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4 Two-Tone Sports Watches

4 Two-Tone Sports Watches

Rolex Submariner ref. 16613

A dash of game, a hint of class, and a ton of extravagance. The two-tone Rolex sports watch is, and has been for quite a while, perhaps the most desired decisions from the brand’s setup. Notable Rolex models that were initially utilitarian instrument watches—think Submariner and the GMT-Master — take on a totally different persona when 18k gold is meshed into their tempered steel bodies. Here we investigate a portion of our #1 present day two-tone Rolex sports models.

 

Rolex GMT-Master ref. 116713LN

Rolex GMT-Master II ref. 116713LN

The absolute initial two-tone GMT-Master introduced by Rolex was, harking back to the 1970s with the ref. 1675/3. From that point forward, the yellow Rolesor GMT-Master has been one of the company’s most prominent hits. The GMT-Master II ref. 116713LN made its introduction in 2006 and is the current form of the model. Beside its utilization of both steel and yellow gold on the 40mm Oyster case and Oyster wristband, the ref. 116713LN additionally bears a black Cerachrom clay bezel. Presently a hallmark of current Rolex sports watches, the ubiquity of the artistic bezel lies in its allure as well as in its strength too.

Ceramic as a material is basically scratch and blur evidence, along these lines permitting the well known Rolex pilot watch to hold its excellence for quite a while to come. The turning bezel, alongside the additional 24-hour hand allows the wearer to monitor three distinctive time regions. Also, the decision of green for that 24-hand and the “GMT-Master II” mark is a decent plan touch.

 

Rolex Submariner ref. 116613

Rolex Submariner ref. 116613

If you lean toward an extravagance plunging observe as opposed to a fine pilot watch, at that point look no farther than the Submariner ref. 116613LN. Likewise the most current rendition, the two-tone Rolex Submariner ref. 116613LN flaunts a Cerachrom bezel too. Truth be told, from the start, the Rolex Submariner ref. 116613LN has a fundamentally the same as style to the GMT-Master ref. 116713LN. The Submariner ref. 116613LN likewise has a 40mm Oyster case, Rolesor Oyster arm band, and a black artistic bezel. However, the bezel is, obviously, unidirectional—just like the case with all plunging watches—and highlights the trademark hour long scale. While this specific ref. 116613 has the black dial and bezel setup, there is additionally a blue two-tone Rolex Submariner version.

 

Rolex Daytona ref. 116523

Rolex Daytona ref. 116523

Moving away from air and ocean, we presently investigate at a two-tone Rolex watch enlivened by motorsports. The lead chronograph from Rolex, the Daytona is perhaps the most unmistakable luxury sports looks out there. Despite the fact that this specific Daytona ref. 116523 is not, at this point underway—having been supplanted by the current ref. 116503—it stays a well known Daytona reference. The plan on this particular ref. 116523 is ravishing gratitude to the record dial with gold registers coordinating consummately with the steel and yellow gold combination of the wristband and case. Much the same as all cutting edge Daytonas, this one has the 40mm Oyster case with the pair of chronograph pushers flanking the screw-down winding crown.

Rolex Yacht-Master ref. 16623

Rolex Yacht-Master ref. 16623

The flashiest of the bundle because of its black mother-of-pearl dial, this Yacht-Master is ideal for ordinary luxury. The 40mm Oyster case is finished off with a yellow gold turning bezel with huge raised numerals. The ref. 16623 is introduced on a steel and yellow gold Oyster arm band and the dial is outfitted with huge lume plots for legibility even in the dark. While the Yacht-Master assortment is roused by nautical life and can be utilized for things like estimating the time it takes to cruise from buoy to float, the ref. 16623 is most likely most appropriate for tasting mixed drinks on the boat’s top deck while respecting the perspective on the waters.

 

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