Rolex GMT-Master II 16710

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The GMT-Master II is not the successor of the GMT-Master. Instead, it's exactly the same watch with a different function and therefore another movement.The ref. 16710 was introduced in 1989 as the second generation GMT-Master with the convenient option to separately adjust the 24-hour GMT hand in addition to a quickset date function.This 16710 dates back to 1995 and features a lovely red and black ‘Coke’ bezel inlay. The stainless steel case—measuring in at a hair under 40 mm— is nice and thick and comes on a sporty stainless steel Oyster bracelet. The watch is in excellent condition with a thick case and tight steel Oyster bracelet. The original box and punched Rolex papers are included as well.


Rolex GMT-MasterFasten your seatbelts for the story of the inimitable Rolex GMT-Master! As civil aviation took off after World War II, airlines began to fly over longer distances. As a result, pilots required accurate watches that could display multiple time zones simultaneously. In the early 1950s, Pan American Airways (Pan-Am) requested Rolex to develop a watch for this very purpose. The GMT-Master (‘GMT’ standing for ‘Greenwich Mean Time’) was introduced in 1954. It featured a 24-hour hand alongside the regular 12-hour hand. In combination with a bidirectional 24-hour bezel, this GMT hand could be used to read the home time zone while the 12-hour hand displayed the ‘local’ time.Despite its close links to aviation and its professional purpose, the Rolex GMT enjoys a fanbase far beyond the pilots it was originally intended for. Over the years Rolex has introduced many wonderful variations of the GMT: take your pick!


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