shipping cost comes with full worldwide insurance. Please note that the customer will be responsible for paying any customs duties in their country.

We have completed a full service to ensure precision and accuracy, and we offer a 2-year warranty (excluding waterproofness) starting from 10.08.2023. In the event of a warranty claim within this period, the customer will need to cover the cost of shipping the watch to our watchmaker.

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