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Explorer Reference 214270 / Rolex


The latest Rolex Explorer now comes with a new luminescent material inside the model’s familiar 3, 6, and 9 numerals as well as in the hour markers. Called Chromalight, this exclusive material emits an intense blue glow, which increases the legibility of the dial significantly in low light conditions. The new Explorer will retail for CHF 6,200 — via Hodinkee

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