Rolex Deepsea 116660 “James Cameron” Ceramic Box & Papers, Blue

$12,350
Regular Price: $12,577
Retail Price: $14,195
Item Number: 112554
Manufacturer: Rolex
Model:
Sea-Dweller Deepsea 116660
Serial/Year: Random - 2014 or Newer
Grade: (What's This?) II
Gender: Men's
Features: Automatic 3135 movement, Quickset, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, waterproof screw-down crown, water resistant to 12,800 with helium escape valve for extreme depths
Case: Titanium caseback w/ Ring Lock System, unidirectional rotatable time-lapse ceramic bezel (44mm), inner reflector ring engraved w/ serial number
Dial: Deep Blue and black w/ green "deepsea" lettering, luminous hour markers
Bracelet: Stainless steel Oyster w/ Glidelock extension clasp
Box & Papers: Original Rolex box, booklets, hang tags, bezel protector, and papers
Comments: This Rolex comes with SellWatchNYC's certificate of authenticity, 3-day satisfaction guarantee and one year warranty

Rolex Sea-Dweller Deepsea Blue Dial - 116660

The Sea-Dweller Deepsea was designed by Rolex to commemorate James Cameron's impressive descent to the Challenger Deep.  Incredibly, this sports watch is waterproof up to 12,800 feet.  It owes its extreme depth resistance to the 44mm Oyster case built with a grade 5 titanium case back, Triplock screw-down crown, and helium escape valve that releases pressure during deep saturation dives.  As a result, the scratch-resistant sapphire crystal is made without a magnifying Cyclops lens and is slightly thicker at 5mm, adding to its air-tight seal.  A member of Rolex's line of professional diving watches, this timepiece comes equipped with a unidirectional 60-minute timing bezel and a 904L stainless steel Oyster bracelet.  The bracelet is equipped with an Oysterlock clasp and a Glidelock extension system that can be adjusted without the use of tools to fit over wetsuits.  This sports watch is highly collectable with the addition of a two color gradient D-Blue dial made exclusively for the reference 116660B.  What better way to celebrate underwater exploration than to create a dial that mimics the gorgeous deep blue sea?