The Rolex Deepsea Challenge Is Essentially A Beefed Up Submariner Deepsea Watch

Rolex isn’t new to this game. They were even part of the 1960 Deepsea mission just as they were with the 2012 mission. Aside from merely being a sponsor, the brand developed a new Replica Rolex Watches UK to go down with the ship. Most dive watches are pressure tank tested. Meaning they go into special dry tanks which simulate water pressure and test to see if air leaks into a watch case.

That’s useful and all, but Replica Rolex UK wanted to test its new experimental watch as deep as possible in real water. Strapped to the Deepsea Challenger’s robotic arm was the new, not-likely-ever-for-sale Rolex Deepsea Challenge watch. Robots – as our future overlords –  will apparently also prefer to wear mechanical watches.

In a sense the story of the watch’s mission is almost anti-climatic. It went down to almost 11,000 meters and came up just fine and without a hiccup. The Rolex Replica UK is essentially a beefed up Submariner Deepsea watch (originally released in 2008).

With the same in-house made Rolex Caliber 3135 automatic COSC Chronometer movement, it is larger in most all ways but retains the same basic DNA. Think of the Rolex Deepsea Challege and the Deepsea’s bigger more commercially unavailable brother.

The New Rolex Sea-Dweller 4000 Ref. 116600 Is Similar To The Rolex Submariner

Sporting the same Rolex 3135 movement that is found in the 116610 Submariner Date, the Rolex Sea-Dweller 4000 Ref. 116600 has a power reserve of 48 hours and features a Parachrom hairspring and COSC certification. The Replica Rolex UK considerable water resistance is thanks to a case and crystal that is thicker than that of the Submariner and firmly places the resistance of the Rolex Sea-Dweller between the 1000 ft Submariner and the 12,800 ft DeepSea.

This might be an extra watch model for a niche group of consumers or the model that is akin to the right temperature porridge if you want to use the Goldilocks analogy.

Technologically speaking, the helium escape valve (HeV) is the Rolex Sea-Dweller’s signature feature and it can be seen at its usual place on the nine o’clock side of the case. If tiny helium molecules in the breathing mix of a saturation dive were to seep into watch, the helium would expand during ascent and the increased pressure could damage the watch.

The HeV allows the expanding gas to be vented from the case, thus protecting the watch without compromising overall water resistance. Rolex Replica UK once again promises a beautiful luxury watch that you can take underwater for your real or fantasy diving missions.