Rolex GMT Master II steel automatic Kal. 3085 Ref. 16760

steel automatic
Rolex GMT Master II steel automatic Kal. 3085 Ref. 16760

Rolex GMT Master II steel automatic Kal. 3085 Ref. 16760 On Sale

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Brand : Rolex
Model : GMT Master II
Type : men's watch
construction : ~ 1987 / 1988
Functions : date fast circuit, 24 hour dial, second time zone,
Mouvement : automatic
Movement/Caliber : 3085
Clockwork number : 1788703
Case number : R636167
Reference number : 16760
Case material : steel
Glass : sapphire glass
Clock face : black
Accessories : pictured booklets, pictured original Rolex box

Clock face : with traces of use
Glass : very good condition with minimal traces of use
Case : very good condition
Case back : very good condition with minimal traces of use
Bracelet : good condition
Movement/Caliber : fully operational / checked for performance, authenticity and functionality

Diameter : 40.00 mm
Height : 12.50 mm
Lug width : 20.00 mm

Bracelet material : steel
fits up to a wrist of : 185.00 mm
Clasp : original Rolex flip clasp
Description : Original Rolex steel bracelet. You can determine your wrist size by measuring the inner length of your watch strap with the buckle closed.

Was: $403.5.00  SALE Price:  $269.00

Original Box :

Customer Reviews
1s1s1s1s1sThe Netherlands Eindhoven
By Anton Palitsyn  December 12,2019,12:12 am
I bought this for my nephew and he LOVED it. He wears it with almost everything he wears

1s1s1s1s1sUnited States Campo, California
By beau moore  August 5,2019,8:52 am
I like a watch you don't know you are wearing.

1s1s1s1s1sPakistan Saraialamgir
By Ragnar Rannok  June 3,2020,3:03 am
I love the watch, it was what I expected, it's very light weight. It is my casual everyday watch. I love the belt too, though it will need replacing over time.


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