Rolex Explorer I Stainless Steel Black Arabic Index 36mm Oyster Bracelet 124270 - BRAND NEW

Rolex Explorer I Stainless Steel Black Arabic Index 36mm Oyster Bracelet 124270 - BRAND NEW

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Brand New
Box & Papers
Production Year
Current Production
Model Number
Explorer I
Model Year
Current Model


Screw Down
Stainless Steel Domed
Case Back
Stainless Steel
Case Size
36 mm
Case Type
Case Shape


Dial Type
Dial Color
Dial Markers
Index / Arabic


Band Material
Stainless Steel
Folding Oysterlock Safety
Bracelet Type
Heavy: New Style


Watch Style
Sports Watch
Country of Manufacture
Water Resistance
100 Meters (330 Feet)


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You have the mono block, middle case with the screw-down case back and the Rolex wining crown to give you the water resistance down to a hundred meters or 330 feet. Now, thanks to what you see here. This one is the crown that allows for the double waterproofness system also known as the twin lock wall double waterproofness system, meaning that the two dots underneath the crown allow you to basically keep this watch underwater down to the actual depth that it's rated to. In other words, the a hundred meters or 330 feet below sea level. Alright, so you certainly do have that option. It's just, it's much more a sports watch in that regard, and I'll be getting into, that a little bit more as well. Alright, so as you can see this full construction, a nice high Polish, all oyster steel, as you can see on the sides as well as, well the front is actually a set and brush finish sort of borrowing what the Oyster Perpetual line has, alright. As you can see, excuse me, as you can see very much matching with the overall appearance of the integrated bracelet, more on that in a moment. Alright, and sitting on the very front of this case, sort of glowing in its own, right? The high polished bezel as well as you can see it going all the way around entirely smooth downed bezel with a flat Sapphire crystal, nice and flat, just sitting just beyond that bezel, alright. No need for a Cyclops lens here because there's no date on here and it's still borrows from the Oyster Perpetual line in that sense. And when it comes to this dial, looking at it, this is basically what defines the Explorer. It's the ease of readability, always with a black dial, always with the chromo light applications on those 18 karat gold markers. And as you can see extremely easy to read extremely bright, it's actually clipping my highlights on my monitoring here. It's incredibly bright and I barely only just now expose it to some of the light source here in my light box. And as you can see that seconds hand has that tiny Pearl slowly moving around. So you can definitely read this in a low light situations and thanks to the chroma light, it keeps that luminescence for a very long time, far seeding, even, you know, other forms of luminescence on those hour marks, and very distinctly you have the three, six and nine with the 12 being the large triangle, sort of like the maxi style dials that you'd see on Submariners in GMT mall, GMT master two's, but the Arabic numerals give it a little extra in terms of the readability and also helps with the orientation as well. When, you know, if you ever happen to need to take your watch off in the dark, hopefully you don't need to. Alright, and so it's known as the Explorer for those who, you know, basically explore, if you do spelunking, if you go into caves, it has that ease of readability for the absolute high contrast, the black sort of like it's a highly reflective black dial, and it has the white markers all on here for easy reading so that you can read it very easily at a glance without ever having to, you know, sit there and stare at your watch using, you know, just your headlamp, your head torch. Very, very easy to read in the light, increasingly easier to read when compared to any other Rolex watch in their lineup and the dark, especially, alright. Now, this new version being a 36 millimeters, it's quite interesting that they would go this route because they would typically go a 39 millimeter, which is much larger. The largest that I personally would go. But the 36 to me is the sort of sweet spot. And I'll show you what it looks like on my wrist toward the end of the video. So basically it, when it comes to the watch functions here, it's kind of like an Oyster Perpetual in that sense, alright so basically unwind the crown at three o'clock position and just simply wind at clockwise. This allows you to wind the watch. So if you're at a dead stop, about 20 to 30 full winds is all you needs to get to the full power reserve. Nice and easy there. Pull the crown out to the only other position. It stops that secondhand. So you can then place the minute hand precisely wherever needs to go based on that position of that seconds hand and just simply press the crown back in. Once you have it synchronized up to an atomic clock, and there you go, you're good to go. Just simply wind the crown, screw the crown back in to the case to ensure that superior water resistance, thanks to the twin lock waterproofness system here. Alright, so what makes all of this work on the inside? It is the 3230 made in-house by Rolex, the 3230 manufacturer caliber from Rolex. Can't see through the case back because you do have the added security of the full steel case back. Nice time brush finish on there as well. And this basically shares the newer movements of the Oyster Perpetual line, or in other words, basically a Datejust, the modern Datejust without the date functionality there just gives you the time that's all you really need, alright. It has the plus or minus two seconds per day time differential