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ROLEX GMT-Master II White Gold | BLRO | Meteorite | Oyster
|Reference:||126719BLRO-0002 (aka: Pepsi with Meteorite, The Gibeon Meteorite)|
|Name:||GMT-Master II White Gold / BLRO / Meteorite|
|Bezel:||Rotating, 24 Hour|
|Lug Width:||20.00 mm|
|Indexes:||Stick / Dot|
|Hands:||Rolex Professional (Maxi)|
With 10 patent applications filed over the course of its development, this self-winding mechanical movement is a consummate demonstration of Rolex technology, at the forefront of the art of watchmaking. Calibre 3285 offers fundamental gains in terms of precision, power reserve, resistance to shocks and magnetism, convenience and reliability. Calibre 3285 incorporates the Chronergy escapement patented by Rolex, which combines high energy efficiency with great dependability. Made of nickel-phosphorus, it is also insensitive to magnetic interference.
|Time:||Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Additional 24 Hour Hand (adjustable)|
Rolex was the first manufacturer to utilize slices of meteorite to develop completely unique dial. The Rolex GMT-Master II 126719BLRO-0002 was introduced at BaselWorld with a nickname of Pepsi with meteorite or The Gibeon Meteorite. It features a18k white gold, two-tone colour blue and red Cerachrom insert in ceramic with a meteorite dial. Each meteorite dial is made from a solid slice of the Gibeon meteorite, which is then attached to the surface of the dial and treated with an acid-wash finish to bring out its natural crystal line pattern as a design. Since the unique pattern seen on meteorite dials is completely naturally occurring. Therefore, the pattern will slightly different from one dial to the next. In other word, there is no two Rolex meteorite dials will ever appear exactly the same. Powered by new caliber 3285. This is the only GMT-Master II with a meteorite dial. Rolex meteorite dial watches are super rare and prices can range dramatically. Absolutely a collectible timepiece.
For those who have puzzled over the word of Meteorite, it is one of the rarest materials ever found on Earth. It is comes from an asteroid or possibly a planet that has exploded or propelling material across the Solar system until its bring into our plant's orbit and gravity pulls it to the Earth. In the process of its journey, the centre of the meteorite is gradually transformed, producing unusual unique metallic crystalized patterns as a resulting from the very slow cooling of molten asteroid cores. Asteroid is a large rocky body orbiting the sun while meteoroid a smaller rock or particle. Meteor is a meteoroid can be vaporized when it hits the atmosphere.
Why the name is "Gibeon" Meteorite? Scientists believe that the Gibeon meteorite fell to Earth in prehistoric times, landing in the Namibian desert near the town of Gibeon. The meteorite shattered upon entry and scattered more than 26,000 kg of interstellar metal along the east side of the Great Fish River in Great Namaqualand, Namibia. The Gibeon meteorite most likely originated as a piece of molten planetary core which was released when the planet broke apart billions of years ago. The meteorite then slowly through space, travelling for millions of years until it landed on Earth. As the molten meteorite traveled, it cooled in the vacuum of space.