Debuting at Basel world 2012, the Sky-Dweller collection is very different from the offerings in Rolex’s current catalogue. The Sky-Dweller is one of the most complex modern Rolex watches to date, but in true Rolex fashion, it is super easy to use and practical in everyday life. Reference 326939 is an all-18k white gold variant of the Sky-Dweller, which was one of the original releases but is no longer in production. Read on for an in-depth look at this striking, now discontinued, white gold Rolex Sky-Dweller ref. 326939.
As mentioned earlier, Rolex discontinued the white gold Sky-Dweller in 2018. the last published manufacturer’s suggested retail price for the replica Rolex Sky-Dweller ref. was $48,850. The 326939 was $43,850. By comparison, the version with a leather strap (Ref. 326139) retails for $35,550.
Before its launch a few years ago, many of the brand’s loyalists were considering the Sky-Dweller name and trying to imagine what Rolex had up its sleeve with its first new product in a generation. Many were talking about the big brother of the GMT-Master II, a pilot’s watch for serious professionals in the same mould as the Sea-Dweller and Submariner.
What emerged, however, was one of the most complicated and expensive watches Rolex has ever produced, proving once and for all that it’s not worth trying to second-guess the world’s largest watchmaker. The Sky-Dweller shares some design features with the proper Datejust and Day-Date – namely, the fluted bezel, date window and Cyclops lens – but benefits from the Rolex sports watch additional features typically found on Rolex sports replica watches.
The unmistakable design of the Sky-Dweller is unmistakable and its mechanical lustre is enviable. The white gold version is perfect for Rolex fans who appreciate precious metals but prefer to keep a low profile.