- Model Case
- Oyster, 42 mm, Oystersteel and yellow gold
- Fluted, bidirectional rotatable Rolex Ring Command
- Waterproof to 100 metres / 330 feet
- Perpetual, mechanical, self-winding, dual time zones, annual calendar
- 9002, manufacture Rolex
- Power Reserve
- Approximately 72 hours
- Jubilee, five-piece links
- Bright black
- Superlative Chronometer (COSC + Rolex certification after casing)
Oyster, 42 mm, Oystersteel and yellow gold
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Bright black dial
A fixed inverted red triangle on the dial points to the chosen reference time – the time at home or at the traveller’s usual workplace – on the off-centre 24-hour disc. At a glance, this 24-hour display clearly distinguishes daytime hours from night-time hours in the other time zone. The dials now feature rectangular index hour markers and longer hands, as well as a Chromalight display with long-lasting luminescence, which enhances legibility.
A deep red rectangle in one of the 12 windows around the dial indicates the current month, a striking characteristic of the Saros annual calendar. This ingenious mechanism simplifies life for the wearer of the watch, who no longer needs to think about adjusting the date at the end of a 30-day month. The annual calendar displays the correct date through the year. Only one adjustment is needed – on 1 March (February having only 28 or 29 days). The date is connected to local time and automatically changes according to the traveller’s local time zone.
The Fluted Bezel
How to set your Sky-Dweller
With its two time zones and its annual calendar, the Sky-Dweller is an elegant and trusted companion for world travellers. The range has been updated with numerous enhancements proving that, for Rolex, excellence plays out even in the tiniest details.
Aesthetic embellishments are introduced with new versions joining the range. And, the watch sees technical evolutions with the introduction of a movement equipped with the latest advances in Rolex technology.