March 31, 2022    |    

The Rolex GMT-Master II goes green and black, and left-handed

The watch that is sure to get attention is the new green GMT from Rolex. For one thing, it is left-handed. Rather, the crown and crown guard are on the left side of the case. And the date window with the Cyclops lens are also on the left, at 9 o’clock rather than the traditional 3 o’clock.  For most people, it wasn’t like the crown was ever a problem but this will surely increase collectibility. Plus it is green, or rather the Cerachrom bezel insert is green and black and the GMT hand stalk is green.

Rolex GMT-Master II
Rolex GMT-Master II
Rolex GMT-Master II

It is, as expected, still holds a Superlative Chronometer certification. The watch is very within the Rolex world, yet brings enough uniqueness that it will appeal even to those that already have GMTs on their wrists.


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