Rolex GMT-Master II Pepsi

Mar 26, 2018

Category: Style

Rolex has a whole lot of famous watches to their name. The Daytona is one of the most sought after models out there, their submariner is still regarded by many as the real Bond watch, and the Pepsi-dial GMT has been a crowd favorite for years. At this year’s Basel World, the Swiss watch maker chose to roll out a newer version of the latter of those three, and they’re dubbing it the Rolex GMT-Master II.

Now, for the first time, horologists can get their hands on a Rolex GMT in Oystersteel with a Jubilee bracelet. And while those new additions along with the two-color Cerachrom insert on the bi-directional bezel are reason enough to get excited – the most notable thing about this watch is hidden from view. That is all to say that this GMT features a new 3285 movement that boasts 10 patents, better magnetic resistance, improved accuracy, and a 70-hour power reserve. If steel isn’t quite your bag, look for this watch in Everose gold and Everose Rolesor.

Purchase: $9,250

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