The Rolex GMT-Master II

Instead of an Oyster buckle with a Jubilee strap like on the Datejust watches, Rolex uses a folding clasp with an Oyster locking clasp here like on its sports watches. It has an extra safety bar, but looks very similar – both have Easylink extensions that extend the strap by 5 mm. This practical mechanism is helpful when the temperature is high or when physical activity may result in an increase in the size of the wrist. Half of the links can be folded out of the clasp to make the bracelet longer, without any noticeable difference in appearance.
The high-quality clasp on the Jubilee bracelet is near perfect in both workmanship and operation. The folding safety lever blends in with it when closed. Opening the safety lever by lifting the fake Rolex crown reveals a lever that is also easily lifted to fully open the clasp. 
Rolex GMT-Master II “Batman” – buckle
The elegant Jubilee bracelet has a practical Oysterlock folding clasp and safety lever. The Easylink extension gives it some breathing room.
Winding the crown is also simple, and the watch can be wound after unscrewing it from the locked position. In the first pull position, the normal hour hand can be advanced forward or backward in hours to set a new interval time. The date will also follow in either direction. In the second pull position, the minute hand can be adjusted (as well as the 24-hour and normal hour hands). Thus, the 24-hour hand is the best used for home time and/or GMT for pilots, while the normal hour hand shows the local time. the GMT-Master II is known for this useful travel replica watch feature. Many other watch manufacturers only offer the ability to quickly adjust the 24-hour hand, which is inconvenient when traveling.
In addition, with the GMT-Master II, the bezel can be used to temporarily set another time zone. For example, if you are in the United States and working with a company in Europe, simply turn the bezel so that the GMT-Master II displays the time in the desired time zone and you will know at a glance if your business contact is available. All in all, the GMT-Master II offers extremely useful time zone functions.
Rolex Research
Beginning in 1954, the GMT-Master II’s bezel was made of Plexiglas, with the color and white indexes printed on the back. From 1959 to 2007, the Rolex replica made its bezels from aluminum and painted them with color by anodizing. Since then, color has followed on tracks made of zirconium ceramic. A single-color bezel was standard, as a two-color track seemed technically impossible. But Rolex persisted in its research and found a solution for the first Batman in 2013. It developed and patented a process for monochromatic bezels in which metallic salts are added to one-half of the bezel before it is heat-treated in a kiln. The final color is created by sintering the watch in a kiln at 1,600 degrees Celsius for over 24 hours.

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