Investment

Rolex
Yacht-Master II
Ref. 116688


EUR 48.650,-

List price EUR 41.000,-

Rolex Yachtmaster II in yellow gold, 44 mm diameter in almost unworn condition. The watch is equipped with a 10-minute countdown. A perfect watch for the ambitious sailor and for all those who want to call a high-quality sporty watch their own.

Details


Material

Yellow Gold

Clockwork

Automatic

Ref NR.

116688

Dial color

white

Paper

Yes, from 2015

Condition

nearly unworn

Box

Yes

Diameter

44mm

Warranty

2 Years

Ready for racing

Yacht-Master II

The Rolex Yacht-Master II is specially designed for regatta sailors. The mechanically programmable countdown function allows perfect timing for the regatta start.

Shine at the highest level

Gold

Rolex uses only 18ct gold, a noble alloy of 75% pure gold and other elements such as silver and copper to produce yellow, white and the exclusive rose gold alloy - Everose gold. The exact composition of the alloys remains a Rolex trade secret, guaranteeing exceptional durability and unique shine.

Built to last

CERACHROM LÜNETTE

Rolex designed and patented the Cerachrom bezel for selected Professional models to ensure readability and aesthetics in the toughest conditions. It is extremely scratch-resistant and resistant to discolouration from UV rays. They digits are engraved into the ceramic and covered with a fine gold or platinum layer.

The best time is now:

Rolex Yacht-Master II

2 Years Timelounge Warranty

Box included

Papers included

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