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From the first Submariner in 1953 to the latest Rolex Deepsea, waterproof to an extreme depth of 3,900 metres, Rolex has always been at the forefront of pioneering ocean exploration and advanced diving technology. To address the needs of professional divers, Rolex invented and patented such features as the helium escape valve, which allows the watch to “decompress” with the diver after deep saturation dives; the Rolex Glidelock bracelet extension, allowing the watch to be easily worn on top of a diving suit; or the Ringlock System, a virtually indestructible case architecture enabling the watch to resist the colossal pressure of the deep. Today, Rolex continues to innovate alongside prominent ocean scientists, explorers and conservationists, leading the way into the most fascinating and uncharted waters on our planet with cutting-edge performance and legendary style.
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