Rolex Deepsea Gold – Limited Edition
Limited to 100 Pieces
This is a customization of Rolex DeepSea Reference 116660 in complete Gold wrap that bonds over 30g of pure 18k Yellow Gold on the 904L Stainless Steel surface. A Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) Protection film is applied on top.
Rolex DeepSea Reference 116660 Swiss Replica
44mm Case with Helium Gas Escape Valve
Rolex 3135 Swiss Cloned Automatic Movement with Date Function, 25 Jewels (Red rubies)
Pure 18k Yellow Gold wrap with DLC protective Coating on Solid 904L Stainless Steel
Black Dial with Gold Indices, Black Superlume and Gold Hands
Ceramic Rotatable Bezel with numerals and graduations coated in 18k Yellow Gold
Flip-lock Bracelet with Glidelock Clasp for quick set
Scratch Proof Sapphire Crystal Glass
Water Resistance to 300m / 1000ft
Limited to 100 Pieces
This watch comes complete with a 2-years International Warranty
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A few hundredths of a millimeter of surface metal is removed to leave a slightly matt surface, ready for Gold wrap that bonds over 30g of pure 18k Yellow Gold on the 904L Stainless Steel surface. A Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) Protection coating is applied on top.
The knurled edges of a rotatable bezel in gold are carefully buffed by hand.
Here an 18k Gold DLC bezel is satin-finished by hand using an abrasive disc.
Here the human touch and eye is irreplaceable.
MIRROR AND SATIN Surface finishing, however, is generally carried out by hand on polishing lathes fitted with softer discs.
The brilliance of mirror-polished parts demands a smooth and delicate touch at the very final stage of brightening, to ensure that no more than two to five microns of material is removed from the case or bracelet.
A satin finish involves specific techniques at both stages, generally achieved by brushing to produce a surface texture that varies according to the depth and width of the brush marks. Combined polished and satin finishes on bracelets are down to sheer dexterity and the use of masking tape to protect finished surfaces.