The Rolex Yachtmaster II was first introduced in the 1950’s as the watch of choice while being on the open sea. It is available in 4 different metal types, ranging from steel to platinum.
Just as it’s predecessor, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Yachtmaster I, the Rolex Yachtmaster II features the 904L stainless steel watch case. The 904L steel case is mainly used to provide maximum resistant against damage and is highly reflective and polishable. The Rolex Yachtmaster II is also equipped with the signature Rolex Oysterlock folding clasp, which is meant to keep the watch on your wrist with no “accidental openings.” The calibre 4161 on the Rolex Yachtmaster II is a self-winding mechanic that allows the watch to work through the actions and movements of the watch wearer.
The Rolex Yachtmaster II is also set on a Ring Command Bezel that is a whopping, 44mm. The Yachtmaster II’s regatta timer; exclusive to the Rolex Yachtmaster II, allows users to be able to use a countdown interval from one to ten minutes. The large Rolex Yachtmaster II is the choice for many who desire a larger wristwatch. Sell Your Rolex Yachtmaster II today at SellMeWatch.com and get the highest price paid for your watch.