Rolex 214270 Explorer I 39MM *NEW MODEL* SS / SS (27650)

27650 Rolex 214270 Explorer I, new style Explorer with longer hands and luminous on the numerals, stainless steel case on a stainless steel Oyster bracelet, automatic, black dial with luminous hands and hour indicators, centered sweep second hand, COSC, water resistant to 100 meters, sapphire crystal, scrambled series, diameter: 39mm, thickness: 12mm, Like New with Box and Papers dated 7/2017.


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This is a stainless steel Rolex Explorer I, 214270. It includes an integral stainless steel Oyster bracelet with a double deployant clasp, and a scratch resistant sapphire crystal. It has a solid screwed-down case back and Triplock winding crown. The 39mm diameter solid three-body case, bracelet, and back are polished/brushed. The dial is black with applied steel baton index hour markers with luminous inserts, luminous baton hands, and Arabic numerals at three of the quarter hours. There is a centered sweep second hand, and an outer minute/seconds track. It's water resistant to 100 meters/330 feet, and the 12mm thick case, dial, and movement are all signed. The mechanical automatic self-winding Rolex caliber 3132 movement is rhodium-plated, with oeil-de-perdrix embellishment. It's constructed with 31 jewels, and a Paraflex shock absorber mechanism. It has a straight-line lever escapement, a monometallic balance that's adjusted to temperatures and 5 positions, and a blue parachrom hairspring. It includes Microstella regulating screws, and a hacking seconds mechanism.

In 1953, Sir Edmund Hillary, conquered Mount Everest in Sir John Hunt’s famous expedition, with his partner, Tibetan Tenzing Norgay. They both wore an Oyster Perpetual to the summit of the highest point on the planet. Consequently, Rolex produced and launched the iconic Oyster Perpetual Explorer, commemorating the conquest of Everest.