GMT-Master II 126719BLRO Rolex Pepsi Meteorite Dial 2021

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Description

GMT-Master II 126719BLRO Rolex Pepsi Meteorite Dial 2021

The Rolex GMT-Master II 126719BLRO epitomizes luxury with its 40mm case crafted from 18k white gold and paired with an elegant Oyster bracelet. Its complications include dual time zones and a 24-hour display, offering practicality for frequent travelers. With hour hands that can be adjusted independently from the minute and seconds hands, transitioning between time zones is seamless, ensuring the watch’s precision remains intact. Affectionately known as the ‘Pepsi’ for its striking red and blue bezel, this timepiece captures attention effortlessly. The meteorite dial, sourced directly from an asteroid, adds a unique and profound dimension to the concept of a travel watch, infusing it with a captivating narrative of cosmic origins.

 

DETAIL

Year
2021
Model Name
GMT-Master II
Reference No
126719BLRO
Case No
Calibre
Automatic Cal.3186
Material
18K white gold
Bracelet/Strap
18K white gold
Clasp/Buckle
18K white gold
Box
Yes
Papers
Yes
Size
Max length 170mm, Case diameter 40mm
Accessories
Accompanied by Rolex Garantie international dated
Rolex GMT-Master II 126719BLRO Pepsi Meteorite Dial 2021

Rolex GMT-Master II 126719BLRO Pepsi Meteorite Dial 2021

Rolex Watches

Discover the enduring legacy of Rolex, synonymous with precision and durability since its founding in 1905 by Hans Wilsdorf and Alfred Davis. Initially operating as Wilsdorf and Davis, the duo distributed timepieces, some stamped ‘W&D,’ to jewelers. In 1908, Wilsdorf established the Rolex brand for its universal pronunciation and aesthetic fit on watch movements and dials.

Rolex’s Rise to Prominence GMT-Master II 126719BLRO Rolex Pepsi Meteorite Dial 2021

From its inaugural office in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, Rolex swiftly ascended to prominence, driven by a clear vision: to create watches capable of withstanding any adventure or environment. In 1910, Rolex’s commitment to this vision was affirmed when one of their wristwatches became the first to receive a certificate of chronometric performance, solidifying their legacy as makers of excellent timekeepers.

Innovations and Technical Achievements

Rolex’s history is a testament to a series of innovations shaping the world of watchmaking. Committed to elegance and robustness, Rolex set a new precision standard in 1910 with a chronometric performance certificate. A landmark innovation came in 1926 with the Oyster case, the world’s first waterproof watch case, establishing Rolex as a pioneer in watchmaking technology. The Oyster’s durability was demonstrated in 1927 when swimmer Mercedes Gleitze wore it while swimming across the English Channel.

Rolex’s Role in Historic Events

Rolex watches have been integral to numerous historic events and adventures, proving their reliability in extreme conditions, from flights breaking speed records to conquering Mount Everest.

Iconic Rolex Models: Symbols of Precision, Luxury, and Adventure

Explore Rolex’s catalog featuring iconic models that symbolize precision, luxury, and adventure:

  • Rolex Datejust (1945): The first self-winding, waterproof chronometer wristwatch with a date window at 3 o’clock, celebrated for its timeless design and functional elegance.
  • Rolex Submariner (1953): The groundbreaking divers’ watch, completely waterproof down to 330 feet, setting the standard for robustness and style, a favorite among men.
  • Rolex Explorer: Renowned for reliability in extreme conditions, a favorite among explorers and mountaineers, tested in the harshest environments.
  • Rolex GMT-Master II: Designed for aviation professionals, displaying two time zones simultaneously, embodying the spirit of travel and exploration.
  • Rolex Day-Date and Milgauss: The Day-Date with a modern calendar and instantaneous day display, and the Milgauss, able to withstand magnetic fields up to 1,000 gauss, blending unique aesthetics with scientific heritage.
  • Rolex Cosmograph Daytona: Designed for racing drivers, and the Sea-Dweller (1967), waterproof to 4,000 feet, highlighting Rolex’s ongoing innovation in specialized timekeeping.

Each iconic line reflects Rolex’s unwavering commitment to excellence, functionality, and style, transcending mere timepieces to become icons in the world of luxury watches.

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Weight 10 kg

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