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One of the most collectible Rolex sports watches, the Rolex GMT was designed in cooperation with Pam Am for use by their pilots. Since then the watch have gained tremendous popularity in the luxury watch market. The plethora of designs offered by the Rolex GMT and Rolex GMT Master II ensures that there is a reference worthy of both classic and modern styles.
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We carry used Rolex GMT watches in almost every model, including but not limited to the Rolex GMT, the Rolex GMT Master II in stainless, stainless and gold, or two-tone, and the 18k gold solid, and the new Rolex GMT Master ii Ceramic. The stainless models have either a Pepsi bezel or a Coke bezel. This watch was designed originally in 1954 for pilots of Pan Am Airways and continues to be popular to this day. The used Rolex GMT-Master II is similar to the Rolex Submariner in size and shape.
The Rolex GMT-Master 1675 was in production from 1959 until 1980 and during its long manufacturing run it saw many improvements and enhancements. When it was first launched, it was the first GMT-Master to sport the crown guards, which were pointed at the time – sometimes referred to as "El Cornino" – and eventually replaced by the rounder, more ergonomic crown guards. It was also the first to bear the “Superlative Chronometer Officially Certified” label on its dial and the first to be offered on both the Rolex Oyster and Jubilee bracelets. Early versions of the 1675 were powered by the Caliber 1565, and then the Caliber 1575. The extra-hour hand was made with a smaller triangle tip up until the late 1960s followed by a larger triangle tip in future models. Further modifications included the shift from a gloss dial to a matt dial with white printing, the hacking feature introduced in 1971, and an all black version was unveiled in the 1970s alongside the "Pepsi" two-toned bezels.
The Rolex 16710 GMT Master II is a vital part of the Rolex Professional Watch Collection that was first designed in the 50s with the help of Pan Am Airways for use by its top pilots and navigators to keep accurate time and global positioning.You won’t want to miss out on Rolex 16710 Pepsi or Rolex 16710 Coca Cola, which are wristwatches that come equipped with Inertial Navigation and Global Positioning Systems. Rolex was an innovator that made history within the world of travel by helping pilots and navigators know where they were while out of range during flight. In the early 1980s Rolex GMT Master II was also released. The watch appears nearly identical to the original Rolex 16710; plus new features were added that allow for the local time to be adjusted without stopping the seconds or disturbing the minutes and 24 hour GMT hand.
The owner of this model can set the watch for the time zone he is in, while still able to see the GMT time with a quick glance. Today's Rolex 16713 allows the wearer to see a third time zone as well for added versatility.When looking to buy a GMT Master II model watch by Rolex, it's important to note that it\'s not only functional, but impeccably stylish as well. The most popular two-tone stainless steel and gold oyster finish make it versatile and appropriate for any occasion, from a swim at the pool to a meeting in the boardroom. Other choices for the finishes include solid stainless steel, all gold, and even some that include gems for that added sparkle. The Rolex 16713 is sought after in the world of used Rolex watches, as it holds its value well over time. There are always buyers for this watch if the wearer ever decides to sell a Rolex 16713.The dial is most often black with luminous markers, and the rotating bezel that maintains the second time zone sets this off nicely. The Rolex 16713 comes standard with a twin-lock crown, automatic movement, 40mm case, and sapphire crystal, making it unique among other watches. Many celebrities consider this model to be their watch of choice, such as Lance Armstrong and Tom Selleck.
In 1988 Rolex released the GMT-Master II collection including the ref. 16718, a solid yellow gold model, which was a more luxurious variant of the ref. 16710 family. The GMT-Master II 16718 ran on the newly slimmer designed Caliber 3185 that made way for a thinner case design. There are several bezel options for the 16718 including black and bronze, as well as dial options from black to chocolate brown and "Serti" style dials with precious stones. The GMT-Master II 16718 was made available on an Oyster or Jubilee bracelet.
The Rolex GMT-Master 16750 was manufactured from 1981 until 1988 and although was quite similar to its predecessor the GMT-Master 1675, it still offered wearers some key enhancements. Powered by the Caliber 3075, the ref. 16750 introduced the quickset feature to its date function, meaning that the date could be set without having to turn the hour hand. The hacking feature was also standard across all versions of the 16750, whereby the seconds hand stops when the crown is pulled to the last position for more precise time setting. Finally, the waterproofness of the GMT-Master 16750 doubled to 330 feet.
Looking for a Rolex 116710? Buy the GMT Master II and experience the joy of owning this timeless classic. Features include a black face encased in stainless steel rotatable 24-hour ceramic bezel, and stainless steel oyster bracelet. This watch is perfect for divers and snorkelers looking to dive to maximum depths of 330 feet. The beauty of the Rolex GMT 116710 is that men and women can dress it up or down depending on the occasion. Rolex 116710 has been noted as a favorite for luxury lovers around the globe. Our GMT Master II price points are unbeatable! Browse our large inventory of Rolex 116710 and more. You may also want read a Rolex 116710 review to get a better idea as to what Rolex enthusiasts are saying about the model.
The two toned steel and yellow gold GMT-Master II 116713 was released in 2006 and it is part of the current collection of the Rolex GMT-Master II. The new features to the watch included the black “Cerachrom” bezel made from fade and scratch proof ceramic with gold engraved numerals and graduations, the Triplock screw-down crown rather than the Twinlock system, a new Oyster bracelet with polished center links and a new movement, the Caliber 3185. On its black dial there are also larger lume plots for greater visibility, as well as a green 24-hour hand, and the Oyster case has been redesigned for a larger fit. The GMT-Master II 116713 also has the 'ROLEX' engraving around the inner bezel, a.k.a. the rehaut, as an anti-counterfeit measure and the Easylink mechanism on the bracelet to allow for an extension of up to 5mm.
The Rolex GMT-Master II 116718 was the first version of the completely redesigned GMT-Master II line launched in 2005 on the occasion of the collection’s 50th anniversary. Because it was an anniversary edition, it includes the signature green dial within its 18k yellow gold Oyster case. The new GMT-Master 116718 boasts many brand new features including a Cerachrom ceramic bezel that is highly resistant to scratching and fading, a “maxi” dial with larger lume plots for better legibility, a Triplock screw-down crown instead of the previous Twinlock mechanism, and the new Caliber 3185 movement. Two major enhancements to the design of the ref. 116718 were done to the case and bracelet. Although the Oyster case maintains its 40mm size, it is now squarer and bulkier than before, and therefore it wears larger than its predecessors. The improved Oyster bracelet has polished center links in addition to the Easylink extension system that allows wearers to increase the length to up to 5mm for optimal comfort. The GMT-Master II 116718 is also available with a black dial.