Editor's note: The Rolex Sky-Dweller is an amazing timepiece. No doubt about it. It's also the epitome of what Rolex does so well *take something exceedingly complicated, like an annual calendar, and then create a simple, novel and ingenious way of not only displaying said complication but how you interact with the watch. Seriously, who else would have thought of something like utilising the fluted 18k yellow gold bezel to adjust the various different complications of the wristwatch? Anyway, in this writer's humble opinion, it's a stroke of genius, and I totally understand why the Sky-Dweller is today in such high demand globally. A little while ago, we reviewed the updated model line-up when it was released at Baselworld 2017, and these were our thoughts.* In the months, weeks and days leading up to Baselworld the speculation around what novelties Rolex would release reached a near fever pitch. Pundits made predictions about what*the new Sea-Dweller would look like, and if we'd see extensions added to the Daytona and Yacht-Master family. But no one predicted an updated Sky-Dweller Originally released in 2012, the Sky-Dweller has always been something of a niche proposition. Highly complex and only offered in precious metals,…

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