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I was asked if this watch was a good buy on watch finder by a colleague. I had to say I suspected it had not been serviced correctly and selling at £16,675 retailing at £10,850 you expect it to be perfect. I have not inspected it just noticed the obvious. Would love to see what you guys think.


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5 hours ago, KarlvonKoln said:

Out of curiousity, what's that extra hand do?  If it were a Vulcain Cricket, I'd think it was an alarm indicator, but I see no extra crown or pusher.  And I see no days of the week on the chapter ring.  Extra stopwatch hand for diving?

As @Marc stated, it shows a second time zone.

More details here -> https://www.rolex.com/watches/gmt-master-ii.html

As to whether it is worth the asking price, I'm probably not the best person to ask, however if you want a few similar examples to get a feel from what the asking price is likely to be for a good example, you could do worse than compare with Watchbox - https://www.thewatchbox.com/gb/en/search/?q=rolex+gmt+master&lang=en_GB

or Watchfinder - https://www.watchfinder.co.uk/Rolex/GMT Master II/watches

Obviously their prices will be higher than you might expect from a private sale, since they will almost certainly have serviced and prepared the watch to a pretty high standard.

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