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hello

I'm new to this forum, I am planning to buy my first rolex as a prize to get my degree in architecture next year.

my choice is submariner, but I have not decided whether black or green, and explained why: this is probably my only Rolex in my life, the dilemma is: buy a classic as the black sub, or something more outstanding and captor of looks like Green sub.

thank you very much for your advice.

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As I have both the green is def. my favorite however this being said I would NOT buy the green as my only watch. The green does stand out quite a bit more than the balck even though the dial looks darker in different light.

I would go with the black and add the green in the future

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If its going to be the watch you're going to wear every day for years to come then go with Black (standard issue) - its on my list for 2011!! Good luck with your studies and good luck with your choice of Rolex.

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I have the black dial on my tt Sub-C.

I looked at various watches for, literally, years before I got mine.

Black, as noted in previous posts, goes with everything.

If you wore a generic brand green watch to a formal occasion, I doubt how "put together" you'd look to the other attendees. Even if it were the Rolex, most of them would not be devotees such as those of us here in the Forum and recognize it for what it is. I would submit most people aren't even aware Rolex makes a watch in green. IMHO, the green is a fad of sorts whereas the black (and blue) dial will be in demand for years to come.

It's a classic for a reason (and not because I bought one). And, I recognize I am off-putting those who have the green dial. What I've written is simply my highly biased opinion, not a fact.

Good luck in your search. You are very fortunate to be able to get one in either case.

Happy New Year and best of health to all of you.

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