Rolex launched the GMT-Master in 1954 in order to provide pilots a watch that could read 24 hour time for a selected time zone. Following the success of this model, in 1959 Rolex introduced its successor, the reference 1675, which Rolex produced until 1980. The reference 1675 features a crown guard, an aluminium bi-directional bezel graded to 24 hours, a new imprint on dial: "Superlative Chronometer Officially Certified" along with a fourth GMT hand.
This GMT-Master reference 1675 dates to circa 1973 featuring a tritium black dial, beautifully aged faded bezel highlighting attractive light sky blue and sunrise red hue. Collectors will notice "Long E" matte black dial and silver date wheel in addition to prominent case and tight bracelet. Furthermore, the present 1675 GMT-Master accompanied by its green box, punched Rolex Guarantee paper, and accessories.