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Rolex Deepsea D-Blue Dial


Rolex's Deepsea D-Blue Dial naturally goes from a brilliant blue to bottomless black to celebrate James Cameron’s historic solo dive to the deepest place on earth: the bottom of the Mariana trench. But the accurate gradient is just the  beginning. 

The blue glow of the innovative Chromalight display lasts up to twice as long as that of standard luminescent materials. The zero marker on the bezel, in the form of a triangle, is also visible in the dark thanks to a capsule containing the same luminescent material. 

The Rolex Deepsea owes its exceptional strength, waterproofness and pressure resistance to the exclusive Ringlock system. This innovative case architecture patented by Rolex enables the watch to resist the massive pressure exerted by water at the depth of 3,900 meters (12,800 feet). Its includes a nitrogen-alloyed steel central ring forms the backbone of the system, accompanied by a 5 mm‑thick, domed sapphire crystal and a case back in grade 5 titanium.




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