Rolex has just released their newest watch, the Deepsea D-Blue Dial Edition. This watch commemorates the release of National Geographic's "Deepsea Challenge 3D" which documents James Cameron's solo journey to the bottom of the Mariana Trench. The watch boasts the same specs. as the regular (not 4000) Deepsea with a water resistance of 3,900m, a 44mm stainless steel case (but it does have a titanium caseback), sapphire crystal, et al. The "DEEPSEA" notation on the dial is printed in the same green as James Cameron's submersible appears under the ocean. The dial is the special feature. It fades from blue to black, a feature made to represent the ocean. As with most of Rolex's watches, the new D-Blue Dial Deepsea features the Rolex cal. 3135. There isn't much to say about this watch given that it is, in essence, just a Deepsea with a new dial.
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