If you are like me, you like to color coordinate your watches and watch bands. Even if you only have one Rolex, buying a few different bands will make you feel like you have a brand new watch. Here are a few watches come in different shades of greens, as well as go great with a few different Everest bands.
The first immaculate watch we are looking at is the GMT Master II 116718LN. It first came out back in 2005 as part of a anniversary series. It comes in 18k solid yellow gold and the dial is a special commemorative emerald green. It’s original bracelet is also gold, but you could think about a few different bands that would match its style. Our black curved end rubber band with tang buckle would compliment the gold and green and it feels great on your wrist. It also comes in a green if you looking to go completely green.
Now if gold isn’t totally your thing, the Submariner 116610LV will fit you and your style like a glove. When this came out it marked the 50th birthday of the Rolex diving watch collection so it’s a special watch in Rolex history. The stainless steel version has a green dial that has a nice touch of white luminescent markers. The bezel reflects those same green and white colors for a luxurious look. Our tan leather curved end strap would make a perfect partner for your green submariner or really any submariner. Made with Italian vegetable tanned calf leather, you won’t find any better leather than this.
You know I had to save the best for last with the Day-Date 36 118138. Often referred to as ‘The President’s Watch,’ it is one of the most prestigious of Rolexes that you can buy. It was only ever made in 18k gold or 950 platinum, so if you have your hands on this guy, I’m jealous. A little history fact, the Day-Date was the first wristwatch to show the day written out as well as the date, hence the name. It comes with a green leather band and the dial is a deep green. We don’t currently offer a band for this watch but stay tuned, our designers are constantly coming up with new beautiful bands.
Now you have the best info on which Everest band to invest in, and which ones to buy this holiday season. As your Everest style expert, I’ll be doing a few more color recommendations as we get closer to the end of the year.