Certainly, the demand versus supply debate is in full swing on social media chatter. As Rolex’s not-too-subtle, underwater-themed teaser ads leading to its big reveal prove, the biggest stars of the brand’s 2020 line-up are new Submariner and Submariner Date models – timepieces with legendary lineage and insanely popular among Rolex fans.
The brand launches the new Submariner in its entire suite of executions, spanning steel to Rolesor to full gold models. It is a rather unusual move in that Rolex typically doesn’t unveil a collection’s range in all materials at once. It usually starts with gold references in one year, followed by steel models the following year.
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