Rolex’s Sky-Dweller provides innovative information to travellers around the world in an innovative way, making it easy for them to keep track of time during their journey. The watch function includes two time zone displays, with the central hand indicating the local time, and the 24-hour off-axis dial shows the departure time. The annual calendar function automatically distinguishes between 30 days and 31 days by an annual calendar system called Saros. Otsuki; and Ring Command rotating outer ring, which is an easy-to-use interface for the wearer to set various functions of the watch.
As the most complex watch on sale today, Rolex has experienced innovations and inventions. Sky-Dweller brings together 11 patents, all of which cover the basic areas of reliability, precision, ergonomics, and water resistance, and fully demonstrate Rolex’s outstanding technology. For a long time, Sky-Dweller has always been unattainable because it has only precious metal watches. This year, it finally launched a gold version of gold, and it is easier to accept in terms of price.
The Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller is equipped with a dual time zone display, which is easy to read and easy to operate. This watch can simultaneously display the time in dual time zones, that is, the central hand indicates the time at the location, and the off-axis dial shows the time of departure, making Sky-Dweller’s reading clear and unique. Sky-Dweller allows the wearer to adjust the watch to the desired time zone during the trip, while also clearly showing the time of departure, such as the time of home or work. Suppose you live in Geneva and you are heading to New York, your departure time will be Geneva time, and your home time will be New York time.
Rolex’s signature gold triangular bezel.
Sky-Dweller, the most complex Rolex watch, has also become a symbol of high-end luxury and timeless elegance. Here, the gold watch is worth buying.