The watch begins with the Rolex GMT-Master II ref 116710LN as its base, which undergoes a stealthy transformation via a matte-black diamond-like coating developed in-house specifically for the stainless-steel case and bracelet. The piece is powered by the automatic calibre 3186 from Rolex, a GMT movement usually capable of presenting two timezones with a power reserve of 48 hours.
For this World Time Stealth edition, however, Pro Hunter has implemented a new 24-hour floating scale around the rim of the black dial, which makes one full rotation every 24 hours. Working in tandem with the redecorated ceramic bezel which includes 24 cities from the planet’s 24 different timezones, the watch can tell the time of any of those cities at once.
For both the avid globetrotter or Rolex enthusiast, Pro Hunter’s new Rolex World Time Stealth edition is now available, limited to only 100 pieces, and comes with a price tag of €34,000 EUR (approximately $37,420 USD). Head over to the company’s website to learn more now.
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