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Rolex GMT-Master II Replica

The scale at 10 o’clock approximates the distance that the Earth covers while it spins around its axis. It is averaging 555 km/hr in 20 minutes.

The scale at two o'clock shows the distance that the Earth covers in its orbit around the Sun: an approximate speed of 35.740 km/hr.

The Inspiration

Felix got the idea for these previously unheard of indications from a pendulum clock that his father gifted him.Rolex GMT-Master II Replica The clock was created by Gustave Sandoz, a Chicago-based watchmaker for the World's Fair of 1893.

The clock is equipped with a regulator dial. The clock has a regulator dial.

The subdial on the top is a total measure of every 10 km that the earth spins around its axis. The subdial at the bottom, which measures the movement of the Earth as it rotates on its axis in total, measures the motion of the Earth every 40,000 kilometers. This is equivalent to one full rotation, as the circumference of the planet at its equator, approximately 40,000 km.

The clock's extra-long pendulum swings every 2.16 second.

Gustave Sandoz, 19th century pendulum clock

The clock shows the distance that the earth travels as it revolves around the sun and on its axis.

The Rolex GMT-Master II Replica is available in two versions at the time of its introduction. One in steel and titanium, called the Rolex GMT-Master II Replica iron. The Rolex GMT-Master II Replica is also available in black DLC coated titanium and steel, the UR100 Black. Each version will be limited at 25 pieces and priced at CHF 48,800 (Rolex Sea-Dweller Replica).

Technical Specifications

Move with ease

UR 12.01 self-winding system with low-profile turbine that minimizes over-winding. Hours and minutes. Distance traveled around the earth in 20 mins.

Case Study

Water resistant up to 30m. Width and length 41.0mm and 49.7mm respectively.

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