Rolex GMT Master II gold and stainless steel (ref. 116713LN)

The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date GMT Master is part of the Rolex Professional Watch Collection. Designed in collaboration with Pan American Airways for use by their pilots and navigators, it was launched in 1954.[1]



Rolex GMT-Master II Watches. The Rolex GMT-Master II, originally developed in collaboration with Pan-American Airways, is the distinctive face of a Rolex watch today. Some defining hallmarks of the GMT-Master II are its patented Oystersteel watch case and its calibre 3186 self-winding movement. The Rolex GMT-Master 2 combines elegance. New listing Rolex GMT-Master II Auto 40mm Steel Mens Oyster Bracelet Watch Date 116710LN. C $12,923.13 or Best Offer +C $99.41 shipping. The ability of the Rolex GMT-Master to hold its value applies to used or pre-owned GMT-Master watches as well. If you own a Rolex GMT-Master and were interested in determining the value of your used watch, you can request a free quote on the worth of your watch from Crown & Caliber. In 1982, Rolex introduced a new movement that allowed the hour hand to be set independently of the other hands. To clearly mark this evolution, and to avoid any confusion with the existing GMT-Master watches, the models fitted with the optimized movement were named the GMT-Master II.

The Rolex GMT-Master wristwatch was originally designed in collaboration with Pan American Airways and issued by the airline to their crews on long-haul flights. ('GMT' in the name stands for Greenwich Mean Time also known as Coordinated Universal Time).[2] The original GMT Master watch has a 24-hour display fourth hand complication directly linked to and displaying the same time zone as the standard 12-hour hand. This GMT hand enabled the crews to set the watch to GMT or another time zone, and, using the rotatable 24-hour scale bezel, set to the correct offset, a second time zone could be read. GMT or UTC is the time zone that is required for all aviation planning, weather forecasts, schedules and other paperwork.

  • Aug 11, 2017  Review of ROLEX GMT Master II ref. Posted on August 11, 2017 September 6, 2019 by jp2112. Rolex’s GMT is among the best-known of all aviation watches. The original model was introduced in 1954, and was famously issued to Pan-Am flight crews for travelleing through different time zones. The GMT II 16710 model began production in 1989.
  • The Yacht-Master II is equipped with a new dial, and new hands that are characteristic of Rolex Professional models, enhancing legibility and sharpening its aesthetic appeal. The dial now features a triangular hour marker at 12 o’clock and a rectangular hour.
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Picture of the model 16710, K-serial (model year 2003)

In the early 1980s the Rolex GMT-Master II was released (although production of the original version continued alongside it until the late 1990s). Although the watch looks almost identical it uses a movement that has the additional capability of an independently adjustable quickset hour hand that can be adjusted to local time without stopping the seconds or disturbing the minutes and 24 hour GMT hand. As the watch continues to feature the rotatable bezel it is able to quickly compute any third timezone reference.

Although the original Rolex GMT Master was available only in stainless steel, as it was conceived as a functional work watch, Rolex has been making luxury versions in both mixed steel and gold, and all-gold since the 1950s, and there are even exotic variations that incorporate elaborate designs that include precious stones.

50th anniversary edition[edit]

An updated Rolex GMT Master II was released in 2005. This new model features a number of technical changes, such as Rolex's patented Parachrom hairspring as well as a larger Triplock crown (from the diver's watches). The new model also has several cosmetic changes, such as larger case, hands and hour markers and also a new bezel made using an extremely hard ceramic material that is designed to be more scratch and fade resistant. Also included in the update is a new and more luxurious style of bracelet that has heavier solid links and a machined clasp. The stainless steel version now joins the precious metal versions by having highly polished centre links on its bracelet.[3]

Ceramic bezel models[edit]

In 2007, Rolex introduced the ceramic bezel insert to the GMT-Master II range, replacing the aluminum insert (colors created using an anodizing process) that had been used since 1959. While ceramic is much more scratch resistant than aluminum, Rolex initially could not continue to produce the two-color bezel used to distinguish between the day and night times of the second time zone, particularly the color red which could not be created satisfactorily in ceramic.

In 2013, Rolex created the first two-tone ceramic bezel, in blue and black, for the steel GMT-Master II nicknamed “Batman”. The blue and black bezel is made of Cerachrom, Rolex's patented version of ceramic; it is produced through a patented process of creating two colors out of a mono-block Cerachrom bezel.[4]

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In 2014, Rolex was able to create the red color on the ceramic bezel for the new incarnation of the red-and-blue 'Pepsi', although in order to recoup the higher cost of this bezel it was only initially available on the white gold GMT-Master II. All of these GMT-Master II watches use the Caliber 3186 movement.[5]

In 2018, Rolex would issue the red-and-blue 'Pepsi' on a new steel GMT-Master II, which also has a Jubilee bracelet in lieu of the Oyster bracelet, and it will continue to be sold alongside the older white gold 'Pepsi' watch. Two more GMT-Master II models were also introduced, one in red Everose gold and in steel, and another in Everose gold, both with a two-tone brown and black bezel giving them the nickname 'Root Beer'. These new GMT-Master IIs released in 2018 all use the new Caliber 3285 movement which adds Paraflex shock absorber and a 70-hour power reserve (instead of 48 hours) over the Caliber 3186.[6][7]

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In 2019, Rolex issued a new version of the Batman, and discontinued the older version. The caliber was upgraded to the Caliber 3285 movement. The bracelet was changed to a Jubilee, which has five-piece links and an Oysterclasp lock.[8]

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  1. ^Brozek, John (2002), The Rolex Report. St. Petersburg, FLA: InfoQuest Publishing
  2. ^'GMT Master History'. Rolex. Retrieved 2009-09-20.
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