Sell Your Rolex GMT-Master II
Selling your Rolex GMT-Master II with us means unlocking the best possible value from your esteemed timepiece. We value your trust and your time, promising a straightforward process, professional handling of your Rolex, and a fair price that truly reflects the worth of your masterpiece. Step into the world of The Watch Exchange, where we make the journey of parting with your cherished Rolex GMT-Master II as memorable as the time you’ve spent with it.
How To Sell Your Rolex GMT-Master II
1. Complete our form
Start by filling in the form, and expect an estimate from us within 48 hours.
2. Visit our branch
If you agree with our estimate, bring your Rolex and its proof of purchase to our flagship store in Mayfair’s Burlington Arcade.
3. Watch inspection
Our experienced team will authenticate and thoroughly inspect your Rolex, and then present you with a fair offer.
4. Complete validation
Accept our offer or choose a part exchange. Once the deal is finalised, you’ll receive payment within an hour.
Important Features Of A Sellable Rolex GMT-Master II
A sellable Rolex GMT-Master II is a blend of excellent physical condition, original parts, and authenticated documentation. Key features include the functionality of the watch, the clarity and condition of its dial and sapphire crystal, the originality of its bracelet and bezel, and its overall aesthetic appeal.
Why Sell Your Rolex GMT-Master II To The Watch Exchange?
At The Watch Exchange, our exceptional customer service is paramount. Our goal is to ensure a superior journey from the initial interaction to the final goodbye. We handle transactions face to face, cutting out the middleman and providing a secure, trusted environment for selling your Rolex GMT-Master II. We guarantee payment acquisition, ensuring the process is safe, efficient, and satisfying.
A stress-free process
You’ll have a no-obligation offer in less than 48 hours, without any stress or hassle on your part.
Experts in the industry
Our staff have a wealth of knowledge to provide the very highest standard of customer service every time.
With over 15 years in our industry, you can trust our valuations. We’ll provide a valuation based on a full inspection of your watch.
Whether you choose to accept our offer or part-exchange, we’ll ensure your payments are released in under an hour.
Receive your GMT-Master II price today
We don’t want you to worry about any aspect of selling your watch, so we keep it simple. We make selling a Rolex easy. Simply head onto our site, complete the short form to get in touch and we’ll send you an estimate for your watch within 48 hours.
Visit our welcoming expert team in Mayfair
Exceptional customer service is an integral part of our business. We aim to ensure a superior customer experience is carried out from the initial greeting to the end farewell. Our purpose is to take the customer through a pleasant journey. We are invested in conducting all interactions with you, the customer, face to face.
23 Burlington Arcade, Mayfair, London, W1J 0PR
Monday – Friday: 9:00 – 17:00
Hourly booked appointments starting at 10:00 am to 17:00
Learn More About The Rolex GMT-Master II
What’s The History Of The Rolex GMT-Master II?
The GMT-Master, the predecessor to the GMT-Master II, was introduced by Rolex in 1955. It was originally developed in collaboration with Pan American World Airways (Pan Am) to meet the needs of airline pilots who required a watch that could display multiple time zones simultaneously. The GMT-Master featured a 24-hour hand and a rotating bezel with a 24-hour scale.
What Type Of Watch Is Rolex GMT-Master II?
The Rolex GMT-Master II is a luxury mechanical wristwatch. It falls under the category of professional watches, specifically designed for professionals who frequently travel across different time zones, such as pilots and frequent travellers. The GMT-Master II is known for its dual-time zone functionality, which allows the wearer to keep track of multiple time zones simultaneously.
What Is Special About The GMT-Master II?
One of the defining features of the GMT-Master II is its ability to display multiple time zones simultaneously. It has an independently adjustable 24-hour hand that allows the wearer to track a second time zone. This feature is particularly useful for frequent travellers or individuals who work across different time zones.
What Is The Average Price Of A GMT Master II Rolex?
The price of a Rolex GMT-Master II can vary significantly depending on several factors, including the specific model, materials used, condition, and market demand. The average price range for a new Rolex GMT-Master II was approximately £7,000 to £14,000.
⌚️ You might want to check out these top Rolex investments of the year.
Do GMT-Masters Hold Their Value?
Yes, Rolex GMT-Master watches, including the GMT-Master II, are known for their ability to hold their value well over time. Rolex as a brand has a strong reputation for producing high-quality and sought-after timepieces, which contributes to the value retention of their watches.
⌚️ For more information: How Rolex Watches Hold Their Value.
How Many Rolex GMT-Master II Are Made Each Year?
Rolex does not disclose specific production numbers for its watches, including the GMT-Master II. As a company known for its discretion and confidentiality, Rolex keeps its production figures closely guarded. This practice contributes to the aura of exclusivity and desirability surrounding Rolex timepieces.
Are Rolex GMT-Master II Watches Hard To Find?
Rolex GMT-Master II watches can be challenging to find, especially for certain popular models and variations. The combination of high demand and Rolex’s deliberate control of production and distribution creates a situation where demand often exceeds supply. As a result, acquiring a specific GMT-Master II model, especially shortly after its release, can be difficult.
What’s My GMT-Master II Worth?
To accurately determine the value of your specific GMT-Master II watch, several factors need to be considered, including the model, condition, age, materials, and market demand. The Watch Exchange can value and buy your Rolex from you on the same day. Without specific information about your watch, it is challenging to provide an exact value..
Who Wears GMT Master II Rolexes?
The GMT-Master II was originally developed in collaboration with Pan American World Airways (Pan Am) for their pilots, who needed a watch to track multiple time zones during their flights. Even today, pilots continue to appreciate the GMT-Master II’s dual-time zone functionality and reliability.
How Can You Spot A Fake Rolex GMT-Master II?
Spotting a fake Rolex GMT-Master II can be challenging, as counterfeiters have become increasingly sophisticated in replicating the appearance of genuine Rolex watches. However, there are several indicators that can help you identify a potential fake, including too cheap of a price and being too light in weight.
⌚️ For more information, check out this guide on how to spot a fake Rolex.
When Is The Best Time To Sell My GMT-Master II?
Determining the best time to sell your GMT-Master II watch can depend on several factors, including market conditions, demand for the specific model you have, and your personal circumstances.
What Are The Key Specifications Of A Rolex GMT-Master II?
The GMT-Master II is known for its rotatable 24-hour bezel. The bezel is typically made of ceramic (Cerachrom) and features a 24-hour scale for tracking a second time zone. Different colour combinations are available, such as the Pepsi (red and blue), Coke (red and black), and Batman (blue and black).
How Do You Adjust GMT-Master II Watch?
The GMT-Master II bracelet consists of links held together by screws. Look for the screws on the underside of the bracelet links. You’ll typically find arrows indicating the direction to turn the screws for removal. Carefully turn the screws counterclockwise using the appropriate screwdriver or tool. Be gentle to avoid scratching the bracelet or damaging the screws. Once the screws are loose, set them aside in a safe place.
How Do You Set The Time On A GMT-Master II?
On the side of the watch case, locate the crown (the small knob) and gently unscrew it by turning it counterclockwise. You should feel a slight resistance before the crown pops out slightly from the case. Pull the crown out to the second position. This allows you to independently adjust the local time without affecting the 24-hour hand or the reference time. Rotate the crown clockwise or counterclockwise to set the desired local time. Keep in mind that the 24-hour hand will remain fixed at the reference time.