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US Quality Rolex Submariner LV — Dive Watches From Kermit To Starbucks — Which Green Do You Like Best?

When Swiss made fake Rolex introduced the fake Submariner LV in 2003, it raised many eyebrows. The Rolex Submariner is one of the most iconic watches in the world. Meaning “don’t touch it” and yet Rolex did.

The perfect replica Rolex Submariner is one of the divers with the longest uninterrupted production up to today. This watch speaks to one’s imagination and it developed itself from being a professional tool watch to a luxury item. In 2003, the Rolex Submariner celebrated its 50th anniversary.

That was reason enough for Rolex to do something completely wild. And so, the idea of giving it a green bezel emerged. This Rolex Submariner 16610 received an “LV” indication, 16610LV, where LV stands for “lunette verte“. Rolex created larger hour markers for this Submariner 50th anniversary model. This configuration can also be found on the Yacht-Master that pre-dates the Submariner 16610LV and is also known as “maxi dial”. Because of the green bezel, the Rolex Submariner 16610LV received the nickname Kermit.

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The Submariner Kermit

The Submariner Kermit had the same specifications as the regular Submariner Date (using caliber 3135). There were no real signs this was a tribute or anniversary model, other than the green bezel and maxi dial. Furthermore, there was no mention of an anniversary on the case back or in the paperwork that came with the watch. It is how Rolex celebrates. Basically, it doesn’t.

Flat 4 bezel

This introduction on the green Rolex Submariner Kermit wouldn’t be complete without mentioning the numerous variations of this watch. Mind you, these are all minuscule details that only connoisseurs and collectors would notice. In the seven years of production, from 2003 to 2010, there have been several different bezel versions, the “Flat 4” perhaps being most famous. “Flat four” means that the 4 of the “40” on the green bezel has a flat top. Then, there are some slight variations in the green color, some (almost) turning olive green. Often referred to as a B1 inlay or a Bertolli bezel.

A new Rolex engraved rehaut

One other “major” change was applied in 2007, when Rolex decided to laser engrave the rehaut with its brand name. At 6 o’clock, you’ll find the serial number of the watch. No longer there was a need to remove the bracelet to read the serial number between the lugs. This change was not limited to the green Submariner 16610LV though, it was applied to pretty much all Rolex models.

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Submariner Kermit market value

From the beginning, this green-bezel Sub has fans as well as haters. The price of the Kermit was identical to the regular Submariner Date and waitlists only existed for the Daytona. It was just a bold variation on the iconic diver with its black dial and bezel. As you all know, availability on these watches has changed quite a bit over the years. The very first Rolex Submariner 16610LV Mark I and II versions are especially sought-after. Prices for a Submariner Kermit are all over the place, almost reaching €40,000 (~ $45,000) for an unworn watch from 2003. Then, in 2010, Kermit was replaced by the Hulk.

Submariner Hulk

In 2010, Rolex introduced the ceramic Sub. You can find a historical overview of all Submariners in our write-up here. The Sub Date 16610 and therefore “Kermit” as well were discontinued in 2010, and the new models were clearly an upgrade on many levels. They boasted ceramic (Cerachrome) bezels, maxi dials, maxi cases, and a new bracelet. What remained was the trusty Rolex caliber 3135, a movement praised by many enthusiasts and watchmakers. Enthusiasts loved it because it is so accurate and reliable. Watchmakers fawned over them because they are so easy to work on. Our own Fratello watchmaker Paul always jokes (I hope) that he can drink while fixing one. The movement did receive some improvements by Rolex, assuring accuracy of +/-2 seconds per day on average.

904L steel and Chromalight

The most important changes were the maxi case and the new Oyster bracelet. The diameter of 40mm remained, but the lugs got a lot beefier. The Oyster bracelet finally received an update as well for the Rolex Submariner, with a Glidelock system for easy adjustment. No more soda can clasps! Another improvement over the previous Submariner generation is the use of 904L steel instead of 316L steel. 904L is (marginally) more corrosion resistant.

Before 2010, the Sea-Dweller already used 904L steel. As you can see in the picture above, the luminous material also changed for this new generation of Submariners. Rolex started applying Chromalight to the glow-in-the-dark markers and hands.

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Submariner Hulk value development

What surprised me a bit, is that Rolex kept the green Submariner in the range for so long. I was always under the assumption that it was an anniversary model and would perhaps disappear at some point. I was wrong, obviously. Green is here to stay, and in this new reference 116610LV Rolex not only kept the green bezel, but it also added a green dial.

Due to the beefier lugs and overall more rugged presence, the nickname “The Hulk” was initiated by enthusiasts. The green Rolex Submariner Hulk was in production from 2010 till (August) 2020, replaced by the new Submariner Date 41mm. Prices of the Hulk already saw a bump because of unavailability, but now received another spike in value development. Expect to pay around €17,000 (~ $20,000USD) today for a Submariner Hulk.

Submariner Starbucks

On September 1st, Rolex introduced an entire new Submariner collection. We covered the initial introduction in this article, and recently we published a story on the full gold version as well. Rolex made sure to include a new green Submariner as well. This is reference 126610LV.

