The mens Rolex Sea-Dweller Deepsea 116660 replica watches has a 44 mm stainless steel case with a 5 mm thick domed scratch-resistant sapphire glass crystal. The black dial features centre hour, minute and seconds hands. When you’re a luxury watchmaker famous for perfection, you really need to get it right when you produce a dive watch for deep-sea conditions. Rolex watches set the bar with this chronometer. If you’re planning to conquer the deep, this is the watch you want on your wrist. The superbly visible Rolex Chromalight display boasts a durable blue lume. And Rolex’s helium escape valve allows the watch to safely enter a decompression chamber.
This is a luxury fake Rolex watch built to answer the demands of the professional. The unidirectional rotatable 60-minute bezel features a scratch-resistant Cerachrom insert with ceramic numerals and graduations. This feature is a lifesaver for the diver. When you only have a specific amount of air or decompression time, you need a bezel that can’t be accidentally knocked. Once it’s set, it stays set. The knurling on the edges makes it easy to operate even if you’re wearing thick diving gloves. And the screw-down winding crown boasts a Triplock triple waterproof system to protect the movement.
Can this dive watch really handle the intense physical challenges presented by entering deep-sea realms? Well, the clue is in the name. The Rolex Sea-Dweller Deepsea 116660 is no tourist. Its natural habitat is large bodies of water. Built for ‘the darkest depths’ and most extreme conditions, this superb chronometer is a thing of beauty and marks an evolution in waterproof dive watches. Rolex designed it in collaboration with professional divers. The ring-lock system enables the watch crystal to withstand water pressure equivalent to 3 tonnes. The 3 main components are made of the toughest available aerospace-grade materials. It’s waterproof to 12,800 feet. This awesome fake Rolex Sea-Dweller Deepsea 116660 watch doesn’t just survive in the deep sea. It thrives. Rolex selected a folding clasp with a Glidelock extension system for the Rolex Sea-Dweller Deepsea 116660, which basically means you can wear this watch over your dive suit and it will be secure.
The paramagnetic blue Parachrom hairspring is a notable feature. Invented by Rolex, this resists magnetism and shock, essential for a luxury dive watch, which can expect to take a beating above and below the surface. The helium escape valve prevents gas bubbles from pressurising the inside of the case and popping the crystal out of the bezel. It acts as a decompressor and literally bleeds out the gas. All of the above were designed and created to allow the wearer to work at incredible depths for long periods. The Rolex Sea-Dweller Deepsea 116660 has an automatic 3135 movement with a power reserve of 48 hours and stop seconds for precise time setting.
If it’s good enough for James Cameron and the deepest places on earth, it will probably be good enough for your next dive.
And if you want serious credentials, Rolex produced a limited edition Deepsea watch to accompany James Cameron on his pioneering mission to film footage for the National Geographic DeepSea Challenge 3D movie, filmed in 2012. The director and his Rolex Sea-Dweller plunged right to the bottom of the Mariana Trench in the Deepsea Challenger submersible. The Swiss-made Rolex Diver watch replica was actually attached to the sub and proved worthy against the challenge of 1,100 atmospheres.