GQ saw a lot of weird and wonderful watches in Basel this year, but it's amazing how the really classic models float up amongst the sea of gold, jewels and complications. This year Rolex unveiled a new version of its classic Submariner diver's watch, and we were struck by the familiar elegance of this famous timepiece - as well as rather taken by its new green incarnation.
The Oyster Perpetual Submariner Date has a 40mm steel case, and is waterproof to 300 metres. Available in black or green, it sports a new almost scratch-proof rotating bezel.
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