Rolex GMT Master II’s design is to display time in two different time-zones alongside each other. The Rolex GMT-Master was manufactured primarily as an instrument for navigation for people whose job was traveling the world. GMT Master was a technological advancement in 1955.
A successor to the Rolex GMT Master, in 1982, GMT Master II was disclosed to the public, upgraded with a new movement to ease the usage. It is an integration of incomparable performance, strength, and luxurious aesthetic. The wristwatch had a great liking for travelers all around the globe. Here, we will show you the Rolex GMT – Master II collection.
The Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master II in Everose Rolesor with an Oyster Bracelet
A black and brown Cerachrom bezel and black dial are featured in this model, engineered to tell two of the times with time zones difference at the same time during flights that are intercontinental. Rolex made it with standard hours, minutes, and seconds hand. Also, it has an arrowed-tipped hand that turns the dial per 24 hour-time, with a rotatable bidirectional 24 hours graduated bezel.
The same with all Rolex Professional watches, Chromalight display technology is featured in the Rolex GMT Master 2. Created with Gold, the Everose Rolesor was intended for prestige and integrity. And steel that establishes robustness and solidity. Combined, it makes an outstanding wristwatch.
Oystersteel is used on this bracelet to give excellent resistance. It provides an exceptional finish once varnished and keeps its aesthetic even in severe environments. The bracelet is ideal engineering of construction and functionality, aesthetics, and automation. This Oyster bracelet is sturdy yet pleasant metal with an Oysterlock folding clasp, which avoids accidental opening, and an Easylink comfort extension link manufactured exclusively by Rolex.
The GMT-Master II also features the Cyclops lens, which is a Rolex definite and prominent design. The cyclops design magnifies the watch to make it easier to read.
Manufactured and devolved by Rolex, the collection features the new caliber 3285 with ten patent applications. The movement guarantees a power reserve of roughly 70 hours and a Chronergy escapement. The 3285 caliber is a certified Swiss chronometer.
The Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master II in Oystersteel with a Jubilee bracelet
A blue and black Cerachrom bezel and a black dial are featured in this model. The same with the previous model, this was engineered to tell times with different time-zones at the same time during flights that are intercontinental. Rolex made it with standard hours, minutes, and seconds hands. Also, it has an arrowed-tipped hand that turns the dial per 24 hour-time, with a rotatable bidirectional 24 hours graduated bezel.
Rolex uses Oystersteel for its steel watch cases. Oystersteel is used for its steel watch cases that are included the 904L steel family, where the highest resistance is maximized. Oystersteel is highly resistant made for severe environments.
A Jubilee bracelet is fitted in this version of the GMT-Master II model. The five-piece link Jubilee bracelet is comfortable and sturdy and specially designed to introduce the Oyster Perpetual Datejust model in 1945. On this model, the Jubilee bracelet is equipped with an Oysterlock folding safety clasp, which keeps from accidental opening. It also allows the bracelet length to be extended by roughly 5 mm through the Easylink comfort extension link.
The model also features the Cyclops lens, which is a Rolex definite and prominent design. The cyclops design magnifies the watch to make it easier to read. It also has the new caliber 3285, manufactured and devolved by Rolex. The movement configures a Chronergy escapement and guarantees a power reserve of roughly 70 hours.
The rest of the Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master II Collection
The GMT-Master II Collection with an Oyster bracelet is also available in 18-carat white gold. A red and blue Cerachrom bezel and a blue dial are featured in this model. In 18-carat Everose gold, a brown and black and a black dial are featured in this model. Lastly, In 18 ct white gold, a red and blue Cerachrom bezel, and a meteorite dial.
The GMT-Master II Collection with a Jubilee bracelet is also available in Oystersteel. A red and blue Cerachrom bezel and a black dial are featured in this model.
The GMT-Master II displays two time zones at the same time. It shows the local time and the time of reference, local time, and a second time zone. Strength and flexible appearance acclaim the GMT-Master. They are making the collection a trusted timepiece by the pilots and travelers.