Rolex GMT-Master IIModel # 16710 Pre-Owned Our ID: RLX5875
SOLD / NOT AVAILABLE
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Please note: This watch was removed from our inventory in 2013.
GMT-Master II : 16710Stainless Steel, Oyster bracelet (SEL) with flip-lock clasp, aftermarket red / blue (Pepsi) bezel insert on bidirectional rotating GMT bezel, black dial, automatic Chronometer, dual time zone, date, screw-down crown, Ref. 16710, F serial, ca. 2004, 40mm, Mint
- Width: 40 mm / Height: 48 mm / Thickness: 12 mm / Lug Width: 20 mm
The so-called Pepsi bezel GMT Master IIs (red/blue) are in great demand. Unfortunately, it is no longer possible to get the original bezel inserts out of Rolex unless you send the watch to them. Furthermore, the watch must have originally had a Pepsi bezel on it when it was sold new or they will put on a black or red/black insert. So, while we rarely endorse using an aftermarket part, the bezel insert is one exception. You would need to be extremely well acquainted with Rolex bezel inserts to tell this one apart from an original Pepsi bezel insert.
The reference 16710 with aluminum bezel insert was produced from 1988 to 2008. It was offered with three bezel variations.
|Size||Men's (40 mm)|
|Band||heavy Oyster bracelet|
|Hands||silver / tritium hands|
|Markers||silver / tritium markers|
|Bezel||aftermarket red / blue (Pepsi) bezel insert on bidirectional rotating GMT bezel bezel|
|Functions||dual time zone, date|
|Lug Width||20 mm|
|Age||F serial, ca. 2004|
|Warranty||90-Day BW Warranty|
|More Info||The reference 16710 with aluminum bezel insert was produced from 1988 to 2008. It was offered with three bezel variations.|
Custom Parts: As a rule Bernard watch avoids watches with custom or aftermarket parts, however sometimes it just makes sense to offer a piece "as is" with a custom part already installed. While pieces with custom parts can be great values, you should be aware that you will experience problems if you send a watch with a custom part to the manufacturer for service. The easy way to avoid problems is to take any watch with custom parts only to your local certified watchmaker for repair.