Rolex GMT-Master II Watches

Designed to show the time in two different time zones simultaneously, the GMT-Master, launched in 1955, was originally developed as a navigation instrument for professionals criss-crossing the globe. Heir to the original model, the Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master II was unveiled in 1982, with a new movement ensuring ease of use. Its combination of peerless functionality, robustness and instantly recognizable aesthetics has attracted a wider audience of world travellers.


Rolex GMT-Master II FAQ

1. How much is a new Rolex GMT-Master II?

The price of a new Rolex GMT-Master II can vary depending on the model, materials, and current market conditions, but it typically ranges from $8,000 to $50,000.

2. How to adjust Rolex GMT-Master II?

To adjust the time on a Rolex GMT-Master II, follow these steps:
  • Pull out the crown to the first position.
  • Turn the crown to set the hour hand to the correct local time.
  • Pull the crown to the second position.
  • Turn the crown to set the minute hand to the correct time.
  • Push the crown back to the normal position.
To set the GMT (24-hour) hand, pull out the crown to the first position and turn it until the GMT hand is pointing to the correct hour on the 24-hour scale. The local time hour hand will move along with it. Push the crown back to the normal position.

3. How to set time on Rolex GMT-Master II?

To set the time on a Rolex GMT-Master II, follow these steps:
  • Pull out the crown to the first position.
  • Turn the crown to set the hour hand to the correct local time.
  • Pull the crown to the second position.
  • Turn the crown to set the minute hand to the correct time.
  • Push the crown back to the normal position.
To set the GMT (24-hour) hand, pull out the crown to the first position and turn it until the GMT hand is pointing to the correct hour on the 24-hour scale. The local time hour hand will move along with it. Push the crown back to the normal position.

4. How to change date on Rolex GMT-Master II?

To change the date on a Rolex GMT-Master II, follow these steps:
  • Pull the crown out to the second position.
  • Turn the crown until the date changes to the desired date.
  • Push the crown back to the normal position.
Note: Do not change the date between 9 PM and 3 AM, as this is when the date mechanism is switching and can cause damage.

5. How to spot a fake Rolex GMT-Master II?

To spot a fake Rolex GMT-Master II, look for the following signs:
  • Poor quality materials: Genuine Rolex watches use high-quality materials such as stainless steel, gold, and high-quality gemstones. If the materials look cheap or are of poor quality, it may be a fake.
  • Incorrect font or logo: The font and logo used on a genuine Rolex watch are specific and unique. If they appear to be different or of poor quality, it may be a fake.
  • Inconsistent weight: Genuine Rolex watches are made with high-quality materials and are well-balanced. If the weight of the watch feels off or cheap, it may be a fake.
  • Misaligned or incorrect date window: The date window on a genuine Rolex watch is carefully aligned and centered. If the date window is misaligned or incorrect, it may be a fake.
  • Misaligned or incorrect markings: The markings on a genuine Rolex watch, such as the serial number and model number, are carefully placed and spaced. If the markings are misaligned or incorrect, it may be a fake.
  • Incorrect movement: Genuine Rolex watches use high-quality movements that are precise and reliable. If the movement of the watch feels cheap or unreliable, it may be a fake.
It is important to purchase a Rolex GMT-Master II from a reputable dealer such as Mio Watches and Jewelry to ensure authenticity.

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