On May 29, 1953, Sir Edmund-Hillary and Tenzin-Nogi wore a Rolex Oyster Perpetual Watch and successfully rushed to Mount Everest. To pay tribute to this pioneering work, Rolex designed and developed the explorer Replica Watches. Then in 2011, on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the release of Explorer II, Rolex improved the Explorer II. The most obvious is the size of the case, which has been expanded from 40 mm in diameter to 42 mm, making the surface wider and easier to read.
Oyster Perpetual Explorer II continues the adventure spirit of Rolex Explorer Replica Watches, inherits the extremely sturdy characteristics of Explorer, and adds new features. This watch was originally born in 1971. In addition to the clear and easy-to-read surface, a 24-hour hand was added to indicate the 24-hour scale on the outer ring of the fixed scale to clearly distinguish day and night.