Water resistance is standard on all Rolex GMT-Master II models. The normal water resistance of Rolex is 100m/330ft, or 10 ATM/BAR.
Only the Rolex Cellini, with a depth rating of 50m/165ft or 5 ATM/BAR, is an exception for Rolex SA in this regard. Rolex also makes diving timepieces with a higher level of water resistance.
The Rolex GMT-Master II's depth rating of 100m/330ft is more than adequate for most regular activities requiring water contact, such as bathing and showering. With a 100m/330ft depth water-resistant Rolex GMT-Master II watch, you may swim in the sea and in the pool.
Other Rolex watches with a 100m/330ft/10ATM depth certification are listed below:
- Rolex Air-King
- Rolex Cosmograph Daytona
- Rolex Datejust
- Rolex Datejust II
- Rolex Explorer
- Rolex Explorer II
- Rolex Milgauss
- Rolex Oyster Perpetual
- Rolex Sky-Dweller
A watch that is water-resistant up to 100m/330ft indicates that it can tolerate being submerged in water for an extended length of time without being damaged. In other words, the watch may be submerged in water and utilized to swim.
Please keep in mind that these Rolex watches are not suitable for diving or high-impact aquatic activities like cliff diving or water jet skiing.
Rolex makes timepieces that are ideal for scuba diving and other high-impact aquatic activities.
Rolex Diving Watches
- Rolex Submariner
- Rolex Submariner Date
- Rolex Sea-Dweller
- Rolex Deep Sea
The water resistance rating of the Rolex diving watches on the market ranges from 300m/1000ft to 1200m/4000ft. The manufacturer's specifications and directions for care and maintenance information on their website are the best approach to determine the actual depth rating of a diver Rolex watch.