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Mens Rolex GMT II Gold and Stainless Watch

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Item Classifieds' started by johnharris11, Dec 5, 2009.

  1. johnharris11

    johnharris11 Central Point Member

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    Extremely nice watch. Men's gold and stainless steel Rolex GMT II Watch. It features a bezel made of an extremely hard ceramic material that prevents discoloration and other handling damages. The numbers on the bezel are filled with a fine layer of gold using a process known as physical vapor deposition. The larger hands were an added attraction as well. In regards to technical aspects, this model improved over previous models by featuring a larger triplock crown as opposed to the twinlock crown of the old GMTs. This new feature offers more protection and greater endurance. The other technical superiority is the new hairspring, patented as the Parachrom Hairspring that makes the watch less sensitive to temperature variations and magnetic fields, thus improving the performance of the watch.

    The GMT-Master II allows more flexibility in displaying any two time zones simultaneously. In this model, you can set the regular hour hand to a different time zone without adjusting the 24-hour hand and the bezel in any way without affecting the accuracy of the watch. As you unscrew the winding crown to the first notch (position 3), the watch never stops showing the time. Therefore, you can go ahead and slowly turn the crown clockwise or counterclockwise. This versatility enables the hour hand to jump one hour at a time without affecting the minute or the second hand. This “one-hour jump” feature gives the GMT-Master II an edge over the GMT-Master.

    Retail new is $10,350 willing to sell for $6750. In great shape, Has some normal wear for being worn. It was not an everyday wear watch. I bought this watch in Jan 2007. Watch was made in 2006, and serial number starts with a Z. Who ever buys this will not be disappointed. I can email more pics if you are interested.
    Email me at: johnharris11@me.com
     
  2. glockguy

    glockguy Albany Oregon Well-Known Member

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    DAMNNN someones got some money lol
     
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    Gunner3456 Salem Well-Known Member

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  4. johnharris11

    johnharris11 Central Point Member

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    That is a nice watch you have there. I have another everyday wear stainless, pepsi bezel, GMT Master II, that I'm keeping. You get what you pay for with these. I abuse the heck out of my everyday wearer. I bought them during better economic times. I'm selling this one so I can take more firearm and self defense classes. The way things are going in this world I think the watch won't help me out as much as more training will. Plus I'm trying to get away from materialistic things that aren't important.
     
  5. Gunner3456

    Gunner3456 Salem Well-Known Member

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    Not important, LOL. Yeah I agree with you. I bought that watch years ago in a different time.

    However, everything that looks like gold on that watch is real gold, not plated, including the face, the bezel ring, the winding stem, the band latch tab and the links in the band - 18k solid gold.

    If the SHTF, I could start picking links off it and trading them for loaves of bread. :D :D :D