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    Re: Rolex Deep Sea in blue?

    Only a few more hours and we'll know.

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    Re: Rolex Deep Sea in blue?

    Quote Originally Posted by cedargrove View Post
    Only a few more hours and we'll know.
    i will fall over if its in white gold :P


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    Re: Rolex Deep Sea in blue?

    Looks like the new CEO is really adding a lot of value; re-releasing watches in a new color - gasp - he's like the Steve Jobs of horology

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeylacroix View Post
    i will fall over if its in white gold :P
    Judging by the releases at BaselWorld it might be.
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    Re: Rolex Deep Sea in blue?

    I hope not. That would be a travesty
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    Re: Rolex Deep Sea in blue?

    I was hoping the announcement was that they were taking all the text off.

    But if it's in blue, I will have to get!!!

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    Re: Rolex Deep Sea in blue?

    ^Is that the new text?

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    Re: Rolex Deep Sea in blue?

    Seems odd, Rolex hardly releases anything outside of Bezel and a commemorative model seems abnormal for the brand.

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    Re: Rolex Deep Sea in blue?

    Quote Originally Posted by geoffbot View Post
    ^Is that the new text?
    I think that was just for the inner bezel.

    The dial has something like
    Rolex very deep sea sea dweller deeper than the deepest sea anyone can see.
    oyster resistant to water heat cold dust lowIQ. superlative quintisenssial ultimate incredible chronometer cosc tested to 10 positions 100 temperatures 4000m=12900ft=20000leagues=(many other consversion of length).
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    Re: Rolex Deep Sea in blue?

    .It's made of a new "Persistent phosphorescent composite material" I'm guessing



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