after case, giving it that's a primitive chronometer certification as printed on every Rolex style, including this one. It has the center hour, minute, and seconds hands. What the stop seconds for precise time setting, which I had just demonstrated with the crown functions and movements that has the paramagnet Blue Parachrome Hairspring with the high-performance Paraflex shock absorbers on the inside. I mean that you can get relatively close to magnets or magnetized surfaces, potentially magnetized surfaces like circuitry and the like, and you can also take a few bumps here and there they'll be keeping track of time just fine no need to worry about the timekeeping ability. On the inside, you can't see it, but it does have a center mounted self winding perpetual rotor, meaning that you can simply wind the watch up on your first day, set the time properly and simply wearing it throughout the day will keep the watch wound thanks to your natural wrist movements with the central mounted rotor spinning around and winds up that main spring barrel. So it actually keeps it all the way up to the approximate 70 hour power reserve, meaning that you can set this down on a Friday evening, pick it back up on a Monday morning race to conduct business, or, you know, when you're ready to go exploring literally and no need to wind the watch, just wear your watch for the full day after picking it up after a couple of days, it's basically a three-day power reserve. You're not going to need to wind it if you wear this every other day, for example, alright. Now, take a look at the bracelet here as seen in the Oyster Perpetual line, full set and brush finished Lynx oyster style bracelet as well with the three-piece links across, alright, nicely, fully integrated into the lugs of this case here, gentle taper down to not to the oyster folding class, but the oyster safety class. So simply lift from the bottom of the crown to open the safety and then lift from the top to open the class up. And there you go, that's how you open it up. You also have the Rolex stamp logo on the inside. My camera liked to focus, there we go. And you know that you're dealing with a full still construction here, sat in brush finishing on all of its outside with a nice high Polish underneath. And speaking of underneath, there's also the easy link five millimeter extension. So if you happen to be a little bit dehydrated or, you know, or like, and you just pound maybe two liters of water all at once while your wrist is going to swell naturally as happens with everybody, happens to me, happens to you, happens to everybody. It's just a minute adjustment. So all you need to do reach under here, pull it straight out of the class and there you go. That's another half oyster link, just so you can continue to wear this without having to take it off or what the general discomfort of wearing a tourniquet on your wrist. And when you no longer need it, just simply fold it back in on itself, press it back into the class, you're good to go. No need to worry about that, alright. And while I'm here, I can try it on and give you my thoughts as to how it wears on my wrist. At least seven inches in circumference. Alright, so with full logs, a bit loose, but if you know me from my videos, I do like the 36 millimeter case size. It's the sweet spot for me, at least, seven inches in circumference for my wrist, a good framing from the 12 and six o'clock sides of that integrated bracelet. So you can see, so I can basically see the entire presentation here, you know, back up a bit I can see even more, things to, you know, basically how optics works. Right now, taking a look at it face on very easy to read. That's basically the Explorer. That's what it's known for, ease of reading so you can use it even in low light situations and in daylight even easier. Taking a look at it down the wrist here sits very nicely on my wrist. Seven inches in circumference as again, and a little bit of space under these logs and that's fine because, you know, I can't say no to extra breathability. These oyster links have plenty of space among them with, and with Rolex zero tolerance for their bracelets, they basically, they don't wobble at all. So it won't be pinching your wrist, your skin, or pulling the hairs out at all. And it just feels very good on the wrist. It's not too terribly heavy, but it's slightly noticeable. If you're not used to wearing watches. If you wear a watch regularly, you won't even notice it, it's incredibly light and certainly that has a going for it. And with that, you know, the overall high Polish bezel here, it's not going for, you know, absolutely highest level of looks like a Datejust with a fluted bezel or even a diamond bezel. But it's going for the practical purpose of, you know, basically highlighting, making that highest contrast between the case and at the dial, and then the dial color versus the hour marks. As you can see incredibly elegant, it's still stylish and very practical its applications there, but you know, it just looks plain good and that's about it for me. If you guys have any thoughts on this one, the new 2021 version of the Explorer from Rolex, let us know down in the comments below and be sure to like this video hit subscribe if you haven't already and hit the bell notification so you can be notified when we go live with another video like this one. And as always, if you'd like to purchase this watch brand new 2021, we can get it for you now pretty easily. Just click the links down below, go to our website at where you can see it, the high res images as well as purchase one for yourself. If the 39 millimeter is too big for you, 36 is just right. Now's the time to get it. 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