The Introduction of Rolex Explorer II Series

In 1971, Rolex launched Oyster Perpetual Explorer II watch Ref.1655, watch technology to bring a major breakthrough. The Explorer II’s eye-catching face plate configuration and 24-hour hands are the perfect companion for explorers and adventurers; it has repeatedly become an important asset for the adventurous explorers and has been used by volcanologists Harun Taziev (Haroun Tazieff) by wearing, as they created a new adventure vision. While the internal carrying Cal.1575 automatic movement, was also certified by the largest movement of the Observatory series, precision and durability of the features is beyond doubt.
2011 came in the 40th anniversary of the birth of the watch, Rolex launched the latest generation of Oyster Perpetual Explorer II watch Ref.216570. One of its biggest changes, is to expand the case to 42mm, is following the DeepSea Ref.116600, the second paragraph to increase the size of the movement watch case. Equipped with internal Rolex Cal.3187 latest automatic movement, this one movement is equipped with a number of patented technologies: such as the Paraflex shock absorber and anti-magnetic blue arachrom hairspring to ensure that the watch has the seismic and reliable degree. 24-hour hand on the face plate return to the 1971 classic models of the orange 24-hour pointer and arrow design, while the hour and minute hands wider than ever, easier to read the time; can be independently adjusted short-time, can easily set the second Time zone function, it is far better than the first generation of Explorer II. In addition, the new Explorer II has a black face plate style, creating a mysterious “phantom” effect, while the luminous pointer in the face plate vivid, more three-dimensional shape, is also a classic model to pay tribute.