One of the most popular Rolex Oyster Professional sports watches in the past few years is model 116710BLNR GMT-Master II “Batman”, which is known for its unique blue and black “Cerachrom” ceramic bezel. This is Rolex’s first stainless steel model with a two-color ceramic bezel. This model
replica rolex watcheswill add blue and red “Pepsi” Cerachrom bezels in 2019. Rolex has updated the GMT-Master II series with various new features. These include new movements. Rolex model 126710BLRO (red and blue border) GMT-Master II attracted a lot of attention last year (aBlogtoWatch hands-on operation), but at the same time, this 126710BLNR (blue and black border) also joined in, Rolex An upgraded version of Batman.
The new 126710 Rolex GMT-Master II is upgraded in some respects from the previous generation 116710. A feature that is not an upgrade in nature, but just a difference in appearance is the choice of matching steel bracelets. For many, this will be the biggest difference between Rolex Batman and
swisss uk rolex watches Batwoman (a nickname I don’t think is appropriate). The previous generation BLNR (the code used by Rolex to indicate the bezel style) was paired with a three-link Rolex Oyster bracelet (with polished center link), while the new generation BLNR was paired with an all-steel jubilee bracelet.
Watch enthusiasts sometimes scramble to choose which bracelet is better or more popular, and I think they are all good in their own way. Some people claim that the Jubilee bracelet feels a little “too old”, but that’s just because it has recently been associated with more Rolex timepieces because they haven’t recently used the bracelet for their sports watches. The Jubilee-style bracelet is incredibly comfortable and has the same unfolding buckle (with “comfort extension”) as the three-ring bracelet. To me, these two bracelets are just two different flavors, and they are just as good as GMT-Master II watches.
Having several identical watches is often important to Rolex-that’s why in 2019, Rolex first introduced the GMT-Master II 126710BLNO and 126710BLNR. Each is the same watch, the only difference is the color of the two-color Cerachrom ceramic bezel and the color of the GMT hands. The bezel itself rotates in both directions, and the 24-hour mark on the bezel is used with the 24-hour GMT hands on the dial to know the time in other time zones. Therefore, GMT-Master II has always been very suitable as a traveler watch.
Rolex is pleased to mention the upgrade of its latest generation of watches. You might think they shouted when discussing new features, but the truth is that Rolex is careful not to make their older generation watches less popular. According to … well, Rolex. For example, many people will not necessarily notice that the new GMT-Master 126710 has a different casing than the previous one. Both cases have the same 40mm width on Rolex’s Oystersteel (904L grade steel), but the angle of 126710 is slightly different from it and the processing method is also different. I’m not saying that the 116710 GMT-Master II owner is enough to “upgrade”, but for those who want to know what makes Rolex different, this is not just the latest generation of GMT bracelets and movements. -Master II.
Recall that the case is waterproof to 100 meters, and of course there is a sapphire crystal and a Cyclops magnifying glass window above the date window. Now let’s discuss the actions. We already discussed the movement when we launched the GMT-Master II 126710 in 2019, but I will give you the basic details again. The latest generation of GMT-Master’s internal movement is a self-made 3285 self-winding movement, which is a GMT version of the Rolex 32XX movement. The automatic movement operates at 4Hz and now offers a 70-hour power reserve. It also includes Rolex’s “Advanced Chronograph” rating, which includes both third-party COSC chronograph ratings and more stringent internal performance testing by Rolex. I especially appreciate the rating of Rolex’s most advanced astronomical clocks because it (unlike most other watch manufacturers) has specific performance guarantees, one of which is that the accuracy is within +/- 2 seconds per day.
The performance of all Rolex movements is very good. Therefore, in addition to the increased power reserve level, I feel that from the previous generation GMT-Master II to the latest 126710, most Rolex wearers will not notice the difference in the operation of the movement. extended family. When traveling, the movement allows the wearer to adjust the hour hand independently, which helps to easily adjust the local time when entering different time zones.