The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Sea-Dweller was designed with the deep divers in mind. The first model, which was released in 1967, has a diving depth capacity of 2 000 ft. However, the later model has a diving depth rating of up to 12,800 ft.
Rolex Sea-Dweller is engineered for high-pressure resistance and is fitted with a patented ring lock system. It is equipped with a gas valve that allows the helium gas trapped in the watch to escape when underwater, thus making it waterproof.
Initially, the watch came in a 40 mm case, but they can now be found in 43 mm and 44 mm for the deep-sea model. You can either choose steel or steel and yellow gold. Submariner can withstand pressure at considerably deeper seas. A new one will cost you 12,250.