Rolex Oyster Perpetual Explorer II 216570 (w)
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|Model number||216570 W|
|Part Number||216570 (w)|
|Dial Window Material Type||sapphire crystal|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel|
|Case Diameter||42 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||14 millimetres|
|Band Width||8 inches|
|Bezel Material||Stainless Steel|
|Bezel Function||24 hour bezel|
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they have to be worn & used.
Timekeeping is within the bounds of the COSC specification.....seconds per month
The case has taken knocks & scratches as anything worn as an everyday item..
These can be polished out with care & skill (I have developed this to a fine art)
Worth buying YES
my last Explorer II was 27 years old & sold to fund my current watch plus 1/2 another Rolex...it was flawless as regards accuracy
I didn't realise as a Bubble back Explorer II with a limited production 24 hour hand was worth approximately €22,000....easy come easy go
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You really have to own a Rolex to fully appreciate it. As far as watches go, they really are beautiful pieces of engineering, and this model is no exception. The 904L stainless steel used is lustrous to look at and to hold. The watch sits very comfortably on the wrist. The oyster case back keeps the lugs up off the skin, and adds to the comfortable feel. The band uses all solid links, and the clasp is extremely well engineered - easy to use and solid and secure. The dial in this version, the white, is very easy to read. The lume functions extremely well, and glows all night. The 24 hour hand is used as a reference hand, and the 12 hour hand is changed according to the time zone you are in. The date is also changed by adjusting the 12 hour hand. Like all Rolex in-house movements, you can adjust this watch forwards or backwards at any time of day without fear of damaging the mechanical movement. The screw down crown ensures the watch is waterproof to 100 metres. The movement is also COSC certified, giving it fantastic accuracy for a mechanical watch. Rolex also cuts their sapphire crystals at a 45 degree angle which gives incredible clarity and scratch resistance. One of my favourite things about this watch is that it is not flashy at all. Most people would not even realise it is a Rolex. If you only wear a Rolex for the bling factor, this watch is not for you. But if you are a lover of incredibly engineered watches, and want a hard wearing watch that will outlast you, have a good look at the Rolex Explorer II.
- Polished with brushed steel case & oysterlock bracelet
- Self-winding automatic chronometer movement
- Scratch resistant sapphire crystal
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