Top 3 Rolexes For The Classy Globetrotter
Going somewhere at the end of the year? Or maybe the question should be ‘how many places are you going to at the end of the year?” For you globetrotters out there who especially like to make the most out of the holiday season, make sure that as you hop from sea to sea and city to city that you not only soak those precious travel moments but also leave a little gleam of yourself behind for the people and places you encounter.To make the best impression of style and class as you “go inter” over the holidays, here are the top picks of Rolexes for globetrotters.
Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master II In Everose Gold
Introduced in 1955, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master watch has always been the companion for travelling across time zones with its ability to show various local times on its dial. This year, Rolex has introduced three new versions of the Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master II, including the variation of Rolex’s proprietary Everose Gold, which we would definitely go for if you asked us to choose.
Rolex Oyster Perpetual Explorer II In Oystersteel
The Explorer model embodies the Rolex’s exploration spirit, the brand having a history of testing its watches in rugged conditions in real life. The Oyster Perpetual Explorer II in Oystersteel showcases this heritage in the context of today with modern design and is swiftly becoming the watch of choice for those in the field of exploration, such as speleologists and volcanologists.
Rolex Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller In Yellow Rolesor
An intelligent timepiece, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller provides the information global travellers need to keep track of time at a glance. The Sky-Dweller’s red triangle always points to the time at home, while its conventional hands can be set to a second time zone. Among many more simple yet highly useful functions on this watch, a calendar indicated by 12 apertures circling the dial distinguishes between 30- and 31-day months with unparalleled reliability, helping you make sure you don’t overstay your trip—if you don’t want to, that is.
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