Rolex GMT-Master II 16710

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 GMT-Master II got introduced in 1983. It has a quickset hour hand, which entails that the hours can be adjusted without stopping the second-, minute- and 24-hour hand. Accordingly, you can – in combination with the rotable bezel – read the time in three time zone. The GMT-Master only has a quickset date function, so you have to use the rotable bezel to read the time in a second time zone. The only optical differences are the slightly thicker case (thanks to the movement) and ‘GMT-Master II’ displayed on the dial.

In 1989, Rolex introduced the reference 16710. The example that we, at Amsterdam Vintage Watches, have for offer dates back to 1996. One thing that should be mentioned is this piece’s pristine condition. The case and bezel have razor-sharp edges. The matching, stainless steel solid Oyster bracelet is in great condition too. If you’re looking for a classic Rolex in mint condition for a fair price, this is the one you should go for!

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