New Rolex Oyster Explorer 40

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Re: New Rolex Oyster Explorer 40

Post by bbattle » April 6th 2023, 3:25pm

It's a stripped-down dial version of the Air King; the one without the crown guards.

I'm all in favor of decluttering the dial. Rolex could trim down those five lines of clutter that remain; I'm sure.

Still, a fine effort by Rolex. Why, their designers emerged from hibernation, made the dial a few millimeters larger, then returned to their slumber. Congratulations!
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