The Sea-Dweller – more than just a luxury timepiece
The design of these luxury watches was not really changed since the Rolex Sea Dweller was part of the world record in free open sea diving in 1988 with a depth of 534 meters. The collection is based on the Oyster, the world’s first waterproof watch, for which the manufacturer holds the patent. The remarkable appearance of the Rolex Sea-Dweller gets admiring glances and mostly prompts curious questions. Those timepieces are made of stainless steel, equipped by a folding clasp and scratchproof sapphire glass and impress by a timeless elegance and high-class technical features. The Rolex Sea-Dweller even escorts you to the ground of the ocean, if you consider going that far.