At this point, the Yacht-Master has to be Rolex’s most underrated sport watch in current production, right? It’s almost remarkable how under-the-radar it remains, despite its flashy aesthetic and “look-at-me” profile on the wrist. While I typically prefer subtle, sober tool watches, there’s something about the sunburst blue dial matched with the pop of red on the seconds hand that gets my blood pumping. You can’t forget the platinum bezel executed in relief either, which gives the Yacht-Master a one-of-the-kind look compared to its older sport-watch siblings, like the Submariner, the GMT-Master, and the Explorer.
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