Rolex GMT Master II 16710 ‘swiss only’
|MODEL||GMT Master II ‘swiss only’|
|CASE DIMENSION:||40 mm|
|CASE MATERIAL:||Stainless steel|
|DIAL||Black ‘swiss only’|
|BEZEL||'Coke' black and red
|BRACELET||Stainless steel Oyster|
|OTHER||Very full set with original papers, brochure and Rolex service papers pouch|
This stainless steel Rolex GMT Master II 16710 coke with the red and black bezel and black dial with ’Swiss’ only at 6 o'clock. The watch dates back to 1999 and houses the Rolex caliber 3185 movement. The watch is in excellent condition with a sharp case, the oyster bracelet with hardly any stretch and the flip-lock clasp. It comes as a full set, with papers, booklets and box.
This 16710 Rolex GMT Master II has been fully serviced and will be delivered with our 12 month warranty.
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Rolex GMT-Master II 16710
In 1989 Rolex introduced the GMT-Master II. With the GMT-Master II it is possible to read the time is 3 time zones, this in combination with the rotatable bezel and GMT hourhand.
Since the Master-II was in production for over 18 years, they have all the same reference number but a few differences between them.
As for the movement, most of them have the caliber 3185, only the later ones have the 3186. Bracelet wise, they are offered with the oyster and jubilee bracelet, with open or solid endlinks.
From the start until 1997 Tritium material as the luminescent. Then from 1997 until 1999 they used Luminova, you can easily recognise this by the 'swiss' only dial. After that you will find the 'swiss made' dials, which tells us Superluminova is used.