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Rolex GMT-Master II


Just take a look at this watch and you won’t have to wonder why they’re top notch in watches. Mmmm, Rolodex Rolex. It’s going to take a lot of panhandling to afford this.

New Rolex GMT-Master II [Professional Watches]

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  1. This is an entirely new design of the GMT Master II. Triplock crown, wider hands (more lume), and bigger markers. I will ask Santa for a SS version, once they are available.


  2. The gold & steel (with green gmt hand) with black dial is the most youthful of the whole gmt II lot. Rolex has way too many aging models and it’s about time half of them are retired off for good.

    Rolex needs to take a deep look at what BUlgari is doing with its Diagono Aria GMt 2008 range to see how classic origins can be modernised, ultra-masculine and youthful.

    Collections like the Milgauss nd Turn O Graph are anachronistic, aweful, unimaginative designs that belong to the museum. They have no place in the 21st Century.

    Come on Rolex. Fire your design head and hire someone with the gumption to evolve.

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