The Rolex Explorer is designed for, well, the explorers. This particular wristwatch is intended to give precise time despite extreme environments. It is tested and certified by Controle Officiel Suisse des Chronometres (COSC) to have a superlative chronometer. This proves that the model has extreme precision and has endured 15 days of testing involving various positions and temperatures.
A clock is so precise as its oscillator is regular. The spirals are made from conventional ferromagnetic alloys, making them. Vulnerable to magnetic fields and shocks Created after five years of research, the blue spiral Rolex PARA CHROME. Made of a paramagnetic alloy is not affected by magnetic fields, and up to 10 times more resistant to affected joints.
Very few people in the world are allowed in a Rolex Oyster. Only Rolex dealers have the knowledge, skills and equipment to gain access. Hermetically sealed to the case with a capacity of five Newton meters, the back of each Oyster, as this case shows ground, an environment that protects the movement from shocks, pressure, dust, water and other creates intrusive.