Gold is concerned about gloss and nobility. Steel improves strength and reliability. Together, they combine the best properties harmonized. Rolex appeared in the Rolex model from the early 1930s, it was registered in 1933 as a trademark. This is one of the pillars of the Oyster collection.
A fixed inverted triangle on the dial refers to the selected reference time (the time at home or at the regular workplace of the traveler – off-center 24-hour disk). In this 24-hour display, the time in the daytime and the time in the nighttime in other time zones are clearly distinguished. This dial has a rectangular index time marker and a long hand. Long-lasting Chromalight displays improve readability.
Sky-Dweller can be attached to Oystersteel’s Solid Link Oyster Bracelet, White Rolesor version, Oystersteel with Yellow Rolesor version and Oyster Bracelet with 18 ct Yellow Gold. The Oyster Bracelet has the merit of a new attachment system hidden under the bezel that guarantees seamless visual continuity of the bracelet and case. It is equipped with a foldable oyster clasp and equipped with an attractive replica Rolex patented Easylink rapid extension system so you can easily increase the length of a bracelet of about 5 mm.
Sky – Dweller is equipped with Caliber 9001 which is a self – winding mechanical movement fully developed and manufactured by copy Rolex watches for sale. It is protected by seven patents and is one of the most complicated calibrations developed so far by the brand. Its architecture, manufacturing quality, innovative features make it unique and accurate.
Two time zones are displayed at the same time. Local time is indicated by the conventional center hour, minute, second hand. It can be set quickly and easily by a mechanism that can independently adjust hour hands back and forth one hour at a time. The reference time for minutes, seconds, and second time period is not affected. Also, because the clock is not stopped, accuracy is maintained. The reference time of a regular residential place or workplace of a traveler is read on a disc deviating from the rotation center. The fixed inverted triangle points to the reference time selected by the wearer. In the 24-hour display on the disc, you can clearly distinguish between daytime hours and nighttime hours in a distant time zone (for example, 10 pm – 10 am). The date change is associated with local time and occurs within a few milliseconds at midnight. The date displayed on the aperture is always the current date of the wearer’s local time zone.