The Explorer II is a natural heir to the Explorer as a reliable guide, a tool and a companion for explorers. When launched in 1971, the Explorer II set new standards for precision, strength, and clarity. It features a distinctive 24-hour hand, an invaluable aid to distinguish daytime hours from night around the poles and beneath ground.
In its 40th anniversary year in 2011. The Explorer II received a total makeover. The case was increased from 40mm to 42mm and enlarged hands for enhanced visibility. But the most noticeable feature was the addition of the famous orange 24-hour hand ending in an arrow, mirroring the original Explorer II of 1971.
A modern classic and popular with Rolex fans, this Oyster Perpetual Date Explorer II features the iconic orange seconds hand. Supplied with all original boxes and paperwork, this Rolex was originally purchased through David M Robinson jewellers of Canary Wharf London in June 2014.
Featuring a bold black dial with luminous dot hour markers, hands and a date window. Presented on a brushed stainless steel oyster bracelet. This watch comes with both Rolex swing tags, instruction booklets and stamped Rolex warranty card. The bezel still has the Rolex manufacturer sticker seals intact.