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Rolex uses Oystersteel steel for its watch cases. Developed specifically by the brand, Oystersteel steel belongs to the family of 904L steels, alloys generally used in high technology, in the aerospace industry and in the chemical industry to guarantee maximum corrosion resistance. Extremely resistant, Oystersteel steel boasts a special shine when polished and retains all its beauty even in the most extreme conditions.


The dial is the face of a Rolex watch, the element that more than any other gives each timepiece a unique identity, while ensuring readability. Rolex dials, with 18 ct gold indexes. to prevent blackening, they are designed and produced internally, mostly by hand, to guarantee absolute perfection.


The design, development and production of the Rolex bracelets and clasps, as well as the rigorous tests to which they are subjected, are made possible by the use of avant-garde instruments, while their impeccable beauty is guaranteed by the careful aesthetic controls carried out personally by the watchmakers Rolex on every component of the watch. Flexible and comfortable, the five-link Jubilé metal bracelet was created specifically for the launch of the Oyster Perpetual Datejust model in 1945.


The new 3285 caliber is a new generation movement entirely developed and produced by Rolex, the subject of ten patents and equipped with the Chronergy escapement to guarantee a power reserve of around 70 hours. Like all Rolex Perpetual movements, the 3285 is a certified Swiss chronometer, a title reserved for superior precision watches that have successfully passed COSC tests ( Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres ). The 3285 caliber includes a Parachrom spiral that guarantees better resistance to shocks and temperature variations. The architecture, which unites it to all the movements in the Oyster collection, gives it an unparalleled reliability.


To complete the traditional hour, minute and second hands, the GMT ‑ Master II exhibits an additional hand that turns the dial in 24 hours, as well as a 24 hour graduated bidirectional rotating bezel. This 24-hour hand with an intense color indicates the reference time of a first time zone of origin, readable on the graduation of the bezel. When traveling, the local time is indicated on the dial by the traditional hour hand which can be easily adjusted, by jumping for an hour, thanks to a mechanism controlled by the winding crown. Local time adjustment takes place independently of the minute and second hands. This allows travelers to adjust the new time zone without having to compromise on the accuracy of their watch.

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