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Explorer II - 16570
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Stainless steel Oyster case with protective shoulders. Stainless steel Twin Lock Screw Down  & winding crown. 
24-hour steel bezel & hand,
Independently adjustable 12-hour hand allow simultaneous use of a second time zone (GMT).
White dial (also comes with black dial) 

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- Oyster Perpetual  Certified Automatic Chronometer Movement, 
- Screw Down Crown, 
- Scratch Resistant Sapphire Crystal, 
- 100 Meters / 330 Feet Water Resistant
- 18K Oysterlock bracelet, # 78790A with folding safety clasp & flip lock.

History of Rolex Explorer.

Review of Explorer II by Jocke Olsson

Instructions Manual Booklet.

Watch dimensions:
Lugs inside opening: 20mm
H:  47.5 mm -  lug-to-lug        
W: 39.5 mm bezel only       
(42mm L side of the case to the R edge of the crown)      
Thickness: 13.1 mm incl. cyclops on sapphire crystal. 12.1mm w/o cyclops
Weight = 126g




Caliber: 3185 - derived from 3135 - this is the work-horse of most current men's perpetual Rolex watches. 
3135 can be found in Datejust, Submariner, Sea-Dweller, Yacht-Master, 
3185 in GMT II and Explorer II,
Beats per Hour: 28,800 
Beats per Second: 8
Introduced in: 1988

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Current U.S. MSRP: (10/2006)      $5,000





























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