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An unworn Deepsea Sea-Dweller in Oystersteel from Rolex, featuring a D-Blue dial covered by domed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. The ceramic unidirectional rotatable bezel has 60-minute graduations coated in platinum.
Features an Oyster bracelet that comes with an Oysterlock folding clasp which is equipped with the Rolex Glidelock extension system. Fitted with a helium escape valve and a calibre 3235 self-winding automatic movement.
Comes with some original factory stickers still attached (these vary from those in the photos), a Rolex box and new style warranty card dated August 2021, ensuring the watch is covered by Rolex until August 2026.
The D-Blue model was produced to commemorate film director James Cameron's solo dive into the Mariana Trench in 2012 – the deepest point in the world. One of the most prominent features of this 126660 is the colour gradient on the dial – gradually turning from blue to black, symbolic of Cameron’s dive into the unknown. In order to handle the pressures of the ocean, this timepiece is supported by the Rolex Ringlock system which ensures it is pressure-resistant up to 12,800ft/3,900m. The special Rolex patented helium escape valve is fitted with a spring to allow the gas to escape quickly without compromising the timekeeping and water-resistance of the watch.