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Rolex Yacht-Master Watch (Replica)
One of the most iconic of all Rolexes, the Yacht-Master has roots in the earliest years of the company. The Yacht-Master was the first waterproof wristwatch, introduced in 1926. In 1931, it became the Yacht-Master when Rolex invented the Master mechanism. Made of 904L stainless steel and Superlative Chronometer Officially Certified, the Yacht-Master is one of the longest-lasting watches available. Claim yours by perusing the vast selection of Rolex watches found on Flossiy.com
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Over the weekend, Rolex released a trailer teasing its new watches that vowed “to move skyward.” Watch sleuths were immediately on the case: another GMT? New Air-Kings? Maybe a variation of the Sky-Dweller? We got the GMT—and then Rolex announced a revamp of the severely underrated Air-King, giving the dial a facelift and adding a set of crown guards (those small protective humps around the winding mechanism).
Falling in love with the new Air-King means appreciating the small stuff. Part of the dial’s refreshed look is a new “balance” of the numerals, Rolex says. This mostly refers to the added zero before the 5-minute marker, so that it now reads “05.” Again, it’s a little detail—but it’s the kind of change that Rolex collectors obsess over. Look no further than the fans of the brand who get into the weeds discussing the “open” 6 and 9 numerals—versions of these numbers with loops that didn’t fully close—the brand used to employ.