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How much does the Rolex GMT Master 2 cost?

How much does the Rolex GMT Master 2 cost?

Prices at a Glance: Rolex GMT-Master II

Reference number Price (approx.) Feature(s)
16710 16,500 USD Aluminum Coke, Pepsi, or black bezel
126710 BLNR 17,000 USD Blue and black ceramic bezel, Jubilee bracelet
126715CHNR 39,000 USD Everose gold, brown and black ceramic bezel
126711CHNR 19,000 USD Rolesor, brown and black ceramic bezel

When was GMT Master II discontinued?

In 2013, the famous and very popular GMT-Master II Batman was released (Ref. 116710BLNR). Ref. 116710 was so well-received that it remained in production steadily for over a decade (2007-2018), and it is now recently been discontinued.

Can you buy Rolex GMT-Master II?

Sell your Rolex GMT-Master I or II with CHRONEXT At CHRONEXT you can not only buy new, used and vintage Rolex GMT-Master models, but also sell them.

Is Rolex Batman being discontinued?

The original Rolex Batman, reference 116710BLNR, was discontinued in 2019 for the new Batman, reference 126710BLNR. While the watches have the same general style and theme, there are some notable differences. This means the new Batman, reference 126710BLNR, has a new generation movement.

What’s the price of a Rolex GMT MASTER II?

Although the current retail price for the stainless steel GMT-Master II is $9,700, retailers around the world have long waitings lists and used GMT-Master II watches often sell for quite a bit more than their original retail prices on the secondary market.

What does the Pepsi bezel on a Rolex GMT Master mean?

The very first GMT-Master came equipped with a blue and red “Pepsi” bezel, where the red portion represented the daylight hours while the blue contains the hours during which it would be dark. The striking blue and red combo is a classic Rolex look, and still remains an option on the modern GMT-Master II watches that Rolex produces today.

How much does a Rolex Chronometer caliber 3185 cost?

The Superlative Chronometer caliber 3185 ticks away inside the case. Prices for this model range from 12,000 to 17,000 USD depending on its condition. Those on the market for an original GMT-Master II should be on the lookout for the ref. 16760.

Why did Rolex make Cerachrom insert for GMT Master?

Rolex developed an exclusive technique to create the Cerachrom insert in red and blue – the GMT-Master’s original colours. The sharp, clear demarcation between the two colours is the result of great delicacy and precision during different stages of the colouring process.