Rolex Explorer II Stainless Steel White Dial Ref. 16570

$5,850.00 USD

Manufacturer: Rolex
Model: Explorer II 
Reference Number: 165700
Movement: Automatic
Condition: Very good, some signs of discoloration on the 24-hour graduated numbers on the bezel, can be quickly adjusted upon request
Gender: Men’s/unisex
Time Period: 2002
Retail / Compare-At Price: $8,100
Our Best Price: $5,850

Movement: -
Caliber: 3185
Jewels: 31

Case Material: Stainless steel
Case Diameter: 40 mm
Thickness: 11 mm
Waterproof: 330 ft. / 100 m.
Water Resistance: 10 ATM
Material Bezel: Fixed stainless steel with GMT 24-hour timing bezel with raised Arabic numerals
Glass: Sapphire crystal
Dial: White
Dial Numerals: White gold with luminescent Superluminova coating dot and baton hour indices, railway track minute/seconds scale around the outer rim

Bracelet color: Stainless steel  
Bracelet Material: Stainless steel three-piece flat links Oyster band
Clasp: Oysterlock folding
Clasp material: Stainless steel  

Hours, minutes, center sweep seconds, date aperture at 3 o’clock, GMT, second time zone hand, 50-hour power reserve

18K white gold applied and Superluminova luminescent Mercedes hours hand, stick-shaped white gold and luminous minutes hand, red and luminous arrow-shaped GMT hand 
Quick-set-date (24-hour hand), stop-seconds for precise time setting
Fixed brushed stainless steel 24-hour graduated with Arabic numeral indexes every 2 hours
Bidirectional self-winding via Perpetual rotor
Stainless steel screw-down solid case back
Stainless steel Triplock waterproofness system screw-down crown with Rolex logo
Paramagnetic blue Parachrom hairspring
Stainless steel downturned lugs
Cyclops lens over the date
Polished with Brushed 904L Oystersteel Stainless Steel Case
Polished with Brushed 904L Oystersteel Oyster Bracelet
The caliber 3135 is a certified Swiss chronometer, a designation reserved for high-precision watches that have successfully passed the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC) tests. It is fitted with a Parachrom hairspring, offering greater resistance to shocks and to temperature variations.
This mechanism oscillates at a frequency of 28,800 vhp (4Hz). 

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