Presented in Oystersteel, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master II in its black and blue color scheme has seen an important update at Baselworld 2019.
A defining novelty of Baselworld 2019 is this fascinating Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master II “Pepsi” presented in 18ct white gold with a meteorite dial.
The Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master II in full 18ct Everose gold is a watch like no other.
It’s that time of the year again. Baselworld, one of the watch world's most anticipated and prestigious fairs, premieres the years newest watches.
It was back in 2005 that Rolex launched a subtly redesigned Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master II and with it a new bezel with a black Cerachrom insert.
Those with a keen eye will have witnessed how the greatest, most successful and most elegant individuals and brands of our times occasionally indulge in some rather obscure, lesser-known activities: for Rolex this is regatta yacht races.
Although it might have been the new Oystersteel “Pepsi” stole the show at Baselworld 2018, there was, in fact, many other notable launches from Rolex in 2018.
Baselworld 2018 saw the highly anticipated launch of the latest Rolex novelties.
Traditionally, Rolex is showcasing many exciting timepieces at Baselworld.
The Rolex GMT-Master II’s 24-hour hand comes in blue, green, gold or red according to the model. This additional hand indicates the second time zone.
Although the GMT-Master was designed essentially for professional use, its combination of peerless functionality and good looks has attracted a wider travelling public.
In function as well as in name, the GMT-Master II complements intercontinental travel across the globe. Precise, reliable and functional, it was designed to allow pilots to read the time in two different time zones simultaneously.
Twenty years ago, when Concordes were still flying, Rolex GMT-Master II also makes all the difference in therms of reliability and unmistakable design.
While we eagerly await the first delivery of the Basel novelties, please take a look at the attractive photographs taken from the popular Watch Anish blog.
After great anticipation of enthusiasts all around the world, Rolex has recently returned to offer original colours, first introduced in year 1955.
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