This Rolex Explorer II with reference 16570 has a deep black "swiss only" dial. The Swiss Only mark refers to the change from tritium to superluminova, only produced for a couple of years. The watch was produced by Rolex back in 1999. It has a sharp 40mm stainless steel oyster case with nice bevels and is strapped on the original stainless steel Oyster bracelet (78790 with X clasp code). The bracelet is in great condition with virtually no stretch. The watch runs on the automatic Rolex calibre 3185. The movement was completely serviced by our watchmaker and is running great and comes with 2 year warranty. The watch is overall in great condition, ready for your next adventure or trip to the office. It comes as a nice set together with the original box, papers, tags, booklets.
Explorer II "Swiss Only"
Bracelet or Strap
Is the bracelet stretchy?
The bracelet is in great condition, free of stretch and no signs of wear.
Is The Watch Keeping Good Time?
The movement is running accurate and was fully checked by our watchmaker.
Has The Case Been Polished?
The case has been polished lightly and is in great condition. All edges are very sharp and the brushing is nice and even.
Are All Of The Parts Original?
Yes all parts are original.
We are proud to offer a two-year warranty on every Rolex watch offered by us. Other brands come with a one-year warranty unless otherwise mentioned.
The warranty includes the functioning of the watch including the functioning of any present complications. Each watch is in properly working condition and is carefully checked and/or serviced by our professional team before shipment. Please keep in mind that vintage watches need to be treated with reasonable care by their owners.
Excluded from the warranty are: water damage, turn and push buttons, crystal, watch strap and clasp. Improper use or damage caused by the owner or third parties are not covered by our warranty.
All warranty claims must be directly reported to Timeless Vintage Watches. The warranty will be void if a third party worked on or opened the watch.
The warranty is non transferable and only valid to the original purchaser. With every claim the invoice or invoice number must be presented. Repairs without a valid invoice are also possible but will be made at your costs.