Rolex Deepsea Challenge Watch goes to Deepest Point On Earth
It can reportedly adventure to depths of 12,000 meters (39,370 feet) and sports a 51.4 mm stainless steel case, 28.5 mm thick. The caseback is a grade 5 titanium one. In addition, the timepiece features a Triplock crown, a 14.3 mm sapphire crystal, Chromalight lume, cerachrom ceramic bezel insert with numerals coated in platinum via PVD and the precise Rolex Caliber 3135 automatic mechanical movement.
Furthermore, a 48 hour power reserve makes sure it won’t stop working when you need it. The display consists of the usual hour, minute and seconds indicators, as well as instantaneous date with rapid setting. The watch works at a frequency of 28,800 beats per hour.
The price remains unknown, and so is availability. In case it will come onto market, we’ll make sure you get to know when and how. Stay tuned for more info.