Resplendent With Magnanimous Depth â€“ The Rolex Submariner And Joseph â€œJoeâ€ Satriani
The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner is ultimate timepiece chosen by the professionals who have a taste for style and a unique depth in it. When it was introduced in the year in 1953 by Rolex, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner was the first watch to be water-resistant up to a height of 100 meters under the water bed. Few years later, it was strengthened by the incorporation of the Triplock winding crown which was patented by Rolex itself. The Triplock winding crown made the Rolex Oyster perpetual Submariner even stronger by allowing it to withstand a depth of 300 meters under water.
The Rolex Oyster case is another feature of the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner which makes it a unique Rolex timepiece. Authorized Rolex retailers with the necessary know-how, skills and equipments are the only ones to gain access inside a Rolex Oyster. Completely sealed to the case with a massive force of five newton meters, the back of any Oyster, as this caseback demonstrates, creates an environment that protects the movement of the watch from all kinds of hostile elements like pressure, shocks, dust, water etc. The Oyster case was invented in the year 1926 by Rolex to protect the movement of the watch from water and dust.
Rolex created and patented the Twinlock winding crown in the year 1953 in order to ensure further protection of the watch for professional divers. The guarantee of waterproofness of the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner was increased by introducing the Triplock winding crown in 1970. It is made up of ten different elements which have been crafted from the most reliable materials. Once all these elements are put together, the screw down as tightly to the watch as a submarine hatch. The unidirectional rotatable bezel is an important functionality of this unique Rolex watch.
The graduations in the bezel provide the professional divers with an accurate indication of diving time. For keeping up with the safety issue, the bezel rotates only counterclockwise in order to avoid overestimation of dive time or the amount of breathing mix remaining in the tanks. The luminescent capsule ensures the legibility even in the darkest environments. A bezel with a blue, black or green Cerachrom insert graces the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner 40 mm case. Made and fashioned from extremely hard ceramic material, the Rolex Cerachrom insert has brilliant corrosion resistant properties. The color of the Cerachrom insert remains unaffected by ultraviolet rays and it is virtually scratchproof.
American instrumental rock guitarist Joseph “Joe” Satriani is one of those few musicians in the world whose style of music have gone down deep inside the hearts of music lovers all over the world. Joseph “Joe” Satriani is a multi-instrumentalist and a multiple Grammy Award nominee. Joseph “Joe” Satriani was recruited by Rolling Stoneâ€™s Mick Jagger as the lead guitarist for Mick Jaggerâ€™s first solo tour. Joseph “Joe” Satriani has acted as the driving force in music credited to other musicians throughout his career, as a founder of the G3 tour, as well as performing in various positions with other musicians. Some of the most renowned guitarists like Steve Vai, Larry LaLonde, Rick Hunolt, Kirk Hammett, Andy Timmons, Charlie Hunter, Kevin Cadogan and Alex Skolnick have trained under Joseph â€œJoeâ€ Satriani. He is currently the lead guitarist for the supergroup â€œChickenfootâ€. Since 1988, Joseph â€œJoeâ€ Satriani has been using his own signature guitar, the Ibanez JS Series, which is sold in music stores worldwide.