- Round Dial
- Stainless Steel case
- Stainless Steel Bracelet
- Unidirectional Bezel
- Water Resistant
- Perpetual, mechanical, self-winding movement
Love spending time under water? Then this model from the Submariner collection is perfect for you! Known as the divers watch, it will be a perfect companion for your next under- water escapade!
The striking black dial has been housed in a stainless steel case. It has been engraved with silver circular index markers and hour hands, which have been polished with a luminescent marker. The bracelet has been crafted with stainless steel and has a folding oysterlock safety clasp. The time teller has a case size diameter of 40 mm. The dial has been protected with a scratch resistant sapphire crystal. It has a screw down case back. Now you can dive in style with this time piece.
The black ceramic unidirectional bezel has been engraved with a 60 minute scale. The numerals and markers have been coated with platinum. It is water resistant to 300 m and has a screw down crown with a triplock triple locking system that ensures water resistance. The time piece has been powered with a perpetual, mechanical self- winding movement.
In 1953, an era when scuba diving was all the rage, the Rolex Submariner was introduced at the Basel Fair. A popular choice as a commercial diver's watch, it was the first timepiece to be resistant to water at a depth of 100 meters. One of the most iconic collections from Rolex, the Submariner has over the years incorporated various technical modifications while staying true to the quintessential design it came to be known for.
A Submariner flaunts a 40-mm steel case with a screw-down case back. Fitted with a screw-down winding crown, the timepiece is equipped with the Triplock triple waterproofness system that assures water-resistance to a depth of 300 metres. The scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass is also provided with a Cyclops lens over the date indicator located at the 3 o'clock position in the dial in the Submariner Date models. The three-link steel bracelet ends into a safety clasp that can also be extended. In the 2008 and later models, the unidirectional bezel boasts of gold or platinum-coated numerals. The dial sports seconds, minutes, hour hands and markers those which are luminescent; aiding in easy readability.
A number of Bond movies have had James Bond sport a Submariner on his wrist. In 1960, The renowned diving company COMEX of France conferred the Submariner as their gadget of choice for saturation divers. The Submariner has also been consistently popular with military divers since it has proved its finesse in the most extreme of water conditions through the years.