Many luxury watch enthusiasts adore the Submariner because it exudes innovative dive watch design. The Oyster case, which was the first of its kind when it hit the market in 1926, has since been engineered to withstand depths of up to 1,000 feet. It can attribute its resistance in large part to the Triplock screw-down crown that seals the case. The crown includes three hermetically sealed zones. The Submariner also consists of a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, a large, legible display on the dial, and a ceramic bezel with a uni-directional mounting, all makings of a truly great diver's tool watch. The 114060 is an Oystersteel edition of the Submariner series that is distinguished by a time-only, or No Date, dial. Rolex recently discontinued ref. 114060, adding even further to its collectability.