Rolex presents a new declination ofOyster Perpetual GMT-Master II, with bidirectional rotating bezel and disc Cerachrom 24-hour graduated two-tone in blue and black ceramic. Rolex's GMT ‑ Master, originally designed as a navigational aid for professionals traveling the world, has over time become a reference among travelers' watches. The emblematic bezel, monochromatic or two-tone, has been declined in different shades and color combinations and is the signature of a unique and immediately recognizable design.

The GMT ‑ Master II, with traditional hour, minute and second hand display, 24 hour hand with triangle tip and bidirectional rotating bezel with 24 hour graduated Cerachrom disc, allows you to read the time in two time zones simultaneously: local time and reference time, or local time and time in another time zone. The date at 3 o'clock is synchronized with the local time display.

The new caliber 3285 is a new generation movement entirely developed and produced by Rolex, the subject of ten patents and equipped with an escapement Chronorgy to guarantee a power reserve of approximately 70 hours. Like all movements Perpetual by Rolex, the 3285 is a certified Swiss chronometer, a title reserved for higher precision watches that have successfully passed the tests of the COSC (Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres). Caliber 3285 includes a Parachrom hairspring that guarantees better resistance to shocks and temperature variations. The architecture, which unites it with all the movements of the Oyster collection, gives it a reliability that is second to none.

The design, development and production of Rolex bracelets and clasps, as well as the rigorous tests they are subjected to, are made possible by the use of state-of-the-art equipment, while their impeccable beauty is guaranteed by the careful aesthetic checks carried out personally by the watchmakers. Rolex on every component of the watch. Flexible and comfortable, the Jubilee five-link metal bracelet was created specifically for the launch of the Oyster Perpetual Datejust model in 1945.

Complementing the traditional hour, minute and second hands, the GMT ‑ Master II features an additional hand that rotates the dial in 24 hours, as well as a 24-hour graduated bi-directional rotating bezel. This intensely colored 24-hour hand indicates the reference time of a first time zone of origin, which can be read on the graduation of the bezel. While traveling, the local time is indicated on the dial by the traditional hour hand which can be easily adjusted, in one hour steps, thanks to a mechanism controlled by the winding crown. Local time adjustment occurs independently of the minute and second hand. This allows travelers to adjust to the new time zone without sacrificing the accuracy of their watch. Price 8.600 EURO.