Check them out in the watch shop!

In this episode, Christian reviews the newest watches hitting the watch shop – a Rolex Explorer II and a Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date with a blue dial!

Rolex Date
It’s a reference 15200, it dates to 2001 and it is, to all standards, drop dead gorgeous.

Its oyster case and matching bracelet give such great substance to, what you think would be, an undersized watch and its explosive sunburst blue dial a site to witness. Its smooth bezel gives it a super approachable vibe, too. And I can only imagine how beautiful it must look on a brown calf strap!

Rolex Explorer II
Meet the 16570, a direct descendant of the 1655, the Steve McQueen. Defined by its rough, raw steel stationary bezel and red GMT hand – it’s built for the jet set thrill seeker.

It’s aptly named, too. There is probably no better piece to scale a cliff, wander a cave and jump into the waves when its all done. The Explorer is classically Rolex and yet unmistakable, substantial and still understated – it’s probably the most under priced Rolexes on the modern market. And this example, with its strong case, full oyster bracelet and polar white dial is, as Ferris Bueller would say, choice.