|Condition: (What's This?)||Excellent|
|Serial/Year:||8,6XX,XXX - 1985 - 1986|
|Case:||Stainless steel (40mm) w/ black GMT bezel|
|Dial:||Black w/ luminous hands and Tritium hour markers w/ white gold surrounds and red GMT hand|
|Bracelet:||Stainless steel Oyster w/ Fliplock clasp|
|Box & Papers:||Rolex box, booklet, and papers|
|Warranty:||This pre-owned Rolex comes with Bob's Watches one year warranty|
|Return Policy:||If not 100% satisfied, return watch in 3 days for a full refund. Terms.|
This pre-owned Rolex watch is in overall excellent pre-owned condition with only light discoloration to the hour markers.
By Paul Altieri
The GMT Master was introduced in the 1950s during the early years of transatlantic flight. The Pan American Company had just begun to offer flights from New York to Paris and requested a dual-time watch from Rolex. That watch was the GMT Master, which includes a bidirectional 24-hour bezel and a dedicated hand on the dial that can be read against the bezel to sync with local time. The ref. 16750 was the first GMT Master to run on a calibre 3075 Perpetual movement and was the first to offer a Quickset function. This feature allows the wearer to adjust the date mechanism with a quick twist of the crown and is a very desirable function among preowned Rolex collectors in-the-know. You can add this Rolex GMT to your collection today for a very competitive price.
*All Pre-Owned Rolex watches are guaranteed to be 100% genuine and certified 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.
This was my first time working with Bob's and the process could not have been better from my perspective. The watch was a gift for my son who enjoys watches...this will be his 6th Rolex. I didn't participate in the conversations but he had several several questions which the staff fully answered. I entered when it was time to settle up. The customer service was great and the watch arrived very quickly. I'm not the the watch enthusiast in the family, but I see no reason why we wouldn't be looking for # 7 with Bob's as well.