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Who wears the Rolex Explorer 2?

Who wears the Rolex Explorer 2?

It also paid tribute to the inaugural Explorer II, by bringing back the iconic bright orange 24-hour hand. Prince Harry, and actors John Cena and Tom Hardy, all wear the Polar white dial model.

Why is Rolex Explorer so popular?

So, here’s our argument for the Rolex explorer as the best sports model. It tells time, and it does it with great legibility. It has a sleek case that remains one of the only Rolex sport models to not receive the super case treatment, and a robust movement that can take a beating; nothing superfluous.

How long is the wait for a Rolex Explorer?

6-18 months
The Rolex Explorer collection was the easiest staineless steel sports model to receive a couple years ago. Now with the 2021 releases these watches have become extremely difficult to find and the Rolex waitlists have grown. Expect to wait 6-18 months to receive either the Explorer I or Explorer II.

When did the first Rolex Explorer II come out?

In 1971, Rolex debuted the first Explorer II, Ref. 1655. It was specifically designed with speleologists and polar explorers in mind. Because it’s difficult to distinguish between day and night in those places, the Explorer II features a fourth hand and a 24-hour bezel.

What is the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Explorer II?

The Oyster Perpetual Explorer and Oyster Perpetual Explorer II evolved from Rolex’s deep involvement with exploration. They go where few people venture. The brand was able to test these watches in real life by equipping polar, mountaineering and caving expeditions over many years.

What kind of mechanical movements does the Rolex Explorer have?

The Explorer is equipped with calibre 3132 and the Explorer II with calibre 3187, both self-winding mechanical movements entirely developed and manufactured by Rolex. They feature a Parachrom hairspring that provides great stability in the face of temperature variations, and Paraflex shock absorbers offering greater resistance to shocks.

What is the difference between the explorer and Explorer II watches?

The Explorer is available in Oystersteel or in a yellow Rolesor version, whereas the Explorer II watches are made of Oystersteel. Specially developed by Rolex, Oystersteel belongs to the 904L steel family – superalloys that are most commonly used in high technology such as in the aerospace and chemical industries.