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Brief information and technical specifications:

About Rolex:

You can basically divide the Swiss watchmaking industry into two camps: Rolex, and the rest. That’s how excellent, prestigious, famous, and dominant the Rolex brand really is.

Established by Hans Wilsdorf in 1905, Rolex is by far the most iconic and legendary luxury watchmaker in the industry. Its fame is mythical and unmatched, and rightly so: Rolex makes among the very best automatic/mechanical watches in the industry with extremely accurate, reliable, durable, shock resistant, anti-magnetic and robust movements, the best steel grade in the industry (904L stainless steel), unmatched build quality, unmatched reputation, and unmatched resale value.

Rolex’s watches are going through quality tests of such intensity and magnitude, that few brands out there can match Rolex.

All Rolex’s movements are in-house made by Rolex, all movements are chronometer certified and all Rolex’s movements use the so called parachrom hairspring. This technology is very particular and unusual because it is 100% anti-magnetic and 10 times more shock resistant than ordinary hairsprings! This makes all the difference because the hairspring sits inside the balance wheel, which is the very heart of an automatic/mechanical movement.

Rolex’s philosophy is to keep things simple, down to earth, limited and focused. Rolex rarely makes movements with complications – meaning haute horlogerie (fine watchmaking or the high art of watchmaking).

Rolex’s movements are stellar but simple meat and potatoes movements, focused on the basic time functions, that most people actually need and want. It takes Rolex a considerable amount of time – sometimes decades, to make the slightest changes in either their technology or design. Rolex’s philosophy is: “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”.

Rolex isn’t about technological revolution. Rolex is about technological evolution, and optimizing and improving the already existing technology.

Rolex is a super conservative and super reliable brand. If you purchase a Rolex, you know what you’ll get.

Rolex’s movements aren’t decorated at all, and their movements typically use mechanically speaking larger components than ETA/Valjoux movements, which means that Rolex’s movements are typically more robust and shock resistant. Since the Rolex’s movements are so robust, and typically use larger and fewer components than most movements out there, it means Rolex is capable of fixing and repairing your movement in a very short period of time.

Rolex’s success has given the manufacturer and brand enormous financial and industrial muscles, and if I’m not mistaken, Rolex alone stands for 20% of all Swiss luxury watches manufactured in the Swiss luxury watch industry.

Outside the major corporate groups such as Swatch Group, Richemont Group, LVMH etc, Rolex is probably the only 100% independent watchmaking giant. The other independent Swiss watchmakers are dwarves in comparison to Rolex’s enormous manufacturing capabilities.

About Rolex Yacht-Master II:

In 1992, Rolex launched the Rolex Yacht-Master which is a combined sailing and divers watch. Rolex launched this collection in order to offer a more upscale family of Rolex watches.

The Rolex Yacht-Master is absolutely meant for yachting, and is definitely a more upscale collection than say the Rolex GMT-Master II, the Rolex Sea Dweller and the Rolex Submariner, given the precious materials and the price range of the Yacht-Master.

The Rolex Yacht-Master is truly a luxury watch with water resistant features, but is less sporty and less practical than say the Sea Dweller and the Submariner. The Yacht-Master doesn’t have the same water resistance. The Yacht-Master isn’t distinctly a combined tool-, and divers watch which characterizes the Sea Dweller and the Submariner.

In 2007, Rolex launched the Rolex Yacht-Master II, which is the modern version of the Yacht-Master collection. The Yacht-Master II is a more upscale version of the original Yacht-Master, since the Yacht-Master II is equipped with a chronograph. In similarity to Yacht-Master, the Yacht-Master II comes in 904L stainless steel, combined steel and rose gold, yellow gold, and white gold.

The Rolex Yacht-Master II is a sailing watch suitable for water sports, swimming and snorkeling but not diving.


  • Rolex in-house automatic movement 4160, with 42 jewels, 28,800 vph, and a 72 hour power reserve. This movement is used for Rolex chronographs.

Date Function:

  • No.


  • Chronograph.

Case Material:

  • 904L stainless steel case.
  • Combined 904L stainless steel and 18 carat rose gold case.
  • Polished 18 carat yellow gold case.
  • Polished 18 carat white gold case.

Case Dimension:

D= Diameter. TH= Thickness.

  • D: 44mm.

Case Back:

  • Solid case back.


  • Bidirectional ceramic bezel.


  • Sapphire crystal.

Strap Materials:

  • 904L stainless steel bracelet.
  • Combined 904L stainless steel and 18 carat rose gold bracelet.
  • Polished 18 carat yellow gold bracelet.
  • Polished 18 carat white gold bracelet.


  • Fold-over clasp with safety, equipped with the Rolex Glidelock system, which allows you to adjust the size of the bracelet on the fly without using any tools.

Water Resistance:

  • 100 meters/330 feet.

The Rolex Yacht-Master II is a sailing watch suitable for water sports, swimming and snorkeling but not diving.

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