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    Ya lor...dun know what the model number stands for...
    Took me blood and sweat to remove/put back just one side, plus cleaning to have the "registered designed 1511" appeared. Dun dare to remove the other side after that....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolex5 View Post
    Ya lor...dun know what the model number stands for...
    Took me blood and sweat to remove/put back just one side, plus cleaning to have the "registered designed 1511" appeared. Dun dare to remove the other side after that....
    Actually the other side is the serial number...hahhaa

    LOL...the model number doesnt really stand for anything IMO...just for reference


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    Quote Originally Posted by paithorn View Post
    Year Clasp Code
    1976 A*
    1977 B
    1978 C*
    1979 D
    1980 E
    1981 F
    1982 G
    1983 H*
    1984 I*
    1985 J*
    1986 K*
    1987 L*
    1988 M*
    1989 N*
    1990 O
    1991 P
    1992 Q*
    1993 R
    1994 S
    1995 T or W
    1996 V
    1997 Z
    1998 Z or W
    1999 X
    2000 AB
    2001 DE
    2002 DT
    2003 AD
    2004 CL
    2005 MA
    2006 OP
    got a question on bracelet and clasp.
    my explorer 2 says 78790A (OP11) - double clasp
    my gmt 2 says 78360 (CL1) - single clasp
    The links looks the same. My question is can i buy a double clasp like the one in my exp 2 to fit on the bracelet on my gmt? any idea how much?

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    Hi Fellows,

    May I know is there any info on number of pieces out for each series beside knowing the series for the year out?

    I am trying to know the number of rolex pieces out for each series like Pam watches etc.


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    Updating the list. (Thanks Nottinghill with the info)

    Year / Series launch
    1987 / 1988 R
    1988 / 1989 L
    1989 / 1990 L
    1990 / 1991 E
    1991 / 1992 X/N (from Nov.)
    1992 / 1993 C
    1993 / 1994 S
    1994 / 1995 W
    1995 / 1996 W
    1996 / 1997 T
    1997 / 1998 U (from Aug.)
    1998 / 1999 A (from Nov.)
    1999 / 2000 A
    2000 / 2001 P (from Jan.)
    2001 / 2002 K (from Sept.)
    2002 / 2003 Y (from Sept.)
    2003 / 2004 F (from Sept.)
    2004 / 2005 F
    2005 / 2006 D (from Apr.)
    2006 / 2007 Z (from May)
    May 2006 Z series
    Aug 2007 M series
    Aug 2008 V series
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    I dun think there is as Rolex dun adopt the same marketing tactic to PAM.
    OP uses this tactic to increase demand and manage supply whch proved really successful for them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rottweiler View Post
    Hi Fellows,

    May I know is there any info on number of pieces out for each series beside knowing the series for the year out?

    I am trying to know the number of rolex pieces out for each series like Pam watches etc.


    Desired horologes ...

    - IWC Portuguese Automatic
    - GMT II
    - GMT IIc TT
    - Reverso Squadra Hometime (7008620)/ Reverso Squadra
    - Master Eight Days (1608420)
    - U1
    - IWC Aquatimer

    An exquisite timepiece, brings timeless memories and precious moments...


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    Quote Originally Posted by nim View Post
    refer my signature for the updated numbering
    hi , it's indeed very clear on yr signature of the Daytona series and year.... how about 116523 and some 116520 ??

    many thanks

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    Daytona 116520 SS model. 116523 TT (half gold) model. 116509 WG (white gold) model
    116515 RG (rose gold) model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuji_apple View Post
    Daytona 116520 SS model. 116523 TT (half gold) model. 116509 WG (white gold) model
    116515 RG (rose gold) model.
    Thanks very very much for the info .... !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nim View Post
    there's just so many models in rolex to choose from
    100x Agree.. the posion is getting deeper and deeper... ^_*

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