watches are water resistant to 100m(300ft). Rolex Cellini is the only watch with a maximum water resistance of 50 meters. If you are in a chlorinated swimming pool, a sea or a hot tub, wearing your Rolex is alright. Anything you can do, your Rolex can do as well. It is best to rinse your watch with fresh water after wearing it in the sea to get rid of salt and sand deposits.
Rolex watches are water resistant to a depth of 100m(300ft). If you use your Rolex Date correctly, you can go swimming with it. The water resistance of the Rolex is 300ft or 100 meters, which is sufficient for swimming in both the pool and the ocean.
Water-resistant Oyster cases are used by all modern Rolex watches. With a water resistance of 100m(300ft), the Rolex patented case can be used for swimming, bathing, but diving is not recommended. Wearing a vintage Rolex while swimming is not recommended. It requires servicing, gasket replacement, water pressure testing, and gasket replacement to remain water-resistant. It is not recommended to expose a vintage Rolex to water.
Wear this watch in the pool or in the sea since it is water-resistant. The casing of a Rolex Oyster is threaded. The crown and case are screwed down and sealed with gaskets, much like a submarine hatch. This Rolex innovation improves the watch's waterproofness and outperforms water-resistant watches that rely solely on screws to keep the watch sealed.
When swimming wearing a Rolex on a regular basis, the watch requires special attention. When the winding crown is unscrewed and pulled out, the Rolex has an opening. Dust particles and moisture have the potential to enter the Rolex. As a result, you should avoid opening the crown of your Rolex where there is a lot of humidity or dust, such as on the beach, in a hot tub, or in an indoor pool.
If you are underwater, do not touch the crown or the bezel. As the crown on the Rolex rotates, the water resistance is diminished, increasing the risk of water damage.
Rolex watches can be worn while swimming, but you should avoid high impact with the water. When you board or do cliff dives, you create more pressure than your watch can handle. In the unfortunate event of a dive impact, you may also displace a gasket.
If you go swimming with your Rolex watch, make sure to rinse it well afterward to eliminate any salt or dust deposits. Wipe with a gentle towel once it has dried. When swimming with a Rolex, keep an eye on the functions of the watch, such as the time and battery reserve, as well as condensation under the crystal. At the first hint of difficulty, it's a good idea to get the Rolex examined by a Rolex-certified watchmaker.