Rolex Deepsea Challenge RLX Titanium – Price, Weight, Design & Features

Rolex has mastered making some of the best stainless steel luxury watches that have become a gold standard in the watch industry. The Rolex Deepsea Challenge RLX Titanium 126067 is a testament to offering a stunning design that matches with the first of their titanium watch. The company’s Deepsea lineup is among the most iconic diver’s watches you can buy compared to other luxury watchmakers.

ModelOyster Perpetual Deepsea Challenge 126067
CaseRLX Titanium
Case size50 mm
Water resistance11,000 meters
MovementRolex in-house Caliber 3230
Movement specsPerpetual, mechanical, self-winding, 70-hour power reserve
StrapOyster, three-piece solid links bracelet




The Rolex Deepsea Challenge RLX Titanium Ref 126067 is the company’s first titanium watch. The watch comes with a matching titanium bracelet offering a sturdy grip and is engineered with almost precision to offer great comfort to the wrist. The watch is among the most popular diver’s watches with its water resistance of a staggering 11,000 meters and is useful at the depths of some of the deepest marvels inside the oceans. Rolex’s first titanium watch features a stunning design offering a magnificently crafted titanium case with the company’s RLX Titanium material. It comes with a sleek ceramic bezel and a cool deep black dial with a chromelight display that offers incredible luminescence indices and markers along with polished hands.

The Rolex Deepsea Challenge RLX Titanium comes with a large 50 mm titanium case with uses the company’s in-house caliber 3230 with a self-winding movement. The movement offers a power reserve of 70 hours with a perpetual rotor and offers functionality of Centre hour, minute, and seconds hands along with stop-seconds to offer the most precise time possible. Packed with a high tensile sapphire crystal with a thickness of 9.5 mm that adds more durability to the watch.


The new Rolex Deepsea Challenger RLX Titanium will retail at around $26,000 and is currently available in the secondary market with prices soaring up to $46,000.

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