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Rolex GMT Master II 2022

The doors are officially open at this year's Watches & Wonders tradeshow in Geneva, Switzerland and one of the most highly anticipated reveals of the show will of course be from none other than Rolex. The company unveiled their latest watches for 2022 and sure to be one of the most talked-about watches of the show is a GMT-Master II ($11,050) that switches it up with a "destro" version that moves the crown to the left side and it introduces a green and black bezel, which is finished in the brand's proprietary Cerachrom ceramic. As for the rest of its specs, the watch features a 40mm steel case with a matching steel bracelet and a 3285 automatic movement with a 70-hour power reserve. 

The Day-Date 40 with a platinum fluted bezel


For the first time ever, the Day-Date 40mm is getting a platinum model with a matching fluted bezel in the same material. It also gets an ice-blue dial, which is exclusive to its platinum watches and a 3255 automatic movement with a 7-hour power reserve. 

The 2022 Air-King 


The Air King ($7,400) returns with an updated model that adds a "0" before the "5" on the minute scale, a crown guard with straight sides, and a subtle line of light through the middle of the case. The watch features a 40mm steel case and a matching steel bracelet and a 3230 automatic movement with a 70-hour power reserve. 

The Yacht-Master 42 in 18 ct yellow gold


Last but not least, the sporty Yacht-Master 42 ($28,300) gets a bold new option in 18 ct yellow gold. The watch's bezel is also finished in gold and has a matte black Cerachrom bezel insert. The 42mm watch is fitted with a Oysterflex elastomer braclet and the movement is a 3235 automatic with a 70-hour power reserve.

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