The White Dial Rolex Explorer II Replica Watch was made available with two dials: black and white. This is an Oyster bracelet, after all. It’s been famously comfortable since the 1930s. And if it’s good enough for generations of professional explorers, it’s good enough for me.
The white dial, also known as the ‘Polar’ dial, is extraordinarily legible, thanks to an excellent decision made by Rolex’s experienced design team. They lumed darkly polished indices and hands, making a contrast on the face that renders the indications as clear and legible as the fresh tracks of a polar bear.If you can show me another watch brand that has as much variety and solidity in its stable as Rolex Explorer II Replica Watch Ref.16570, I’ll eat my Explorer II. Well, OK, maybe I won’t. It’s too nice on the wrist to sacrifice on a plate. And those hollow middle links just wouldn’t go down easy.
The Rolex Explorer II Replica Watch has the same easy-to-read dial. Its bezel is functional, albeit in a different way—the fixed stainless steel bezel on the Explorer II is the 24-hour indicator for the GMT hand. And the purpose of the watch is identical to the purpose of a Sub: to safeguard professionals in dimly-lit, inhospitable environments.
The Rolex Explorer Replica Watch has been telling time in far-flung locations since 1971. It is as legendary among speleologists (cave scientists, to you and me), polar explorers, and mountaineers as the Submariner is among professional divers. In fact, the best way to think of the Explorer II is as a landlocked Sub.
The Rolex Explorer II 16570 (since superseded by the 216570) had a three-link stainless steel bracelet in which the middle link was hollow. Why? Because the Explorer II had to be light as well as tough. And actually, you wouldn’t even know it, when you put it on. Rolex’s Oyster Professional lineup is a family of Rolex Replica Watch to be reckoned with.