The Rolex GMT Master is one of the most iconic pilot’s watches on the market today. The first reference debuted in the mid-1950s, just as the Pan American Company was starting to offer flights from New York to Europe. This is of particular importance because the GMT Master was the first Rolex watch with dual-time capabilities. A few decades later, Rolex released its successor, the GMT Master II, complete with an independent GMT hand and the ability to read three time zones at once. The watch, despite its roots as a tool watch, has since become a prized collector’s item among enthusiasts of all professions, with the ref. 16710 is among the most popular. The example that you see here today pairs a steel finish with a black dial and bezel. This feature set is versatile and will appeal to anyone who seeks a timeless, all-occasion luxury watch.
|Model Name/Number:||GMT-Master II – 16710|
|Serial/Year:||A – 1999|
|Case:||Stainless steel (40mm)|
|Dial:||Black w/ luminous hands and hour markers|
|Bracelet:||Stainless steel Oyster w/ Oysterlock clasp|