Rolex Seadweller Deepsea Review

Discussion in 'Watch Reviews' started by 100thmonkey, Feb 19, 2011.

  1. 100thmonkey

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    Over a year later, still a daily wearer and getting better my the hour
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    Excellent! :thumbsup:

    BTW - Did you know there is a winery in Denver called Infinite Monkey Theorem Winery and they make a wine called the "100th Monkey" :rocker:
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    Any idea how much the weight is?

    Found it: 215 grams.
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    Excellent review. I've been a Submariner owner since 1991. I have a, two tone president with black face and diamonds, gold yachtmaster and a two tone Serti sub, and now a Deep Sea. I traded my 2007 Sea Dweller, which I rarely wore but happened to be wearing, for the Deep Sea after trying it on in a local grey market Boca Raton jeweler I've dealt with for years. After trying it on, no turning back. I love the bezel, crystal, new band, and the added size which makes it stand out from all the other same size Rollies. Only been a week, but I haven't taken off the Deep Sea.......................couldn't be happier...
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    Welcome to the forum! :cheers:
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    thx Jeff................................................
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    excellent review:lol:
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    Awesome review
    I agree with each and every description you gave,
    How long have you had yours?
    I had mine for 18months as an almost daily wearer and finally moved on because it was just a bit too heavy and uncomfortable...but I did love it all the same.
    If only Rolex made one in titanium it would be perfect(without the ringlock etc. writing!)
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    Great review mate, but unfortunately, I'm unable to see any of the pics. Is anyone else having this issue?
  11. alstonnelson

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    Rolex Deepsee is water resistant to a depth of 3,900 metres approximate 12,800 feet and the experiment in 1960 successfully travelled to the deepest point in the oceans, a depth of 10,916 metres thats is special in this watch .