GMT Master II
In 2013, Rolex launched the world’s first blue and black two-color Cerachrom bezel. This one-piece bezel is made of two contrasting colors, half blue and half black, for a flawless finish. The GMT-Master II is equipped with a red and blue two-color Cerachrom word ring, which echoes the outer ring of the first GMT-Master in 1955.
Based on the original model, the GMT-Master II watch came out in 1982. In addition to the traditional hour, minute, and second hands, this watch is also equipped with an independent 24-hour hand and a bidirectional rotating 24-hour graduated bezel. The 24-hour hand shows the reference time of the first time zone (such as the time of residence). It can read through the outer scale opposite it.
Travelers can tell the local time through their hands on the surface. The watch uses a cleverly designed independently adjustable jumping hour hand. The wearer can easily adjust the time through the winding crown without affecting the operation of the minute and second hands or the first time zone display. Therefore, at any time, the traveler can read both the location and departure time simultaneously, and the collection uses a 24-hour clock to distinguish between day and night clearly. If necessary, the time in the third time zone can display at any time by turning the outer ring of the progressive scale corresponding to the hour. The 24-hour hand will indicate the time on the outer ring in this zone. At any time, travelers can read the location and departure time simultaneously.
The GMT Master II series is suitable for you who often travel abroad. If you travel between countries frequently, we recommend the GMT Master II, which can display the time of two or more countries. With a simple adjustment, you’ll get two displays at different times simultaneously. This watch is your best collection for those who want to move to the country shortly. The 40mm case is equipped with a black Cerachrom ring, and the layer is made of challenging ceramic the color will not change due to UV exposure.
The digital hour markers on the bezel are filled with gold. The stainless steel case with a diameter of 40mm and the black dial echo each other. The triangular anti-pattern design on the back of the case can enhance the waterproof performance of the watch while increasing the aesthetics. The brand design uses special tools to clamp the pit bezel to seal look external parts, so this is a design with substantial utility, which guarantees water resistance up to 100 meters. And with a sapphire crystal glass mirror that is not easy to damage, the time can be seen in any environment. There is also a calendar window on the mirror to quickly read the date.
Since the introduction of the Rolex GMT-Master in 1955, its 24-hour progressive scale red and the blue two-color rotating outer ring has been particularly eye-catching. Additional hands rotated around the face every 24 hours, allowing pilots working in the rapidly expanding international aviation business to read the time in both time zones simultaneously.
The bright red and blue design creates a strong visual contrast and ensures that this professional watch is more legible. However, in the minds of many GMT-Master enthusiasts, the red and blue two-color outer ring has always been the most classic feature of this watch.