Well, the bits of gossip were true…sort of. Here we have the profoundly foreseen Rolex GMT-Master II reference 126710BLRO Pepsi bezel with Jubilee arm band in hardened steel (all things considered, Oystersteel to be careful). You may recall the last GMT to be delivered was the GMT-Master II Pepsi in white gold, back in 2014 . While generally welcomed, it left numerous individuals with blended emotions over the valuable metal travel watch. Before that in 2013, we had the “Batman” which was the last hardened steel GMT-Master II with blue and dark bezel.
The new GMT has a similar Cerachrome two-tone (red and blue) bi-directional bezel with 24-hour, night/day sign just as a similar dark dial with brilliant speck lists. So what’s going on about this watch? All things considered, for one it has a Jubilee arm band that hasn’t been seen on a GMT-Master since the vintage years and is just utilized on current Datejust models. The arm band is made of Oystersteel and has the Oysterlock catch (with 5mm comfort expansion for those sweltering mid year days or that week you ate a lot pizza). However, the greatest news about this watch is the new type – the 3285. The past cycle GMT had the 3186 which didn’t have the new Chronergy escapement that has been added to new Rolex developments, considering a 15% addition in productivity. It additionally brags 70 hours power hold (destroying the type 3186’s 48 hours). Additionally, there are 10 licenses on this watch.
As perhaps the most profoundly foreseen watch arrivals of the year, Rolex has done it again with the GMT-Master II Pepsi. Alongside the Submariner and the Daytona, the GMT has for quite some time been a foundation of the brand and strolls the scarcely discernible difference of convenience and extravagance with its plan and capacity. As I referenced before, when the past cycle in white gold was delivered numerous individuals were frustrated that they couldn’t get a Pepsi bezel GMT in steel and now they can. The new Jubilee arm band and shiny new type makes this watch even more attractive and the value point? CHF 8,800, which comes out to generally $9,000. I would be delinquent in the event that I didn’t call attention to that Rolex’s sister image, Tudor, ALSO delivered a Pepsi bezel GMT . So it will be fascinating to perceive how individuals react to that piece of news.
Model: GMT-Master II
Reference Number: 126710BLRO
Case Material: Oystersteel
Dial Color: Black
Indexes: Applied white gold
Lume: Chromalight on all fours markers
Water Resistance: 100 metres
Strap/Bracelet: Stainless steel Jubilee with Oysterlock
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, date, GMT
Power Reserve: 70 hours
COSC Chronometer Certified
Estimating & Availability
Price: CHF 8,800
Availability: Coming Soon
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