How much is a Rolex GMT-Master?

How much is a Rolex GMT-Master?

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

Does Rolex still make the GMT?

Currently, all of the stainless steel GMT-Master II models are produced with either a Batman or Pepsi insert. Its novelty as a recently discontinued Rolex reference along with its relatively affordable price point compared to its Batman and Pepsi siblings is what makes the black bezel ref.

What is the GMT-Master for?

Originally designed in collaboration with Pan Am Airways, the Rolex GMT-Master was initially created for Pan AM, and issued by them to their crews on long-haul flights. The key feature of the watch was that it allowed the wearer to simultaneously reference two different time zones.

When was the GMT-Master discontinued?

The 1675 also saw the introduction of the all black bezel GMT-Master, which came in 1972. From there, in 1981, Rolex put out the GMT-Master 16750 and GMT-Master 16758. These references had a relatively short production run, discontinuing in 1988.

Do Rolex watches lose value?

Rolex is a classic luxury watch brand that doesn’t depreciate over time. Indeed, some vintage models hold their value even with previous ownership. Whether you’re a collector looking to invest in a pre-owned Rolex watch or curious how much your vintage timepiece might be worth, it can be handy to understand the value.

Is GMT-Master II hard to get?

The Rolex GMT-Master II in white gold reference 126719BLRO with a meteorite dial, in particular, has become one of the most difficult to acquire. And the blue dial version is not far after in terms of difficulties with the availability.

Who wears GMT-Master?

Test pilot, Chuck Yeager has been seen wearing a GMT-Master for many years and Tom Selleck wore one for many seasons playing that ’80s TV icon, Thomas Magnum. Nowadays, the GMT-Master mostly enjoys a well-deserved retirement on the wrists of collectors.

Why is Rolex GMT so popular?

And the increased number of flights also increased the demand for watches with a second time zone. In addition to having the aura of a pilots’ watch, the high level of recognition of the colored bezel contributed to the GMT-Master’s popularity. Rolex modified the Pepsi very cautiously until 2007.

Which Rolex will be discontinued 2022?

Discontinued Rolexes in 2022: Oyster Perpetual 124300 (41mm, turquoise, coral red or yellow dial), 126000 (36mm, coral red or yellow dial), 277200 (31mm, coral red or yellow dial) Deepsea 126660 (replaced by 136660) Air King 116900 (replaced by 126900) Day-Date 40 platinum 228206 (replaced by 228236)

How much does a GMT watch cost?

Prices at a Glance: Rolex GMT-Master

Reference number Price (approx.) Bezel/Caliber
16750 17,000 USD Pepsi bezel, caliber 3075
16700 17,000 USD Pepsi bezel, caliber 3175
16753 13,000 USD Root beer bezel, caliber 3075
16710 12,000 USD Pepsi bezel, caliber 3185

Which Rolex model is most popular?

  1. Submariner. Topping the list of the top 10 most popular watches is the iconic Rolex Submariner.
  2. Datejust.
  3. Daytona.
  4. GMT-Master.
  5. Yacht-Master.
  6. Explorer.
  7. Sky-Dweller.
  8. Yacht-Master II.