I want to talk to you about what I think right now is probably the largest sleeper Rolex ...... also known as the Sea-Dweller 4000 at the moment. So this is a special duty officer. I mean, in the past before this ceramic era, they had the Sea-Dweller, the standard Sea-Dweller. The fake Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller D-Blue is the highest performance dive watch made by Rolex, and the thick case (17.7mm) and the wide case (44mm wide) of the largest dive fake watches. It has an Oyster bracelet and is made of 904L steel. The back of the watch is made of titanium and has a range of features that provide great water resistance, such as the ring lock system and the 5 mm thick sapphire crystal on the dial.
The Rolex Deepsea Ref 116660 was first unveiled in 2008. It has been Rolex's largest steel sports watch. The case is 44mm in diameter and quite bulky on the wrist, being about 18mm thick. It represents the culmination of everything Rolex has learned from more than six decades of making world-class dive fake watches. A journey that began in 1953 with the Rolex Submariner, the first diver's watch to be water-resistant to 100 meters (330 feet). This provided an early insight into Rolex's technical capabilities and ambitions. It was the Rolex Sea-Dweller that laid the foundation for the subsequent fake Rolex Deepsea movement. The original concept of the Rolex Sea-Dweller was developed in conjunction with COMEX. This French company specialized in engineering and deep diving in the 1960s. At the time, they needed dive watches for professional divers to use while working on deep-sea oil rigs. To meet this need, Rolex modified the Submariner regular dive watch (Ref. 5513) to include a helium venting valve, an invention patented by Rolex in 1967. The result was the creation of a dedicated reference for the COMEX (Ref. 5514). This project is the new model equipped with a helium venting valve - Sea Dweller Ref. 1665-1967 on the market. These products were aimed at professional deep-sea divers. The original model was waterproof to 2,000 feet (610 meters), a remarkable feat for its time.
This was before the introduction of fake Rolex Deepsea and all the rest. What happened was that they launched this new ceramic watch called the " Sea-Dweller 4000 ". That's what we all are talking about because it's rated at 4000 feet. The problem is they didn't make a lot of them, and you don't see a lot of them, but I think the fake Rolex Deepsea swept it under the rug the second it was released. I mean, I've completely ignored it myself for years. I mean, I knew it was out, but I wasn't that hot about it. In those days, the watch started getting a little bit oversized, and then it went into the deep end. So the deep sea came out. Anyway, I ended up replacing my Kermit with it. Worst decision of my life. To this day, it still pisses me off, but whatever. I ended up buying that watch, realizing it was too big, but the thing is, since that watch came out, it made a lot of noise, and again, it was so different that I felt the Sea-Dweller 4000 kind of nerded out behind it. They stayed in the ads and no one really bought them, even at that moment were very slow. Usually, in this and previous editions, the time you sell one of these fake watches always sells about six, seven or even ten Submariner. The problem is that in recent times there has been a huge increase in prices and all the sports models are rising rapidly, but this is one of those models that there has been sleepy and nobody talks about. I mean, they've been in production for years, so discontinued, and then, of course, it was overshadowed by the Sea-Dweller, and then the fake Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller, and then the release of the Anniversary Red Sea. -Inhabitant. This kind of guy fell in the back seat, but I can finally get my hands on it, because man I haven't seen anyone in a long time. So let's talk about the watch. It's the same overall size as the regular Submariner, just with a slightly thicker case. It has a non-Cyclops glass on it, and the dial seems to be more matte than the standard Sub. I kind of like myself, as you've seen in the past, that this watch with a frosted dial tends to buzz more, at least for long distances, not that every watch with a frosted dial is special, but the bracelet is. same. Other than that, it's just a standard Sea-Dweller with an escapement helium valve on the side. But it's a cool watch, something different, something you don't see, so I'm wondering, what might this watch grow into in the next twenty years? I don't know. It's hard to say. It may not be a home run, but I'm telling you, I'm personally thinking about possibly buying one.