Rolex – Sea-Dweller 4000 Ref. 116600
A genuine symbol for jumpers and marine specialists, the Rolex Sea-Dweller is back in a refreshed adaptation that profits by Rolex’s most recent specialized advancements while keeping up the plan code of the first model.
Initially presented in 1967, the Sea-Dweller was created to increase the exhibitions of the Submariner model pushing waterproofness to a profundity of 610 meters (2,000 feet) at first and afterward to 1,220 meters (4,000 feet) in 1978. Thanks to the licensed helium get away from valve wiping out the abundance helium, Rolex tackled the issue that arises In environments at overpressure, when the internal piece of the watch case becomes soaked with this profoundly unstable gas as the pressing factor inside the watch case evens out with that inside the chamber.
The 40 mm glossy silk completed steel case keeps up a similar extent of the supposed “supercase” as of now presented for the Submariner and GMT II models however it is thicker.
The unidirectional rotatable hour long graduated bezel is made of super safe dark Cerachrom fired while the engraved numerals and graduations are covered with platinum by means of magnetron faltering (PVD).
The dark glossy silk completed dial is the ideal foundation for the white gold hands and hour markers treated with Chromalight for enduring radiance.
Other unmistakable highlights of the new Rolex Sea-Dweller 4000 Ref. 116600 (where 4000 represents waterproofness to 4,000 feet or 1,220 meters) are the paramagnetic blue Parachrom hairspring utilized for the COSC-affirmed programmed development and the Oysterlock collapsing security catch with Glidelock augmentation framework (20 mm in additions of 2 mm).
This is absolutely a particularly welcome BaselWorld 2014 curiosity for the aficionados of the Sea-Dweller that didn’t become hopelessly enamored with the greater Deepsea model introduced by Rolex in 2008.