Rolex has launched a new version of its deep-diving Rolex Deepsea watch. The new model features a dial that is dark blue at the top, and then darkens gradually to black at the bottom. Rolex calls the dial treatment “D-blue.”
Aside from the dial, the watch, called the Rolex Deeps ea D-Blue Edition, is identical to other Rolex Deep sea models, which are water-resistant to 3,900 meters thanks to what Rolex calls its “Ring lock System,” a combination of protective features that include a steel compression ring that surrounds the movement and supports the case back and crystal.
Rolex unveiled the watch Aug. 4 at a screening of a new 3-D documentary that Hollywood director James Cameron made about his 2012 dive to the bottom of the Mariana Trench, the deepest point of the ocean anywhere on earth, in a one-man submersible called the Deeps ea Challenger. Affixed to the submersible were three specially made Rolex Deep sea models, two on its hull and one on the robotic arm used to gather rock and animal samples for scientific study. All three watches survived the dive unscathed . One of the watches makes a cameo appearance in the film when Cameron looks out the window of the submersible and notes that the watch is still running.
Rolex sponsored the movie, called “Deep sea Challenge 3D” and has hired Cameron as one of its brand spokespeople. The movie screening took place in New York at the American Museum of Natural History.
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My dear friends , today I would like to tell you guys some justice testings of Repl Rolex watch in the history so that you can understand that Rolex is only only a brand.
Magnetic fields are invisible and do not greatly affect the human body. Maybe that’s why we don’t think about them very much, even though our high-tech world is full of them, generated by all sorts of devices, from motors to loudspeakers. Unlike the people who wear them, however, mechanical watches are extremely susceptible to magnetic fields. When parts of a watch’s movement become magnetized, its rate accuracy is disturbed, causing frustration for its owner.
Rolex addressed this problem in the 1950s with the introduction of its Oyster Perpetual Milgauss model. The container encloses the movement laterally and on the dial side, while the back seals the movement side.
To ensure that the movement would be shielded as much as possible, the designers allowed for only a bare minimum of openings in the dial and case.
Rolex didn’t stop there; its engineers were determined to make additional modifications to prevent even minute amounts of magnetism from leaking into the movement. The result of this initiative was the blue Parachrom hairspring that appears in the Rolex Milgauss as well as other Rolex models such as the Daytona, the new GMT-Master II and the Yacht-Master II. It is made of a niobium-zirconium alloy with an oxide coating and remains completely unaffected by magnetic fields.
The rate results for the new Rolex Milgauss were good, though they were not as precise as other Rolex watches that have undergone the same tests. They showed an average deviation of only +1.5 seconds per day on the timing machine, and a stable amplitude with no strong deviation between the vertical and horizontal positions. However, the greatest deviation between the positions, at seven seconds, was a rather imperfect result.
From the testings , you guys can know that how much the Rolex did for its customers , what it did is just in order to make you more comfortable.