|Collection||GMT Master II|
|Case||Ion-plated stainless steel case|
|Back||Ion-plated stainless steel push-in back with Pro-Hunter inscription|
|Bezel||Ion-plated cutwork bezel with engraved luminous 24-hour marker|
|Crown||Ion-plated stainless steel cutwork crown with Rolex logo|
|Bracelet||Ion-plated stainless steel link bracelet with Rolex engraved deployment clasp displaying the Rolex logo|
|Diameter||48 x 39 mm|
|Bracelet Length||119 x 20 mm|
|Case Thickness||13 mm|
|Quality & Trademark||All our Japanese grade watches are water resistant but not waterproof; we do not recommend swimming with them or taking showers with them. Taking the watches underwater will revoke their guarantee.|
🇨🇭Rolex GMT Master II Pro-Hunter Black Steel Strap Black Dial
The difference between Swiss and Japanese grade watches is the steel grade that is being used, as well as the manufacturing process and machinery. Japanese grade watches use 316L steel while the Swiss grade is manufactured from 904L Steel which is a much durable, rust and corrosion-resistant but at the same time more costly and complicated to produce. Swiss grade watches are manufactured on machinery that is cloned to match Swiss technology and standards, therefore a higher accuracy and finishing is to be expected.
We discourage our clients to resell the watches as authentic, therefore the papers will not have the same serial number as the watch.