Water-resistance is standard on all Rolex Daytona models. The Rolex water-resistance specification of 100m/330ft (10 ATM/BAR) is typical for Rolex watches.
The Rolex Cellini, which boasts a depth rating of 50m/165ft or 5 ATM/BAR, is an exception; according to Rolex SA. Rolex also manufacture specialised diving watches that are more resistant to water.
The Rolex Daytona has a depth rating of 100 meters/330 feet, which is more than suitable for most regular water activities like swimming and bathing or hot tubing. With a Rolex Daytona watch that is water-resistant to 100 meters/330 feet, you may swim in the sea or in the ocean.
Other Rolex watches with a 100m/330ft/10ATM depth certification are listed below:
- Rolex Air-King
- Rolex Cosmograph Daytona
- Rolex Explorer
- Rolex Explorer II
- Rolex GMT-Master II
- Rolex Milgauss
- Rolex Oyster Perpetual
- Rolex Sky-Dweller
A Rolex Daytona that is water-resistant to a depth of 100 meters (330 feet) implies it may be submerged in water for an extended amount of time without injury. To put it another way, the Rolex Daytona is water-resistant and can be worn while swimming.
These Rolex watches are not suitable for diving or high-impact water sports like cliff diving or water jet skiing.
Rolex dive timepieces are appropriate for scuba diving and other high-impact water activities.
Rolex Collection of Diving Watch
- Rolex Submariner
- Rolex Submariner Date
- Rolex Sea-Dweller
- Rolex Deep Sea
Rolex Submariner Date Rolex Sea-Dweller Rolex Deep Sea Rolex Submariner
Water-resistance ratings for Rolex diving watches range from 300 meters/1000 feet to 1200 meters/4000 feet.
Consult the manufacturer's specifications and maintenance instructions on their website to get the correct depth rating of each diver Rolex watch.