Sea-Dweller

May 22, 2020,19:48 PM
 

That “slightly older” Sea Dweller is the real gem. Awesome side by side of both divers!

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Rolex Deep Sea

 
 By: baufoam : May 22nd, 2020-17:23
I am thinking about asking my AD in Los Angeles to get me a “Deep Sea” Rolex, the one with the blue gradated dial. My thought is that it’s really something of a ridiculous watch, but I think it’s rather fun and really quite beautiful in its own big, thick... 

I have the old version, and honestly, it's a really FUN watch! I got it from a Patek/Rolex AD a few years ago (and back then it was easy to get anyway), so I'm not sure of wait lists today..

 
 By: FabR : May 22nd, 2020-17:52
...but hopefully it won't take as long as a Daytona, or Pepsi, etc.. It is HUGE and obviously unnecessary in our daily lives, but again, I love it every time I wear it! And the newer version is even nicer, in my opinion ;-) Here's for comparison, on my Ko...  

My experience is similar...

 
 By: CR : May 22nd, 2020-19:30
I too have the original version. I've thought about getting the newer Deep Sea with the blue gradation but it just hasn't been high priority. "Ridiculous" is a good word for this watch. I knew that when I bought it. It's silly, and it's way too big for my...  

Sea-Dweller

 
 By: hackingseconds : May 22nd, 2020-19:48
That “slightly older” Sea Dweller is the real gem. Awesome side by side of both divers!

The third is the charm, though.

 
 By: CR : May 23rd, 2020-12:52
Maybe not the rarest of the DRSD variations, but that's okay! For years I wanted a DRSD, and I am glad I finally scratched that itch a few years ago. ...  

🙏🙏👍 [nt]

 
 By: FabR : May 24th, 2020-20:20

According to the largest Rolex AD in the world (Siddiqui..

 
 By: Lankysudanese : May 22nd, 2020-23:21
and Son), it’s the most limited stainless steel Rolex in terms of production. Probably due to the combination of the dial and the rigorous water resistance needed. I helped a colleague get one, but from a gray dealer. It’s a formidable piece. Good luck wi... 

i like the dial very much!

 
 By: terbaboom : May 23rd, 2020-03:08
and despite its size, wears comfortably on the wrist side by side with the fifty fathoms ...  

Here's Mine

 
 By: Koozy : May 23rd, 2020-06:17
On my 16.5cm wrist. I don't think it wears too big but the weight is noticeable. Mine is the prior calibre, got it about 7yrs ago after a c.8 month wait through an AD where I had no prior purchase history but doubt that would be possible today. In answer ...  

Back in 2017 I was dying to get a D-Blue...

 
 By: India Whiskey Charlie : May 24th, 2020-18:35
And finally my AD was able to deliver one in April 2018. Having worn a number 44, 45, 46 and 47 mm watches for many years (and I still do), I thought the Deepsea would be at least be similar in feel on my wrist. Beautiful as it was and no matter how hard ...