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    Default Some Rolex reference material for crystals, case sizes, serial and reference numbers...*RG Award Winning Post*

    Upon doing some research for my Rolex franken project, I found some helpful reference specifications on Rolex. I will continue to add to this when I find more.

    Here is a list of common watch case sizes, including bezel size, thickness, crystal, bracelet and clasp width:
    http://clockmaker.com.au/rolex_case_size.html

    Here is a list of date of production based on the serial number:
    http://www.qualitytyme.net/pages/numbers.html

    Here is a list of crystal reference numbers based on the watch:
    http://www.esslinger.com/pdfs/rolex%...l%20number.pdf

    Here is a list of Rolex reference numbers and what their common names are for them. This one tells you the differences between fluted and domed bezels, white gold, SS, platinum, etc. based on the last two digits of the reference number.
    http://www.melrosejewelers.com/model...r-features.htm

    This one tells you the full reference number.
    http://www.melrosejewelers.com/model...ence-chart.htm

    This one tells you the correct crown reference number:
    http://www.esslinger.com/pdfs/rolex%...n%20number.pdf

    This one tells you the correct case tube reference number
    http://www.esslinger.com/pdfs/rolex%...e%20number.pdf

    Caseback gasket number reference chart:
    http://www.esslinger.com/pdfs/rolex%...t%20number.pdf

    Here is the corresponding calibres to the Rolex ref. number:
    http://www.watchgeek.com/rolex-molel-to-caliber.pdf


    Some more information about reference numbers and calibres with a bit of history
    http://www.interwatches.com/rolex-history
    Last edited by If you see Kay; 12-17-2012 at 05:26 AM. Reason: Rolex ref numbers and calibres

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    Great info there. Thanks for sharing the fruit of your labour

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    Thanks for the info!

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    Good stuff! Cheers!

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    Sticky

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    great info here, thanks

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    I agree, sticky this one!

    Great info, I bookmarked these pages.


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    thank you so much, I just try to find out which crystal for 16610

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    Added crown, case tube and caseback gasket reference numbers.
    Last edited by If you see Kay; 04-06-2011 at 11:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pureak View Post
    thank you so much, I just try to find out which crystal for 16610
    16610 takes a 25-295-C1. The only differences in the crystal for the 16610, 16570 and GMT II are the gasket.

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    T, Thanks for such a terrific resource thread.

    Very helpful for many a fellow RepGeek!

    This thread is now "Stuck"

    Thank you for sharing w your fellow RepGeeks.

    Welcome to RepGeek - fun, friendly, flame free and informative.

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    Here is the corresponding calibres to the Rolex ref. number:
    http://www.watchgeek.com/rolex-molel-to-caliber.pdf

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    Nice info here

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    Any idea on what the crystal number is for the ceramic submariner (116610)?
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    First time I read this post and sticky.

    It will come in handy for future reference.
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    Ok, well seriously... what is the correct size sapphire and plastic crystal numbers for an Alpha (and many other clone) Datejust along the 16233 bezel size that I should try to up-mod it from the original mineral crystal?

    What I need is a list that metrafies for all the of those lists and tables into the exact crystal measurements in millimeters!

    It's so convoluted and obscure to know what the physical dimensions of the case's bezel but not be able to find the corresponding Rolex crystal that would fit it!

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    Nice ! I should call it rolex-opedia !

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    Thank you for the effort, excellent ref material.

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    Lot's of good stuff all in one place!

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    Great info mate!

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    whoa, people are still using this? That's great!

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    excellent

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