OYSTER PERPETUAL GMT-MASTER II
WORLD TRAVELER CHIC
The famous travel watch, created by Rolex in 1954, benefits from the latest technical innovations. With its new bracelet, this watch is even more refined.
Keeping the time while traveling across the globe is the leitmotiv of Rolex with its Oyster Perpetual GMT-MASTER II. The original model continues to be upgraded through improvements in manufacturing techniques yet still has the same objective: ensuring ease of use and exceptional robustness. Last year, the Pepsi model, so-called because of its red and blue two-tone bezel, integrated a new performance caliber, the 3825. For the first time, this timepiece was combined with a five-link steel Jubilee bracelet. This year, at the latest edition of Baselworld, the brand with the crown launched the famous Batman (reference 126710 BLNR) set apart by its graduated black and blue ceramic dial, with the same features.
The dial is finished with a set of hands including a 24-hour hand intended for the second time zone easily recognizable with its triangular tip. Everything including the date, which is magnified by the Cyclops lens, is powered by the self-winding movement located in the 40 mm steel monobloc case. Its high-tech components and its bidirectional rotor enable it to gain enough energy to ensure a power reserve of 70 hours.
As with all Rolex watches, this Oyster Perpetual GMT-MASTER II has the Superlative Chronometer certification which guarantees a precision of -2/+2 seconds.
Price: 8 500 EUR
By Dan Diaconu
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