|Model: ||GMT-Master 1675|
|Serial/Year:||1,6XX,XXX - 1966/1967|
|Condition: (What's This?)||IV - Vintage|
|Features:||Automatic 1570 movement w/date, acrylic crystal, waterproof screw down crown, water resistant to 100m/330ft|
|Case:||Stainless steel w/ replacement red and blue "Pepsi" rotating bi-directional timing bezel (40mm), pierced lugs|
|Dial:||Service matte black dial w/ luminous hour markers and matching service handset|
|Bracelet:||Stainless steel 9315 Oyster w/ 10 fold over links and Oysterlock clasp. 380 end-links|
|Box & Papers:||Bob's presentation box and Certificate of Authenticity|
|Comments:||This Rolex GMT-Master comes w/ Bob's 3-day satisfaction guarantee and one year warranty|
The GMT-Master model 1675, has the record for being one of the longest production models in Rolex history. It ran from 1959 to 1980 before being eclipsed by the newer 16750. The 1675 has several looks with none being more iconic than the blue and red bezel version, colloquially known as "The Pepsi." This particular timepiece features this classic look and will be a fantastic addition to your collection. While the GMT was originally designed for pilots, it wasn't long until it was universally popular. This watch features a luminous matte black service dial with matching service hands. The replacement bezel give this vintage watch a very clean and modern look!
*All Pre-Owned Rolex watches are guaranteed to be 100% genuine and certifed authentic. All watches are shipped to fit the average size wrist (7 1/4" - 7 1/2" for men and 6 1/4" - 6 1/2" for women). Additional links can be purchased if needed.
The whole transaction process with Bob's is always top notch. The vintage watch was functioning as expected, the case is relatively strong with minimal polishing, and the dial is a beautiful service dial as expected.
I really like this beautiful 1675 with fuchsia bezel.
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I have worn this watch everyday for 47 years, had it cleaned every 8 or so years, had the bezel replaced with the new one back in the 80s. Paid $400 in Switzerland in 1970. This is the greatest lifetime deal ever!!