Released in 1953 to celebrate Mt. Everest's first-ever successful summit by Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary, the Rolex Explorer has become one of the Genevan giant's most iconic models. Lacking frills that might distract its wearer from the task at hand, the Explorer is a robust sports watch that encapsulates everything Rolex stands for. Featuring an entirely 904L stainless steel construction and Rolex's workhorse cal. 3132 movement, the ref. 214270 is an exceptional timepiece that, since its discontinuation in April 2020, will likely exist as the last of the 39mm Explorers and thus marks an end to the collection's time as a full-size model.
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