My last post was about shrinking my collection. And then this happened. I was visiting an AD which I hadn’t visited in a long time and asked them if they would have anything nice with steel gold for my wife. They had an Explorer I in steel gold available.
AD called last week, but I was curious if a right handed version would be released today. I’m relieved it wasn’t, since wasn’t sure what I’d prefer. So, I went for it. For me, there is something attractive about the novelty of a left handed GMT Master II
You take the classic Rolex formula, put it inside a discreet 36mm case with a brushed bracelet and... ...give it a crazy dial. It's exuberant, playful and doesn't take itself too seriously. It's just cool.
With an opaline dial. I was waiting for a BB GMT with a 39 mm case, they came with a 41 mm white dial... I must say that I find it so cool that I would like to have both the opaline and the black dial, finally! Best, Nicolas
The basics open six’s, Red Submariner tex directly applied onto tye black. Not much but it is all in the details. This one 3xx mil serial puts it in 1971. But as with many Rolex watches the date sold can be a number of years later as the date stamp on the