Tour Batman: Checking on Rolex GMT-Master II

Rolex GMT-Master II in steel is offered in two versions that differ only in the color of their bezels. The current version with a Jubilee bracelet and a new movement was introduced in 2019. Rolex designed the Jubilee bracelet in 1945 for the Datejust; but as early as 1959, the GMT- master was also available with an optional Jubilee. Both versions feature a new movements and the five-row



Jubileebrace that was once reserved for Datejust models only. The Batman is somewhat more reserved; the Pepsi more closely adheres to the original. The small links lie snugly and do not pull delicate wrist hair. The Oyster bracelet is also comfortable thanks to its curved links. The inner links are polished and the outer links have a brushed finish with brushed finish. It's more comfortable to wear the three-row Oysters on the gold and Rolesor (steel and gold) GMT-master II models than the gold-and-gold Oyster.



The watch shows the day and night hours in the second time zone in two different colors to distinguish between day and day hours.