A Brief Overview Of Rolex Submariner
The Rolex Submariner (โร เล็ก ซ์ Submariner, which is a term in Thai) was first launched in 1953, and it is one of the finest waterproof watches. It can resist the water depth up to 100 meters. It was the second marvellous invention after Rolex Oyster was launched in 1926. The new version of the Submariner can resist a depth of 300 metres. It consists of a unidirectional bezel, which is the key’s primary function. The watch’s decor drives the customers’ attention, and they are thrilled to purchase the premium product.
The cerachrom bezel is corrosive resistant and ceramic. The watch is exclusively designed by experts and manufactured by Rolex’s leading watch company. The watch’s colour is unaffected by the sun’s ultraviolet rays, seawater or any chlorinated water. It provides the best protection from dust, heat, shock and pressure. The triplock rotating crown is protected by a triple lock which screws down tightly to protect against water. You would be fascinated by its unique features and love to buy it.
Though it is highly expensive, it is the choice of many.
Unique Speciality Of Watch
It has knurled edges supporting the watch and providing optimal protection by gripping it tightly along the wrist. The watch rotates notch by notch with significant clicks. People like this watch because of its efficiency, accuracy and precision. The submariner date models are tailored with precision and calibre 3230. Their innovative design is beautiful and popular all across the world.
The Rolex watches are used by athletes, film artists, athletes and other celebrities worldwide. They are adjusted with a unique blue paramagnetic Parachrom hairspring that has caught famous watchmakers’ attention. With the help of a hairspring, the watch can maintain the wheel’s balance. The hairspring is the crucial feature of calibre accuracy and its frequency consistent.
A Unique Feature Of Parachrom Blue Hairspring
Nivarox, a subsidiary of the Swatch Group, had almost monopolized the production of hairsprings for the Swiss watch industry up until recently, supplying parts to the vast majority of businesses, including Rolex. Depending on their intended purpose, the alloys they produce, often known as Nivarox (an abbreviation for Nicht Variabel Oxydfest, or Non-Variable Non-Oxidizing), have different chemical compositions. These alloys, which have a foundation of stainless steel and high concentrations of cobalt, nickel, and chromium, as well as a trace of titanium and beryllium, are often employed by luxury watch manufacturers.