Rolex / Submariner

The Archetype of the Divers' Watch

The Submariner

The Rolex Submariner's robust and functional design swiftly became iconic. With their subtly redesigned Oyster case, distinctive dial with large luminescent hour markers, graduated rotatable Cerachrom bezel and solid link Oyster bracelet, the latest generation Submariner and Submariner Date are firmly in line with the original model launched in 1953.

Style of the Rolex Submariner

At Home in the Oceans

The Oyster Perpetual Submariner is the quintessential divers' watch, the benchmark in its genre. This iconic timepiece has evolved with a series of patented Rolex technical innovations, guaranteeing its reliability and precision down to depths of 300 metres (1,000 feet). At home in the oceans, where it remains an indispensable instrument for every diver, the Submariner has also conquered terra firma as the watch of action with a rugged elegance of its own.

Features of the Submariner

Unidirectional Rotatable Bezel

The Submariner's rotatable bezel is a key functionality of the watch. Its engraved 60-minute graduations allow a diver to accurately and safely monitor diving time and decompression stops. Manufactured by Rolex from a hard, corrosion-resistant ceramic, the Cerachrom bezel insert is virtually scratchproof.

Features of the Submariner

Blue Luminescence

The Chromalight display on the dial is an innovation that pushes the boundaries of visibility in dark environments. The blue glow lasts up to eight hours with a uniform luminosity throughout, practically twice as long as that of standard luminescent materials.

Features of the Submariner

Triplock Winding Crown

The Triplock winding crown is a triple waterproofness system designed especially for divers' watches. Developed by Rolex, it resists water pressure to depths of 300 metres (1,000 feet) on the Submariner models, and up to 3,900 metres (12,800 feet) on the Rolex Deepsea.

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