Rolex Sea-Dweller Deepsea Ref. 126660, with 44mm Oystersteel case, unidirectional rotatable black ceramic (Cerachrom) bezel with numerals and graduations (60-minute) coated in platinum, "D-Blue" dial with highly legible Chromalight indices and hands with long-lasting blue luminescence, date indicator at 3 o'clock. Domed 5.5mm-thick sapphire crystal. Helium escape valve (waterproof to 3900m). Automatic calibre 3235. Oystersteel bracelet with Oysterlock safety steel clasp and Glidelock extension system, Fliplock extension link.
Brand-new. Complete with original box and papers.
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When Rolex achieved and important milestone in the diving world, also began an exhilarating race in pursuit of perfection and providing of exceptional characteristics a watch specifically designed for profesional use. The Sea-Dweller model since its presentation in 1967, set a new standard in response to the requirements of undersea exploration, at that time, an unexplored territory to mankind. Equipped with features that transformed a sports wristwatch into a powerful professional tool: an escape vale patented by Rolex, highly luminescent indices and an ultra-resistant case, the Sea-Dweller marked a turning point in the range of professional diving wristwatches.
Rolex Deepsea was unvaled in 2008, it is the ultimate manifestation of Rolex's leadership in diver's watches and the result of the decades of collaboration with diving professionals. In 2014 Rolex released a special version of the model, the Rolex Depsee with a "D-Blue" dial, to commemorates James Cameron's historic solo dive to the bottom of the Mariana Trench, some 11.000m deep. From twilight blue to bottomless black, its two-colour gradient dial celebrates one man's journey to the deepest place on Earth. For its high-end materials and for having endured the most extreme conditions, the Rolex Sea-Dweller Deepsea 126660 "James Cameron" is (and will always be) the preferred choice for deep sea divers and true connoisseurs of the legacy of diving watches.