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Sell Your Rolex Daytona

If you have a Rolex Daytona model you wish to sell, then look no further then W1 Watches. We offer free valuations and immediate cash payments for your Rolex Daytona, whether it be the popular Steel Rolex Daytona 116520 or the Gold Rolex Daytona 16518.

The more information you provide us about your Rolex Daytona watch, the more accurate we can be on the appraisal. The condition of your Rolex watch will be taken into consideration when determining the price paid. If you wish to get an immediate valuation on selling your Rolex Daytona watch for cash, you can contact us on our 24 hour helpline - 020 7734 4799 or simply fill out our online quote form.

Examples of Rolex Daytona Models We Buy:

Rolex Daytona 116520 Introduced in 2000, a stainless steel Rolex Daytona powered by the new in house movement Calibre 4130 movement.

Rolex Daytona 16519 Introduced in 1997, a Rolex Daytona in White Gold.

Rolex Daytona 16518 Introduced in 1992, a Rolex Daytona in Yellow Gold on a leather strap and deployment clasp.

Rolex Daytona 16523 Introduced in 1988, a steel and gold Rolex Daytona.

Rolex Daytona 16528 Introduced in 1988, a yellow gold Rolex Daytona.

Rolex Daytona 6263 & 6265 Introduced in 1971, model 6263 was an improved version of Model 6262, while model 6265 improved upon model 6264.

Rolex Daytona 6240 Introduced in 1964, the new Daytona model featured a screw down waterproof pushers and "Oyster" engraved on its dial.

Rolex Daytona 6262 & 6264 Introduced in 1965, model 6262 replaced the model 6239, while the model 6464 replaced the model 6241.

Features of the Rolex Daytona

Some of the common features of a Rolex Daytona are:

• 40mm case with screw-down push buttons,

• Automatic chronograph movement - Rolex Caliber 4130

• Water resistant to 100m

• Sapphire crystal

• Special screw-down push buttons

The Rolex Daytona is available in a variety of different finishes such as the stainless steel 116520, steel and 18ct gold or solid white/yellow gold with a choice of many dial colours.

The gold Rolex Daytonas are also available on leather straps in different colours.

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The history of the Rolex Daytona

The Rolex Cosmograph Daytona ref 6239 was introduced in 1960. A self-winding wristwatch with chronograph features and powered by the Valjoux 72 movement. Being a sports watch its features included being waterproof, a Oyster folding bracelet and functions that allowed keeping perfect track of lap times and average speeds.

Introduced in 1965, Rolex Daytona ref 6262 & 6264 were launched. Model 6262 replaced the model 6239, while the model 6464 replaced the model 6241. These models were an improvement over the earlier versions as they utilized a new Valjoux 727 movement.

At the start of the 1970's, Rolex introduced two new Daytonas with reference 6263 and 6265. With the new models came improvements, reintroducing screw-down push buttons, a larger winding crown and difference with the bezel.

In 1988, Rolex launches its first automatic chronograph movement. Produced in stainless steel: 16520, steel and gold: 16523 and yellow gold: 16528

In 1992, Rolex launched ref 16518: a Daytona in yellow gold on a leather strap and in 1997, Rolex launched ref 16519: a Daytona in white gold on a leather strap.

One of the most collectible and sought after Rolex Daytona is the Paul Newman Daytona. Made famous from Paul Newman wearing the watch in the film Winning, it sports a "exotic dial" and fetches record prices at auction.

Since 2000, Rolex began manufacturing its own movements and developed the Rolex 4130 calibre (model number: 116520). It contains 290 components, a 72-hour power reserve and features a hairspring that is ten times more resistant to shocks than normal hairsprings. With a more simple yet robust movement, Rolex succeeds in producing one of the best chronograph movements in the world.