Among various new releases by Rolex, the ‘Sea-Dweller’ is getting a market boom. This new face in Rolex’s famous driving timepieces carries an 116600 reference. Its feel and looks are closely resembled with ‘Sea-Dweller 16600’ which discontinued back in 2008.
The ‘Sea-Dweller’ has got a power standby of forty-eight hours. It also features COSC warranty and the Parachrom hairspring.
The significant water endurance of this watch is a result of crystal and thicker case.
Technically speaking, the HeV or ‘helium escape valve’ is Sea-Dweller’s marking feature.This HeV permits the venting of the inflating gas from its casing, therefore shielding the timepiece while maintaining its water resistibility.