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The James Cameron Sea-Dweller

A special version of the Rolex Sea-Dweller named after the director of the Titanic: it’s the James Cameron Rolex Sea-Dweller Deepsea. With its blue and black dial, it really stands out from the other watches within the Sea-Dweller collection. It features a D-Blue dial as Rolex has called it, it’s as blue as the deep sea and it features the 3235 caliber with a 70-hour power reserve.

All about the honor

Hollywood director and award winner James Cameron received a special honor from Rolex back in 2014 with his very own model: the Rolex Sea-Dweller Deepsea James Cameron Edition with a D-blue dial. Usually the names given to watches are nicknames, like the Paul Newman, Batman or Coke, but the James Cameron was initiated by Rolex which was a brand first.

The James Cameron is a collaboration between the filmmaker and the watch brand during Cameron’s Deepsea Challenge back in 2012. For this expedition, National Geographic and Rolex teamed up to develop a one-man submersible to explore the Challenger Deep, the deepest section of the Mariana Trench. He reach a depth of 10.908 meters! 

The D-Blue dial

The dial stands for the gradient when under water, just as the ocean gets darker when you dive deeper, so that’s why Rolex used the D-blue (black and blue gradient) dial on the Rolex James Cameron edition. It’s water-resistant to 3.900 meters and features the automatic helium escape valve. 

The watch is a true collector’s item and can be found for roughly €15.000 on the grey market, depending on the year of production and the state of the watch.

Different reference numbers

The James Cameron Deepsea features three different reference numbers: the 116660, the updated 126660 and the newest 136660. The 116660 version has the old 3135 caliber with a 48-hour power-reserve, while the newer pieces feature a 70-hour power reserve thanks to the new and updated 3235 caliber. Expect to pay around €17.000 for the older version and €15.500 for the newer piece. 

General info

Brand Rolex
Models Sea-Dweller Deepsea
References 116660, 126660, 136660
Alternative references 116660‑0003, 126660‑0002, 136660‑0003
Category Modern
Gender Unisex
Movement Automatic

Case

Dial Blue
Case size 44 mm
Case material Steel
Bezel material Ceramic
Crystal Sapphire Crystal
Water resistance Over 120 ATM

Bracelet/strap

Bracelet material Steel
Bracelet color Steel
Clasp Fold clasp
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