Rolex has always been known for pushing boundaries and innovating existing things. At the same time, Rolex is known as a brand that doesn’t make huge changes to its lineup of watches, but more so slowly and subtly changing, innovating, and improving their watches in order to create a superior product. They build on their heritage and history and build upon this in order to constantly improve.
Also this GMT-Master II ‘Coke’ with original box and papers from the year 1993. This is also called the pre-ceramic GMT. The great thing about this new generation GMT-Masters is that the local time display can easily be changed by one-hour jumps without having to fully pull out the crown and stop the movement from running when the watch is in full time set mode or affecting the home time which is displayed on the 24-hour hand. Rolex GMT 16710 was discontinued in about 2007. While the 16710 was released quite a long time ago, and the earlier models have become classified as ”vintage watches”, the GMT 16710 can still be viewed as a ”modern” watch in many ways.
Never change a winning game, that is what Rolex defines. Do you want to have a modern vintage watch with a story, then this is a possible contender. Come in and we will have the coffee ready.