Rolex unveil a new 2022 collection, take a closer look at the new models.

Watches and Wonders 2022 is currently in full swing in Geneva and Rolex has decided to join the party with the unveiling of its new 2022 collection.

Heading up the collection in full spotlight is the long awaited GMT-Master II. Sporting taking on a new color option on its 24-hour Cerachrom bezel with a classic black dial to join the ranks of other icons such as the Pepsi and Coke.

Sharing the spotlight with the GMT-Master is the all new Air King. As you’d expect, the watch comes in an entirely Oystersteel construction with solid links and a matching Oysterclasp. Not much has changed in regards to its aviation-inspired black dial, but its movement has been updated with the calibre 3230, first released in 2020. The movement also provides a power reserve of 70 hours



To Acompany its aviation based collection Rolex also released a new range of seafaring options. Both the hefty Deepsea and more luxurious Yacht-Master models have received updates this year, with the former retaining its robust 44mm size and 12,800 feet depth rating but updated with a brand new calibre 3235 that carries 14 new patented features from the watchmaker while the latter is now available with new materials. An 18k yellow gold option will now be available in 42mm for the first time, while the previously-released white gold option in the same size will now carry a falcon’s eye dial. Both share the same calibre 3235 as the Deepsea.

As usual the 3033 collection retains a whole host of new Datejust, Day-Date and Lady Datejust models offered in 28mm, 31mm, 36mm, 40mm, and 41mm sizes. Materials range from Oystersteel to platinum, white gold, yellow gold and Everose gold with some more luxurious models carrying diamond embellishments.

If your wondering where to buy a Rolex?, then you can head down to the Rolex website to browse the new collection and possibly purchase for those lucky few. And if your wondering whether these Rolex are a good investment, then we all know if you can afford it then its a no brainer.

Check out the full range below.