Introducing: The Rolex GMT-Master II Ref. 126719 BLRO With Meteorite Dial In White Gold (Live Pics & Pricing)
The GMT-Master is back again this year and with a slight update – in white gold with a Meteorite dial. On the off chance that you recollect from a year ago, Rolex delivered the GMT in steel with a Jubilee wristband to supplant the white gold form that turned out in 2014. In any case, the white gold adaptation was not totally stopped; they delivered a white gold rendition with blue dial a year ago too.
This year the white gold rendition with Oyster wristband is back again however with a Meteorite dial. Individuals love the GMT Pepsi (you actually can’t get the GMT in steel – simply request any from your neighborhood ADs) and a year ago the Jubilee wristband gave it some additional oomph. The current year’s variant is actually equivalent to a year ago’s model, estimating 40mm in width with a blue and red Cerachrom bezel, and the COSC-guaranteed programmed type 3285 movement, but in white gold with an Oyster bracelet.
While there isn’t anything actually “new” about this fake watch prices it is as yet ideal to see Rolex do what they specialize in – make minor changes to existing works of art. And keeping in mind that Meteorite dials are the same old thing to Rolex, it is the first occasion when they have utilized Meteorite on a GMT. Shooting star is a piece of a meteor that has tumbled to the Earth’s surface; it is for the most part iron and nickel. I accept the first run through Rolex utilized this irregular material on their fake watch prices was with the Daytona in white gold, however it is reliably seen on Datejusts and different models all through. The GMT is an abnormal decision for a Meteorite dial, however of course, travel is an extravagance as is a Rolex.
Model: GMT-Master II
Reference Number: 126719 BLRO
Case Material: White gold
Dial Color: Meteorite
Indexes: Applied white gold
Lume: Chromalight on all fours markers
Water Resistance: 100 meters
Strap/Bracelet: White gold Oyster wristband with Oysterlock
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, GMT, date
Power Reserve: 70 hours
Frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 vph)
COSC Chronometer Certified
Additional Details: Rolex recorded 10 licenses identified with this type; uses the Chronergy escapement; managed to +2/ – 2 seconds for each day
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Price: CHF 36,600
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