Rolex Submariner is Rolex’s very first divers watch，and more than just a dive watch. Water resistance is 1000 feet/300 meters, and the watch is very comfortable, and very versatile. This watch can be used in all occasions, which absolutely goes well with a suit and an evening dress.
The submariner was introduced in 1953, at a time when scuba diving was making tremendous progress. A lot of the things we take for granted with watches now were first originated by Rolex. This was the first watch designed to be water resistant up to 100 meters, among other breakthroughs and now is water resistant to 300 meters (1,000 feet). The Submariner’s rotatable bezel is a key functionality of the watch. Its engraved 60-minute graduations allow a diver to accurately and safely monitor diving time and decompression stops. This watch is fitted with a case back and a Triplock winding crown, which screw down securely like the hatch of a submarine.
While the Submariner was originally born as a tool watch for divers, it has now developed into Rolex’s most popular luxury sports watch for good reason. It’s a well built, beautiful, comfortable watch. The case has the right thickness in comparison to the case diameter. The dial is clear and legible, the bracelet is tapered and sits comfortably on the wrist. The movement is extremely accurate, reliable and serviceable. Importantly, this watch is suitable for most any man (and many women) regardless of look, style, or age.
Like many Rolex replica watches UK, you can choose from many variations such as a blue dial, green dial, date or no date, gold casing or stainless steel. The main difference is between the Rolex Submariner No-Date and Rolex Submariner Date. The original Rolex Submariners of the 1950s and the 1960s had no date window and no magnifying lens covering the date window. Rolex Submariner (no-date version) is ironically less expensive but also less common than the Rolex Submariner Date. In fact, watch enthusiasts prefer the Submariner without the date. The Rolex Submariners got the date function in the 1970s, if I’m not mistaken. Most Rolex Submariners today have the date. Rolex Submariner Date is the more expensive one due to the extra function added to the movement.