SeaQ diver water resistance seals

Jun 10, 2019,22:21 PM

Would anyone have further info on the water resistance of the SeaQ divers? I.e. the crown seals, how many are there and where is it located? Caseback seal, how does it work together with the always-correct case back system? Is this a similar version to Omega's Naaid lock system as they are under the Swatch group?

I wanted a Sea Dweller for its impressive (to me) Triplock system but the Rolex market is preventing me mere mortals like me from getting one. Hence the SeaQ!


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This is the info I have so far.

 By: Tony.A. : June 12th, 2019-07:05
Maximum reliability under water Its water resistance up to 20 bar, which corresponds to approximately 200 metres, makes the SeaQ well equipped for changes in pressure underwater, even at greater depths. The second model, the SeaQ Panorama Date , is water ... 

Thanks Tony A!

 By: xiu laba : June 12th, 2019-07:37
But I'm looking for a bit more details for example (images from the web): Triplock cutout view Deepsea exploded view The 2 images allow us a good understanding of how the water resistance seals work in Rolex watches. Maybe I'm being abit unrealistic to ex...