The Submariner, is water-repellant to 1700 ft and because of its unidirectional red bezel as well as its red face, unquestionably is by far the most beautiful diving wristwatches that can be found (from $ 12000) it became imperative with a white ceramic bezel and the famous in-house automatic movement. That very same year or so Rolex launched the all-new Sea Dweller: the Deep-sea, water-repellant to roughly speaking 15,795 ft, a record ($9,100). Another noteworthy watch in the maritime realm is definitely the Yacht-Master 2, released in 2007. It's a regatta chronograph recognized by its countdown feature, programmable through the bezel and linked to the movement ($33,180 to $37,200).
As for the Cosmo-graph Daytona, that is fitted with the new 8910 number manufactured by Rolex ever since 2001 (it, earlier contained an El Primero movement put together by Zenith), it has aroused such enthusiasm that you will have to wait several weeks to have one and lay out no less than $9,500 (for the steel model) before you strap it to your wrist. The same thing goes for the Milgauss offered in 2009 and inspired by a 50's model. Its name is the contraction of the French words Miller (thousand) and gauss, the unit of measurement of magnetic fields, its automatic movement again a fully in-house caliber correctly resists electromagnetic waves (around $6,200)