about The Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller D-Blue Dial


In honour of Cameron dive watch, Rolex published a version of the Deepsea Sea-Dweller in 2014. Rather than the typical black dial, it came from what they call the"D-Blue" dial. This is the particular model that we are going to review in a while.

Now that we have the lowdown on the origins of the Rolex Deepsea Dweller, let us take a look.

In all honesty, the timepiece is nearly identical to its god -- the Rolex Submariner. It has Oystersteel bracelet, the exact same bezel, and around markers. But , there are a few details that separate it from the Sub.

Such differences will be the heft and the thickness, which you will see as soon as it is held by you. So far as first impressions go, the watch looks solidly built. But how does it fare in real life ailments? Let's see this men diver watch's essential numbers .

The Deepsea Sea-Dweller D-Blue's Specs

Here are a Few of the important details that you should know about the opinion:

Case material: Stainless Steel
Movement: Automatic
Jewels: 31
Dimensions: 44mm
Power book: 70 hours
Water resistance: 3,900m
The first word you'll think of after looking at the specs sheet would be"wow". Specifically, the energy book and water-resistance are way above average