Rolex Caliber 3135
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Rolex Caliber 3135

Here you will find all the information about the Rolex Caliber 3135. It is used in the following models: Datejust 34, Datejust 36, Submariner Date, Deepsea, Yacht Master 40.

  • Automatic mechanical movement
  • Winding in both directions
  • Perpetual rotor
  • 28.800 A/h
  • 31 jewels
  • Date display
  • Power reserve: approx. 48 hours.
Rolex Caliber 3135

Rolex Caliber 3135 (Image: Rolex)

The Rolex Caliber 3135 is, in several variations, the basis for all three-hand watches by Rolex. Since 1988, Rolex has been building the famous automatic movement, which is designed for maximum precision, but also robustness and long service intervals. The power reserve of about 48 hours is not Rolex’s best, but the mechanism can boast high resistance to interference, and all those who would like to use their Submariner properly will be glad. The 3135 can withstand impacts and temperature fluctuations exceptionally well, for which, among other factors, the blue Parachrom hairspring developed by Rolex is responsible.

Rolex Balance Wheel

The Rolex terminal curve of the Parachrom hairspring ensures regular gait in all positions (Image: Rolex)

As a “normal watch-lover”, you will hardly ever see a dismantled Rolex Caliber 3135. In this intriguing (and extremely relaxed) video, you can watch a watchmaker disassemble the mechanism into its components:

See here the overview of all currently installed Rolex Calibers!


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