Investment

Rolex
Deepsea D-blue
Ref. 126660


EUR 19.650,-

List price EUR 13.350,-

Rolex Deepsea D-blue with papers, new reference 126660, the ultimate diving watch in unworn condition.

Details


Material

Steel

Clockwork

Automatic

Ref NR.

126660

Dial color

D-blue

Paper

Yes, from 2018

Condition

unworn

Diameter

44mm

Warranty

2 Years

Overengineering par excellence

DEEPSEA

The Rolex Sea-Dweller DEEPSEA is the biggest and most robust watch in the Rolex portfolio. Built to withstand the most adverse conditions in the depths of the world's oceans, it is also ideally equipped to withstand every imaginable strain above water.

Built to last

CERACHROM LÜNETTE

Rolex designed and patented the Cerachrom bezel for selected Professional models to ensure readability and aesthetics in the toughest conditions. It is extremely scratch-resistant and resistant to discolouration from UV rays. They digits are engraved into the ceramic and covered with a fine gold or platinum layer.

Robust & sought after

Stainless steel Oystersteel

For a Rolex to retain its beauty and functionality in extreme conditions, Rolex uses its own stainless steel alloy - Oystersteel. It is particularly resistant to corrosion and distinguished by its special shine. Oystersteel belongs to the steel grade "Stainless Steel 904L" which is normally used in extreme areas such as the aerospace and chemical industries.

The best time is now:

Rolex Deepsea D-blue

2 Years Timelounge Warranty

Papers included

unworn

Articles prepared for you

In the right time

Inspiration on grey days

It's that time again. The persistent high fog has Vienna firmly in its grip. When I look out of the window, grey is the dominant tone. What is needed is a little horological cheer for the mind. And with that: Welcome to my absolute favourite feature of the current Timelounge homepage.

Thinking of spring today

In the middle of last week, the time had come. A soft chirping sound made me open the windows, which had been kept closed for most of the past months, and there it was: spring. At least a very first, even delicate hint of it. The first birds singing, temperatures that no longer seemed so wintry. One glance at the clock and it was clear: a change was needed for the new season.