Rolex Sky-Dweller Watches

An elegant watch for world travellers, the Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller features a dual time zone and an annual calendar called Saros that displays the month by means of 12 apertures around the circumference of the dial – the current month is shown in red. A compelling blend of technical sophistication and ease of use, the Sky-Dweller is the result of Rolex’s unique culture of innovation.


Rolex Sky-Dweller FAQ

1. How much is a gold Rolex Sky-Dweller?

The price of a gold Rolex Sky-Dweller can vary depending on the model, materials, and current market conditions, but it typically ranges from $30,000 to $60,000.

2. How to wind a Rolex Sky-Dweller?

To wind a Rolex Sky-Dweller, follow these steps:
  • Pull the winding crown out to the first position.
  • Turn the crown clockwise until it stops, which usually takes about 20 to 30 turns.
  • Push the crown back to the normal position.
Note: The Rolex Sky-Dweller is a self-winding watch, which means it winds itself as you wear it. You only need to wind it if it has been sitting unused for an extended period of time.

3. How to adjust a Rolex Sky-Dweller?

To adjust the time on a Rolex Sky-Dweller, follow these steps:
  • Pull out the winding crown to the first position.
  • Turn the crown to set the hour hand to the correct local time.
  • Pull the crown to the second position.
  • Turn the crown to set the minute hand to the correct time.
  • Push the crown back to the normal position.
To set the second time zone, also known as the GMT function, use the rotating Ring Command bezel to set the hour hand to the correct time in the second time zone. The minute hand and local time hour hand will move along with it. Note: Some models of the Rolex Sky-Dweller have an annual calendar function that automatically changes the date based on the number of days in each month. To adjust the date, pull the crown out to the second position and turn it until the date changes to the desired date. Do not change the date between 9 PM and 3 AM, as this is when the date mechanism is switching and can cause damage.

4. How to change date on Rolex Sky-Dweller?

To change the date on a Rolex Sky-Dweller, follow these steps:
  • Pull the winding crown out to the second position.
  • Turn the crown until the date changes to the desired date.
  • Push the crown back to the normal position.
Note: Do not change the date between 9 PM and 3 AM, as this is when the date mechanism is switching and can cause damage. Some models of the Rolex Sky-Dweller have an annual calendar function that automatically changes the date based on the number of days in each month.

5. How to spot a fake Rolex Sky-Dweller?

  • Quality of materials: A genuine Rolex Sky-Dweller is made of high-quality materials and should feel heavy and solid.
  • Engravings: Check the engravings, including the serial number and brand name, for proper font and spacing.
  • Precision: The watch should keep accurate time and have smooth, precise movements.
  • Cost: If the price is significantly lower than the retail price, it may be a fake.
  • Seller reputation: Purchase from a reputable dealer or authorized retailer.
  • Papers and packaging: Verify authenticity of the original paperwork and packaging.
  • Micro-etched crystal: A Rolex hologram is etched into the crystal at 6 o'clock position.
  • Movement: The movement should have a smooth sweeping second hand and not a ticking one like a quartz watch.

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