Rocking the “batgirl” going into the weekend!

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No better choice DH!

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Somebody school me please, what is the difference between the "Batman" and the "Batgirl" Rollies?

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SimonB

Somebody school me please, what is the difference between the "Batman" and the "Batgirl" Rollies?

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Thanks a bunch. So basically it's Oyster=Batman and Jubilee=Batgirl. What happens if you change the bracelet a OysterFlex or one of @Max new Zero straps, does that make it a KnightWing? 🧐

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SimonB

Thanks a bunch. So basically it's Oyster=Batman and Jubilee=Batgirl. What happens if you change the bracelet a OysterFlex or one of @Max new Zero straps, does that make it a KnightWing? 🧐

So the Rolex market was tad bit different in 2019. Believe it or not, when this released, no one liked this GMT on jubilee. There was alot of hate towards it, thinking it looked “feminine”, and everyone kept complaining about it.

The previous generation, was available on the oyster only, which was nicknamed “Batman”. Other than the bracelet, it had a few cosmetic differences including a different movement. That watch/reference is the Batman.

The haters, believing the new version looked feminine, decided to call the version on jubilee the batgirl going into 2020.

It wasn’t until 2021 (I think) that Rolex rereleased the BLNR with the updated movement on the oyster.

The original Batman is the previous generation GMT, while the new one is updated with the coronet at 6 o’clock and new movement.

The new version technically is NOT the Batman.

This probably caused more confusion 😂

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DH_NYC

So the Rolex market was tad bit different in 2019. Believe it or not, when this released, no one liked this GMT on jubilee. There was alot of hate towards it, thinking it looked “feminine”, and everyone kept complaining about it.

The previous generation, was available on the oyster only, which was nicknamed “Batman”. Other than the bracelet, it had a few cosmetic differences including a different movement. That watch/reference is the Batman.

The haters, believing the new version looked feminine, decided to call the version on jubilee the batgirl going into 2020.

It wasn’t until 2021 (I think) that Rolex rereleased the BLNR with the updated movement on the oyster.

The original Batman is the previous generation GMT, while the new one is updated with the coronet at 6 o’clock and new movement.

The new version technically is NOT the Batman.

This probably caused more confusion 😂

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This is a lot of good information bro. Hell I had to Google BLNR🤣. I may never own a Rolex, but it helps to have the knowledge for meet ups.

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SimonB

This is a lot of good information bro. Hell I had to Google BLNR🤣. I may never own a Rolex, but it helps to have the knowledge for meet ups.

Never say never.