Introduction To Rolex ‘black Water Ghost’ Watch

Rolex has been inseparable from the ocean since the day the brand was born. And its consumable perpetual DEEPSEA is undoubtedly the model of contact in the new generation of diving watches. It successfully rewritten the watch’s deep diving record to 3900 meters (12,800 feet). This stunning historic breakthrough once again fully proves Rolex’s unshakable authority in cutting-edge waterproof technology.

The success of the Rolex Consumption Perpetual DEEPSEA watch has benefited from several breakthrough technological innovations, including Rolex’s exclusive new case structure, the Ringlock System, which ensures that the watch can withstand tremendous pressure in deep water. Designed for the most demanding professional divers. In addition, three other outstanding watch components also contribute to the outstanding performance of this model: its high-performance stainless steel ring is placed between the sapphire glass and the case back to ensure that the glass and the case back are easy Withstands huge water pressure; the surface of its sapphire glass is slightly arched, which is thicker than that of other Oyster models, and its pressure resistance is doubled; the case back is made of titanium alloy with extremely high resistance, And it is fixed with 904L stainless steel ring with excellent performance.
DEEPSEA watches meet the extreme demands of professional divers for ruggedness, precision and reliability. The strap is equipped with a dual extension system that allows the strap length to be adjusted to allow the watch to be worn outside a 7 mm thick wetsuit for easy wearing. Double extension system. Includes: Oyster discount telescopic chain link and new GLIDELOCK buckle for fine adjustment of strap length. The helium-exhaust valve is made of 904L stainless steel with extraordinary performance. Its size is exactly the same as the diameter of the case, so it is tightly connected to perfectly guarantee excellent waterproof performance. Equipped with this safety device, the gas infiltrating the watch during deep sea diving can be discharged from the watch when the dive is decompressed. The triple-locked winding crown is equipped with three independent sealing washers, which can be further tightened to further perfect its outstanding waterproof performance.

Rolex’s original design makes the time display clearer and more legible. The DEEPSEA watch features a unidirectional rotating bezel and a black CERACHROM ceramic ring marked with a 60-minute scale, allowing you to precisely control your dive time on your wrist. The numbers and graduations engraved on the ceramic ring of CERACHROM are filled with platinum by Rolex’s patented PVD technology. Thanks to the blue fluorescent material Chromalight, the triangular pointer on the outer circle of the scale that points to zero and zero is clearly visible at night and in the deep sea. This new blue fluorescent material is also covered, and the extra-wide gold markings and hands on the dial are clearly legible.
This watch is equipped with a precision, reliable and durable caliber 3135, which uses a PARACHROM balance spring with high shock resistance and antimagnetic properties. With automatic winding function, it is equipped with a permanent movement pendulum movement certified by the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC), with an energy reserve of 48 hours.

Never-ending pioneering spirit
The DEEPSEA watch with outstanding water resistance is undoubtedly an outstanding member of the Oyster watch series. It carries the research spirit of Rolex’s diligent and unremitting exploration, and it is with this spirit that the brand developed the diving watch submersible and sea-dweller models in the 1950s. The DEEPSEA watch is named to commemorate the Deep Sea Special, a classic diving watch developed by Rolex in 1960. At that time, the watch had submerged in the Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean 10,916 meters deep and passed this extremely rigorous test.

Rigorous and professional quality assurance
Deep-sea diving requires extreme safety and reliability, so every DEEPSEA watch must pass Rolex’s most stringent waterproof tests. With the assistance of COMEX (Compagnie Maritime d & rsquo; Expertise), a world-famous French underwater engineering and high-pressure technology company, Rolex has carefully developed special test equipment to ensure watch quality.