Rolex Air King Ref. 14000 Domino’s Pizza Box & Paper

Model: ,
Year of issue: 1999
Reference number: 14000
Condition: hardly worn
Status: sold
Dealer country: Italy
Price in EUR € n/a


ROLEX Air -King Ref.14000-Domino’s Pizza-Box & Paper Serial numbers U5994**, 1999

Rolex Air King ref. 14000, with “Domino’s Pizza”logo. That watch was donated (such as “service award”) to branch managers who had exceeded certain production targets. These watches, all being commissioned by Domino’s Pizza, headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan (USA), all carry the guarantee of Schlanderer & Sons, the Rolex dealer of the place.

Case: in original perfect condition Serial and ref. numbers are perfect between the lugs

Dial: Original perfect condition

Bracelet: Original Oyster perfect condition

Accessories: Box and Paper


ROLEX Air -King Ref.14000-Domino’s Pizza-Scatola e garanzia Seriale numero U5994**, 1999

Rolex Air King acciaio ref. 14000, con logo “Domino’s Pizza”. Orologio che veniva donato (quali “service award”) ai gestori di filiali che avevano superato determinati target produttivi. Questi orologi ,essendo tutti commissionati dalla Domino’s Pizza,che ha i suoi headquarters ad Ann Arbour nel Michigan (USA), portano tutti la garanzia di Schlanderer & Sons, il concessionario Rolex del posto.

Cassa: in perfette condizioni Seriale e referenza sono perfettamente visibili tra le anse

Quadrante: Originale in perfette condizioni

Bracciale: Oyster originale

Accessori: scatola e garanzia


Stefano Mazzariol

The Rolex AirKing has a long a storied history spanning back to the mid-1930.  Prior to World War II, British pilots utilized Rolex Oyster Perpetual wristwatches as they were slightly larger than British standard issue at the time, and were much more reliable. Rolex learned of the pilot’s preference for Rolex Oyster Perpetual watches and during the late 1930’s and into the war, Rolex created wristwatches such as the “Air Lion,” “Air King,” “Air Tiger,” and “Air Giant.” The first actual Air King was born in 1945 and acted to conglomerate all the “Air” watches into one watch. The Rolex AirKing remained relatively untouched going into the 1950-1960’s with the exception of some visual refinements. Staying at 34MM, the AirKing was available in gold plating, and two tone bracelets and bezels. Without a date mechanism and being 2mm smaller, the AirKing did not compete with the ever-popular Rolex DateJust. In 1989/2000 the AirKing received a movement improvement, and later in 2007 became a fully certified COSC chronometer like the majority of the Rolex watch line.