The Starbucks Upgrades

The most important upgrades are the new 41mm cases with thinner lugs, wider bracelets, and a new movement. Rolex has installed caliber 3230 for the no-date version, and caliber 3235 for the Date models. These new movements offer more power reserve and higher efficiency due to the Chronergy escapement. The new green Submariner didn’t have to wait long for a nickname. The green ceramic bezel and black dial reminded some people of the Starbucks logo.

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Starbucks going Kermit

With the Submariner Starbucks, the design is actually more leaning towards the Kermit than the Hulk. Where the Hulk had a green dial, the Starbucks is back to black. It is not something I expected Rolex to do actually, but the brand are very good at doing things nobody expects.

Interesting about the Rolex Submariner Starbucks is the new Oyster bracelet. The end pieces measure 21mm instead of the previous 20mm, but also the clasp is noticeably wider than on the Hulk. But that also applies to the normal Rolex Submariner Date 126610LN and all other new references.

Three Green Subs

Here we are, with three generations of green Submariner watches from 2003 to 2020. Although the standard Rolex Submariner Date 16610 doesn’t cut it for me, the Kermit with its green bezel and maxi dial was a very good alternative. Today, the prices on those are too high to be an alternative to a standard 16610.

The Submariner Hulk, with its beefy lugs and green dial, was a major improvement over the Kermit in terms of technology, but it lacked a bit of elegance (as did its namesake). I used to have a Submariner from this generation in my collection, and the beefy lugs or maxi case never bothered me. That was until I had the chance to place all three of these AAA replica watches wholesale side-by-side.

The 2020 Rolex Submariner 126610LV Starbucks is most impressive and combines the best of both worlds, it seems. I do have a slight preference for the Kermit when it comes to the green color though. Especially those olive green ones. I think they are incredibly nice to look at.

Wrist Game Or Crying Shame: Waterproof US Sale Omega Seamaster Bullhead Replica Watch Online

Wrist Game or Crying Shame returns with a look at the perfect fake Omega Seamaster Bullhead, a kooky chronograph from one of our favorite brands. But first…Last week, we went double pusher with the Oris Chronoris 2005 Replica Edition. This rather lovely symmetrical chrono walked away with a startling 80% Wrist Game win. This week, we keep things extremely uniform with the Omega Seamaster Bullhead. Now, it was apparently one Winston Churchill who stated that, “if you can’t dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bull.” On that note, let’s see just see how brilliant this Bullhead is!

It was way back in the feel-good year of 2013 that we first caught wind of the Omega Seamaster Bullhead. Omega launched the watch at a Baselworld that was brimming with confidence. Who knew that a pandemic wouldn’t end up as the show’s hangman less than a decade later. Nope, chums, its chronic illness would be hubris alongside 2000s WiFi and exorbitant pricing. But I do digress and while picking on the show is fun, we’re here to talk about one of the more interesting chronographs in the last ten years.

You’d have to travel all the way back to 1969 when the first Omega Bullhead (reference 146.011) was released. It was a wild 42mm chronograph featuring a hand wound caliber 930 movement. The watch obtained its nickname due to placement of the crown at 12:00 and a pusher on either side. If you’re a Texas fan, one look would arouse a yell of, “hook ’em horns!” It’s a neat old watch. These watches were made for driving, but I wouldn’t use a bullhead in a bulldozer. No, silly, I’d sport it in a sports car. With your left arm on the wheel, you have a perfectly upright view of your fine Omega chronograph. Unfortunately, these old ones are tough to find and they usually hover around the €10,000 mark.

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A few options

But if riding or rocking a Bullhead is your sort of rodeo and vintage isn’t your thing, the 2013 models just might be for you. Omega came out with three different Bullhead models at the time. The watches came in at 43mm and use the Co-Axial automatic chronometer reference 3113. It has a date at 3pm like the original and a crown at 6 o’clock for a rotating internal 12 or 24 hour bezel. The watches were all steel, good down to 150m, and quality replica Omega gave buyers the choice of a black dial, silver dial, or today’s white dial with vintage soccer timer style bezel. I believe each was made in a series of 669 numbered pieces and they were pretty darn pricey at €8,290. Later, a classy white and blue model emerged for the Rio Olympics. Of note, these bovines had some real bouef on the hoof with over 14mm of thickness at the tooter and more than 15mm at the rooter.

Now, I think that the Seamaster Bullhead is one attractive, tough, and commanding watch, but it sadly ended up more like the character Ferdinand. What I mean is that more often than not it ended up sniffing the flowers within the display case versus heading into the ring. Blame high prices, a fairly awkward case design, and —hmm — let’s say high prices again for lackluster sales. It also exemplifies why the Bullhead simply isn’t the layout of choice for a chronograph. I own a vintage Seiko version and I really like it, but it is weird and I wear it exactly never.

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Odd, but cool

Still, check out this best Omega Seamaster Bullhead fake watches with Swiss movements and tell me it’s not worth trying? It’s a later Omega and that means that the finishing is tops. It’s also not your everyday premium chronograph. Sure, it’s sporty, but I think it’s pretty classy. And hell, if you’re traveling these days you’re probably piloting a car, so it’s even useful. But perhaps the best thing about these newer Omega models is that they’re available at a fair discount versus the original retail price. They’re certainly not cheap, but they seem to have bottomed out in the €6k plus range.

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