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Rolex GMT-Master II 18k Yellow Gold Rootbeer Watch #16718 *RARE - Collectible*

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New Listing 2018 ROLEX Ref. 126711CHNR GMT MASTER II Root Beer 40mm S/S & 18K Everose Gold!

The Rolex Root Beer GMT Master II | Crown & Caliber Blog

The Rolex Root Beer GMT Master II is an iconic watch with a rich history. It has graced the wrists of many celebrities and true watch enthusiasts alike. The Root Beer hasn't always been in the Rolex rotation, but watch fans are happy to have it back in the lineup.

Rolex GMT-Master II 'Root Beer' In Rolesor & Everose Gold ...

A t BaselWorld 2018 Rolex introduced the Rolex GMT-Master II ‘Root Beer’ in Rolesor two-tone and in all Everose gold. This brings back the brown-theme to the GMT-Master II collection, this time paired with Rolex’s proprietary 18kt rose gold alloy that actually matches it amazingly well, as well as a new-generation movement.

Baselworld 2018: Root Beer GMT-Master II 126711CHNR

For those less familiar with the history lesson, the roots of the Root Beer GMT date back to roughly 1963, when the first two-tone Rolex watches with brown dials hit the market. Always a bit of a niche watch, where the Root Beer found minor fame in collecting circles was on the wrist of the one-and-only Clint Eastwood .

Review: Rolex GMT-Master II "Root Beer" - deployant.com

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.