1972 Rolex GMT-Master (Ref. 1675) Mk. I "Long E"

This specific 1972 Rolex GMT  possesses all the things we love about the Rolex GMT 1675. From MK I "Long E" dial to the perfectly faded Pepsi insert, worn perfectly on a leather strap or more casually on a NATO. This Ref. 1675 Pepsi GMT would make a great daily driver for the man always on the go. 

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The Rolex GMT is the jet-setting icon of the Rolex sports watch family. Like the Rolex Submariner, the Rolex GMT is sophisticated, rugged, and versatile. In 1954 Pan Am started using the newly designed Boeing 707 which allowed for Pan Am to fly transcontinentally and is said to have started the commercially available jet age. In the same year, Rolex received a request from PanAm to create a technical pilots watch which indicated two time zones simultaneously that could be issued by the airline to their crews on long-haul transcontinental international flights. The original Rolex GMT Master has a fourth 24-hour hand directly displaying the same time zone as the standard 12-hour hand but on a 24-hour scale. This GMT hand enabled the crews to set the watch to GMT or another time zone, and, using the rotatable 24-hour scale bezel, set to the correct offset thus displaying a second-time-zone on the 24-hour scale.


Stock #
Brand Rolex
Style GMT-Master
Model 1675
Serial 31XXXXX
Size Men's
Material Stainless Steel
Dial Black (Matte) Mk. I
Millimeters 40
Strap 2pc Leather Strap



The excellent case has been previously lightly polished, retaining thick and even lugs with chamfers still lightly present. The original bezel remains in excellent unpolished condition. The bezel insert is an early "blue back" service insert and remains in great overall condition showing little wear from use. The watch will be supplied on a strap of your choosing.

Dial & Hands

The Mk. I "Long E" dial remains in good vintage condition, showing a very light speckled patina throughout the dial. The tritium lume plots have achieved a very light ivory patina, under U.V. light inspection the lume plots show some minor degradation. The tritium hands are in excellent condition with no lume degradation when inspected under U.V. Light and match the coloration of the dial perfectly. The original silver date wheel is era correct with open 6's and 9's.


None. Watch was recently serviced and is running at COSC spec backed by a 1-year warranty.