It does. Part of that may be the Rolex's 'male' endlink, which makes the watch unnecessarily long.
They may act annoyed, but inside they are glad for the break to catch their breath! You were only thinking of them!😆
Bingo: it has an "under-the-radar" look that makes it really appealing for "real life".
Actually I bought the Ranger the same day I put my name down for the Explorer 40. After 5-1/2mo I got the call for the Rolex. In many respects I like the Ranger better: the Tudor t-fit clasp is better than the easy-link; The Ranger's lume is better; I prefer the brushed finish of the Ranger. The Explorer is beautiful, but the Ranger has an understated, consistent tooly vibe I really like. Having said all that, I have been wearing the Rolex almost every day since I got it. 🤔 Btw, the Explorer "40" is actually a bit under 39mm, so they are the same size.
That's super sweet
I used to worry about that, but I have since accumulated several Sinns and Omegas with coating on the outside. Hasn't been an issue.
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