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(11) Submariner

  1. 1. the submarinerThe Submariner, introduced in 1953, was the first watch to be water resistantup to 10 0 metres (330 feet). It was later strengthened by its patented triple-seal Triplock winding crown, making it capable of withstanding depths ofup to 30 0 metres (1,0 0 0 feet). The 40 mm Submariner is presented here inwhite gold with a blue Cerachrom disc. VISIT ROLEX.COM AND EXPLORE MORE
  2. 2. VISIT ROLEX.COM AND EXPLORE THE SUBMARINER PAGE 2
  3. 3. the spirit of the submarinera perfect partner on land or in the sea 1953We invented the Submariner to work perfectly 660 feet under the sea. the first submarinerIt seems to work pretty well at any level. Launched in 1953, the Submariner was the first watch guaranteed waterproof to a depth of 100 metres (330 feet). Today’s Submariner can withstand the pressure at a depth of 300 metres (1,000 feet) and is designed to resist extreme conditions. underwater worlds Since time immemorial, mankind has been spellbound by the sea and the mystery ofdavid doubilet its uncharted depths. The deep remainedUnderwater photographer. Explorer. Artist. beyond reach until the irrepressible desireMarine naturalist and protector of the Ocean habitat. for exploration, coupled with boundlessAuthor of a dozen books on the sea. human ingenuity, gave rise to the technologyFor 50 years, his passion has illuminated the hidden depths of the Earth. that would enable men to catch a glimpse of the underwater world. VISIT ROLEX.COM AND EXPLORE THE SUBMARINER PAGE 3
  4. 4. an obsession with perfection VISIT ROLEX.COM AND EXPLORE THE SUBMARINER PAGE 4
  5. 5. an obsession with perfection the oyster case Very few people in the world are allowed inside a Rolex Oyster. Only authorised Rolex retailers have the necessary know-how, skills and equipment to gain access. Hermetically sealed to the case with a massive torque of five Newton metres, the back of any Oyster, as this caseback demonstrates, creates an environment that protects the movement the triplock winding crown from shocks, pressure, dust, water and any To protect the movement from water and dust, Rolex other intrusive element. invented the Oyster case in 1926. And then, in 1953 created and patented the Twinlock winding crown to ensure further protection for professional divers. Rolex increased guarantee of waterproofness for the diving watches by introducing the Triplock winding crown in 1970. The Triplock consists of 10 different elements crafted from the most reliable materials. Once assembled, it screws down onto the Oyster case as tightly and securely as a submarine hatch. the rolex glidelock clasp The Submariner Date is no stranger to comfort. Fitted on the new generations of the Submariner Date, the Rolex Glidelock clasp enables divers to adjust the length of the bracelet to fit over a suit 3 mm thick. In increments of 2 mm, it offers a total extension of up to approximately 20 mm. And no tools are required. VISIT ROLEX.COM AND EXPLORE THE SUBMARINER PAGE 5
  6. 6. an obsession with perfection the ceramic bezel A bezel with a blue, black or green Cerachrom insert graces the Submariner-Date’s 40 unidirectional mm case. Fashioned from extremely hard rotatable bezel ceramic material, the Rolex Cerachrom insert has excellent corrosion-resistant properties. The Submariner’s rotatable bezel is a key functionality of the Its colour remains unaffected by ultraviolet watch. The graduations provide the diver with an accurate rays, and it is virtually scratchproof. The indication of diving time. For safety reasons, it rotates only numerals and graduations are in yellow gold or platinum. counterclockwise, so there is no chance of overestimating dive time or the amount of breathing mix remaining in the tanks. The luminescent capsule ensures legibility, no matter how light-deprived the environment. VISIT ROLEX.COM AND EXPLORE THE SUBMARINER PAGE 6
  7. 7. an obsession with perfection submariner 40 mm Officially certified Swiss chronometer (COSC) Unidirectional rotatable bezel Waterproof to 300 m/1,000 feet Self-winding movement Oyster bracelet STEEL Black dial 14060M VISIT ROLEX.COM AND EXPLORE THE SUBMARINER PAGE 7
  8. 8. an obsession with perfection submariner date 40 mm Officially certified Swiss chronometer (COSC) Unidirectional rotatable bezel Waterproof to 300 m/1,000 feet Self-winding movement Oyster bracelet STEEL STEEL Black dial Green dial 116610LN 116610LV VISIT ROLEX.COM AND EXPLORE THE SUBMARINER PAGE 8
  9. 9. an obsession with perfection submariner date 40 mm Officially certified Swiss chronometer (COSC) Unidirectional rotatable bezel Waterproof to 300 m/1,000 feet Self-winding movement Oyster bracelet STEEL AND YELLOW GOLD STEEL AND YELLOW GOLD Blue dial Black dial 116613LB 116613LN VISIT ROLEX.COM AND EXPLORE THE SUBMARINER PAGE 9
  10. 10. an obsession with perfection submariner date 40 mm Officially certified Swiss chronometer (COSC) Unidirectional rotatable bezel Waterproof to 300 m/1,000 feet Self-winding movement Oyster bracelet YELLOW GOLD WHITE GOLD Black dial Blue dial 116618LN 116619LB VISIT ROLEX.COM AND EXPLORE THE SUBMARINER PAGE 10
  11. 11. VISIT ROLEX.COM AND EXPLORE MOREAll intellectual property rights such as TRADE MARKS, SERVICE MARKS, TRADE NAMES, DESIGNS, and COPYRIGHTS are reserved. Nothing contained in this website may be reproduced without written permission. Rolex reserves the right at all times to modify the models featured in the present website.

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