Review: Rolex GMT-Master II “Root Beer”

Review: Rolex GMT-Master II “Root Beer”

For many people, Root Beer is a kind of soft drink – usually enjoyed with a delightful scope of ice-cream in the form of Root Beer Float For watch aficionados – or specifically, Rolex collectors – the term “Root Beer” connotes an entirely different interpretation altogether. Rolex collectors, admittedly, are a bunch of playful and creative lot Over the years, they have coined many nicknames for different Rolex models.

For instance, the Rolex Submariner (Reference 116610LV) is known as the “Hulk” due to its green dial and bezel insert, while the Yachtmaster 40 (Reference 116655) with the multi-colour gem-set bezel is known as the “Haribo” due to the similarities in colour scheme to the gummy sweet. When it comes to the GMT-Master collection, that is where the creative juices really start to flow The GMT-Master (and subsequently the GMT-Master II) with the red and blue bezel insert is known as “Pepsi”, and the . Source

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