The Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller D-Blue 116660 watches replica really cool in the flesh. Rolex said it was the first of its kind and possibly the last of its kind – a watch specially designed to be in honor of an event and for a person. About two weeks ago, Rolex did something very unique for the brand, and that was to release a new version of an existing watch in honor of James Cameron and his journey to one of the deepest parts of the ocean in his aptly named Deepsea Challenger submersible. Now, we have some hands-on pictures of the retail version of the Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller D-Blue watch, which is already available at Rolex retailers.
We previously mentioned that it was an oddity for Rolex to release a timepiece outside of their normal Baselworld watch trade show schedule. Rolex waterproof replica watches admits it was a unique thing for them to do, but praised the overall goal of the project and their desire to try new things. Rolex is a brand with an image so strong that many agree it is their main job is to preserve rather than promote. At the same time, any company interested in keeping the hearts and minds of its customers close must always offer something new.
The Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller D-Blue watch (Deepsea D-Blue for short) is certainly new, but also very familiar – a running theme with most fresh things we see coming from “the Crown.” The dial is new, the theme is new, and the release strategy is new. What is the same is the Deepsea watch model itself, and as of right now, it still has the same “116660” reference number of the standard black dial Deepsea timepiece.
We’ve never really done a hands-on of the Rolex Deepsea series fake watches before, so in addition to talking about the new D-Blue variant in honor of James Cameron, I’d like to discuss the Deepsea a bit in general. It is, in short, one of the more quirky Rolex Oyster Professional watches, but nevertheless highly desirable and lovable.
Let’s start by talking about the new D-Blue dial itself. As you know, the design of the dial is meant to mimic the voyage of James Cameron in his Deepsea Challenger submersible mission from 2012. The blue to black gradient of the dial is meant to resemble ocean water that gets black as you go deeper because sunlight can only penetrate so far. The green color of the “DEEPSEA” label is the same color as the Deepsea Challenger submersible. James Cameron himself is an avid watch lover and has been a Rolex guy for a while. His main watch seems to be a Rolex Deepsea.