Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Ref.15210 c.2002

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The Watch

Rolex Datejusts and Oyster Perpetual Dates are some of the most sought after Rolex models. These watches can be essential to any type of collection, and for many, they're exactly what people think of when they imagine a Rolex.

Here we have a ref. 15210, dating from 2002, a less common example of the Oyster Perpetual Date that first arrived to Rolex's catalog around the late 1980s. On the wrist, it's a watch that will look as good today as it does fifty years from now.

Sized at the less common 34mm diameter, the 15210 is just above the alternative Oyster Perpetual sizing of 31mm, and just below the famed 36mm sizing of the classic Datejust. In this regard, the watch presents as an ideal mid-size option for those with larger wrists looking for something a bit more petite, and conversely those with smaller wrists hunting for something a bit
more substantial.

The Engine Turned bezel is something to write home about; it is fantastic.

Comes with its full set and full box and papers.
View this beauty in a video: here

The Specs

 Age:  2002
Reference: 15120
Serial Number: K1990xx
Movement: Automatic with Date and Hacking seconds Function.
Calibre: 3135
Timekeeping: Keeping very good time.
Service History: Serviced January 2022.
Dial: Original Rolex Factory Dial.
Case: All Stainless Steel
Measurements: Without/With Crown: 34mm/36.7mm 
Bezel: Wonderful Engine Turned Bezel.
Water Resistant?: No.
Hands: Original Handset.
Crystal: Original
Crowns: Original.
Strap/Bracelet: Original 78350/557B
Lug Width: 19mm

Getting Acquainted

Bits that stand out:
- Wonderful Engine turned Bezel.
- Suitable for all Occasions.
- Full Set Box and Papers.
-  Excellent Quality Movement, fully serviced.
-Original Factory Finish.
-Bracelet still has all links.
Nitty Gritty:
- Small bit of paint missing by the R in Perpetual.
-Some very minor Scratches throughout the Case and Bracelet.
Overall the Rolex is in Very good honest Vintage condition, the Case and Bracelet have some scratches that is to be expected really with Watches that are 20 odd years old. There is a small bit of paint missing from Perpetual. but we can forgive that.
The Dial is in fantastic Vintage Order otherwise and looks absolutely fantastic on the Wrist with that Bezel 
Rare to find these still with its full set.