Rolex accurately calls the Submariner “The Reference Among Divers’ Watches”. This title wasn’t earned overnight; the Submariner has seen decades of changes, iterations, and improvements. Developed and born in the mid-20th century, the Rolex Submariner embodies the golden age of watchmaking. A few decades prior, Rolex released the Oyster case – and the concept of water resistant watches – to the world. The first Submariner (Ref. 6204) took this water resistance to the next level, increasing a depth rating of 100 meters. Such depths are only explored by technical and commercial divers; the Submariner is fundamentally a purpose-built tool watch. Regardless, the model has exploded in popularity, far beyond just divers.
Installing your new Everest Band can be done easily at home using our toolkits and by following the instructions on our Installation Page. Professional installation is recommended as Everest is not responsible for injury or damage to one’s self or watch.
The tang buckle style strap is a full strap that includes 9 sizing holes, sturdy strap keepers, and a high quality 316L stainless steel buckle closure. These straps often come in standard and short sizes and universally fit most wrists.
A deployant style strap is a strap that integrates into your existing watch deployant clasp. Deployant straps do not come with buckle, but rather are intended to be used with your existing watch deployant clasp. For deployant straps, sizing is specific to your wrist and watch size. Please see the Deployant Sizing Guide to make sure you are choosing the correct size.
Sizing your Everest Deployant Strap is easy! The sizing correlates to the number of links on both sides of your existing watch bracelet. Please watch this short video: Deployant Sizing Guide, which shows you exactly how to find the right size for your deployant strap.