Take a Deeper Look at the Rolex Batman

The Rolex Batman’s History

When Rolex debuted the Cerachrom ceramic bezel technology in 2005, it was widely accepted that high-quality ceramics were not compatible with colorful or two-toned combinations. Rolex disproved that theory with the release of the Rolex Batman. The blue and black bezel has a 24-hour scale, with blue representing day and black representing night. This GMT-Master II bi-color feature was designed to help the wearer distinguish between day or night in the second time zone. Originally however, this functionality was used for the GMT-Master in the 1950s, giving pilots the capability to distinguish between two time zones. Learn more about the Batman’s features and creation in this watch review.

In 2019, the Rolex Batman was discontinued to make way for the newer version, Reference 126710BLNR, known as “Batgirl.” While many of the fundamental elements of the Batman remained unchanged in the new model, the new Batman was different from its predecessor in a few ways. One of the most noticeable differences in Reference 126710BLNR is the five-link Jubilee bracelet, replacing the Rolex Batman’s original three-link Oyster bracelet.

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