It's a complete classic, for its more than 50 years of existence, and a great reference among diving watches and lovers of such activity. It's about the Submariner Date Rolesor, one of the most popular Rolex models and that in this year came out with a new generation.
No cabe duda que los clásicos se pueden renovar porque la evolución prosigue en los iconos de Rolex.
No doubt the classics can be renewed since evolution carries on in the Rolex icons.
The Oyster Perpetual Submariner Date is a chronometer certified by the Official Swiss Control of Chronometers (COSC). The govement is given by the Parachrom spiral, very resistant to collisions and to magnetic fields, which guarantees its great chronometrical precision and its well-known reliability.
Among the adjustments that are found in this new generation, the box stands out, which has been equipped with the new revolving one-way yellow 18 caret gold bisel, with blue and black Cerachrom disc (according to the model) and a guide system and a non-return of 120 teeth.
This professional model is completely hermetic up to 300meters or even 1,000 feet deep.
The Triplock crown has 10 separated elements created with the most trustable materials.
Its sphere has two presentations in black and blue, and in both cases the Oyster bracelet with Glidelock fastener was incorporated. Like it's custom in Rolex, in the bisel there are the usual indications of theminutes in yellowgold,whichmatches the teeth of the bisel and with the central stripe of its bracelet.
Also like it's traditional, in both models the legibility excels for its big indexes and needles with the luminescent material, something very practical and fundamental for a diving piece.
Among other characteristics, its 3135 caliber with Parachron and rotor Perpetual stands out, as well as its mechanic automatic loadmotion and a reservemark of 48 hours, 38 rubies, etc.
It includes the hours, minutes, seconds and calendar functions.
Text: Amura ± Photo: Cortesía de las marcas