The Rolex Sea Dweller model 16600 is the big brother to the Rolex Submariner and has now been discontinued by Rolex for the Rolex Deep Sea Sea Dweller, and here is a fantastic Rolex Sea Dweller model 16600 from 2001 complete with its box and papers.
There are a few differences between the Rolex Submariner and the Rolex Sea Dweller, namely in the Rolex Sea Dweller it is fitted with the helium escape valve on the side of the case, and the case itself as well as the sapphire crystal are each both 1mm thicker.
The crystal being 1mm thicker has no bubble magnified date window, giving it a very sleek look similar to the Rolex Submariner no-date model.
The other difference thanks to the thicker case and crystal as well as the helium escape valve is the extreme depth that this watch can go to – a massive 4,000ft/1,220m, 4 times that of the Rolex Submariner.
Measuring 40mm across plus the Rolex screw down crown, it is fitted on the Rolex Oyster band which is in superb condition as is the fully jewelled automatic movement which comes with our 1 year warranty.
This Rolex Sea-Dweller comes with box and papers and is such a great looking Rolex watch for any occasion, especially when being worn deep sea diving where it was designed and intended for.