ROLEX Sea-Dweller 4000 Ref. 116600 Watch For 2014 Hands-On - by James Stacey - See the photo gallery and read about it on aBlogtoWatch.com "The Sea-Dweller was originally launched in 1967 as a response to the expanding world of saturation diving. Thanks to input from the US Navy and French Comex divers, Rolex designed a watch that was capable of withstanding extreme pressure and expelling the helium gas that can seep into the case during a saturation dive..." #ABTWBaselworld2014
The New Rolex Deepsea D-Blue Dial Edition - The only real difference between this and the original is the dial, and it marks a departure for Rolex in this category. Rolex sport watches have black (or occasionally white) dials. This new Deepsea, released in tribute to director James Cameron's plunge into the deepest part of the world's ocean, features a gradient dial that goes from blue to black. It features the same same extraordinary depth rating of 12,800 feet.