Rolex Caliber 3135

Rolex Caliber 3135

Rolex Caliber 3135

Brand Rolex
Caliber Number 3135
Movement Type Automatic
Jewels 31
Power Reserve 48 hours
Vibrations Per Hour 28,800 bph
Balance Glucydur
Shock System KIF
Hairspring Nivarox
Features Date at 3:00
Country of Manufacture Switzerland
Known Models Submariner, Sea-Dweller, Deepsea, Yacht-Master, Datejust

The Rolex caliber 3135 is an Certified Chronometer automatic movement with 31 jewels, and is adjusted for five positions and temperature. This movement was announced in 1988.

Power Reserve

The 3135 has approximately 48 hour power reserve, however, some specs listings online have been known to incorrectly round this number up to 50 hours.

Rolex Models with Caliber 3135

The 3135 is found in several Rolex watches including the Submariner, Sea-Dweller, DSSD, Yacht-Master, new Sub C (116610), etc.

Note: Despite incorrect information on many sites, the Datejust II does not have a 3135 inside. DJII is powered by a larger version of the 3135 known as the caliber 3136,

Examples of the 3135

 

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Christopher
Christopher
5 years ago

Most popular Rolex movement.

Ben
Ben
3 years ago

Are they still using this movement in Rolex watches?

Watchnoob
Watchnoob
3 years ago

Is the gear red or purple?

chris cartel
chris cartel
3 years ago

If you don’t own the watch then you will never understand why the price of this movement is very expensive, but for those that are the Real Rolex owners first of all congrats on your success, rewarding yourself after achieving 80% of your life goals is a great thing, but sometimes its not as easy as it sounds most of the purchases loose their value by 50% the minute you swipe that black AMEX card… Read more »

home.ge
home.ge
3 years ago

While I appreciate the craftsmanship going into a beautifully finished movement as much as the next watch enthusiast, no amount of engraving can be a substitute for accuracy and reliability.

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tienda erotica online
2 years ago

What’s up, this weekend is pleasant for me, as this moment
i am reading this enormous informative paragraph here at my house.

Justin
Justin
4 months ago

google translate much?

Guest
Guest
1 year ago

is rolex movement parts are made with pure gold or rhodium or platinum?

Otis
Otis
11 months ago

Does anyone knows where I can get some of these bits and pieces am trying to build a submariner on the cheap being as I can’t afford to buy one right now any ideas

Christopher
Christopher
11 months ago
Reply to  Otis

You can’t get Rolex parts unless you have a parts account. You can try to find a watch for repair or look for individual parts on ebay and other sites. Do you already have a genuine Rolex Submariner case? If you are just building an ‘homage’ watch to look like a Sub, then use a different movement like a Miyota.

Justin
Justin
4 months ago
Reply to  Christopher

or you can be like Invicta and just use a seiko movement. but i would use a Miyota or a Selita

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