This is an indistinguishable from new Rolex Cosmograph Daytona in stainless steel. This watch features the new Rolex engraving around the rehaut (including the serial number at 6 o'clock). It also has a white dial with silver contrasting subdial rings. The Oyster bracelet has the newest style "fat" buckle. It also has the new, completely Rolex, movement: the calibre 4130. The watch was sold brand new to our client and rarely, if ever, worn. It has an M-serial number, which was the last of the linear serial numbers and was replaced with the "scrambled" serial numbers. It comes complete with its original Rolex box, warranty card (dated 4/2008), instruction manual, after sales booklet, and document wallet.
This is the newest version of the metal bezel Daytona. We love the combination of the white dial with metal subdial rings (previously they were black) to bring continuity to the black dial version. The use of a new Rolex movement, the 4130, was the last non-Rolex manufacture movement. Previously, the calibre 4030 was manufactured by Zenith and then deeply modified by Rolex for use in the Daytona. This movement carried over into the ceramic bezel variants and will most likely continue to serve the Rolex chronograph customer for years to come.