When it was first introduced it also came exclusively in 18k yellow, white, and Everose gold, thus having a premium price that one would expect from a solid gold Rolex. It also came with a choice of either Arabic or Roman numeral hour markers, driving home a more formal look.
In 2017, Rolex added two-tone options – steel and 18k white or yellow gold – making the Sky-Dweller more approachable. Rolex also introduced luminous baton hour markers for the line, giving it a more contemporary aesthetic.
Over the years, there have been many configuration possibilities. The 18k Everose model is available with chocolate, rhodium, and white dials; while the 18k yellow gold model has been offered with white, black, silver, and champagne dials.
The Rolesor steel and 18k white gold models come in versatile black, white, and blue dials; with the blue dial model being the most popular in the entire Sky-Dweller collection.