All Rolex Datejust models are water-resistant. Rolex's standard water resistance is 100m/330ft, the equivalent of 10 ATM/BAR.
In that respect, only the Rolex Cellini with its 50m/165ft or 5 ATM/BAR depth rating is an exception for Rolex SA. Rolex also produces diving watches with a higher waterproof guarantee.
Rolex Datejust 100m/330ft depth rating is more than enough for most everyday activities involving contact with water, such as bathing and showering. You can swim in the sea and in the pool with a 100m/330ft depth water-resistant Rolex Datejust watch.
Here is the list of other Rolex watches with a 100m/330ft/10ATM depth ratings:
- Rolex Air-King
- Rolex Cosmograph Daytona
- Rolex Explorer
- Rolex Explorer II
- Rolex GMT-Master II
- Rolex Milgauss
- Rolex Oyster Perpetual
- Rolex Sky-Dweller
A water-resistant watch up to 100m/330ft means that it can withstand being submerged in water for a long period of time without any damage happening to it. In other words, the watch can get in the water and can be used for swimming.
Be aware that these Rolex watches listed above are not designed for diving and high impact water activities, such as cliff diving or water jet skiing.
Rolex manufacture watches that are suitable for diving or high impact water sports.
Rolex collections for diving
- Rolex Submariner
- Rolex Submariner Date
- Rolex Sea-Dweller
- Rolex Deep Sea
The Rolex diving watches available on the market has a water resistance range from 300m/1000ft up to 1200m/4000ft depth rating.
The best way to know the exact depth rating of a diver Rolex watch is by consulting the manufacturer's specifications and guidelines for care and maintenance information on their website.