GMT-Master II Rose Gold Black Dial
The Rolex GMT watch was first introduced in 1954 and was designed specifically for use by pilots and travelers who needed a reliable watch that could display two time zones simu...
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Cosmetic inspections are conducted for the first three grading categories: Case & Bracelet, Dial & Hands, and Movement.
Our Wristcheck Professional Services specialists examine our watches from all angles under a microscope. They have been trained to evaluate, repair and authenticate watches with over 20 years of combined experience.
Timing results are measured with a Witschi Chronoscope X-1 timing machine in 5 positions as per industry standards.
Known for models such as the Submariner, GMT Master, and the Cosmograph Daytona, Rolex has long been considered a collector’s essential. Although it’s the world's largest manufacturer of luxury Swiss chronometers today, it was born into humble beginnings as a timepiece distributor in London, established by the 24-year-old Hans Wilsdorf in 1905. He eventually trademarked the name Rolex in 1908 and relocated its headquarters to Geneva, where Rolex is still based today.
At a time when wristwatches were but a whimsical daydream, Wilsdorf anticipated them to be worn on the wrist someday and therefore set out on a mission to make the most accurate and dependable tool watches for professionals.
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