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Style Pursuits Clothing Footwear Accessories Kitchen & Home Watches Grooming Home » Watches » Used Rolex Explorer I and II Buyer’s Guide Used Rolex Explorer I and II Buyer’s Guide 23 Dec, 2016  in Watches  tagged explorer / explorer ii / rolex by Nick John

The Explorer is the watch enthusiast’s Rolex — a beautifully made watch that has all the classic Rolex styling without the obviousness of a Submariner, GMT Master or Datejust. In this article we’ll be teaching you everything you need to know about purchasing a used Rolex Explorer, and even how to spot a fake.

Ever since James Bond first checked his Rolex Submariner in Dr. No , watch enthusiasts around the world (as well as people of all backgrounds with cash to spare) have made owning the iconic watch one of their priorities.

To many professionals, buying a Submariner signals that you’re doing well in life — that you’ve “made it.” But there’s another Rolex that’s worth consideration — one that’s a little more subtle, significantly less common and (in our opinion) much better looking than the Submariner.

That watch is the Rolex Explorer. Sold in two varieties, the Explorer is the watch enthusiast’s Rolex — a beautifully made watch that has all the classic Rolex styling without the obviousness of a Submariner, GMT Master or Datejust.

The Explorer, particularly the Explorer 1 , is also one of the most affordable men’s watches Rolex makes, making it a great buy if you’re looking for a watch that delivers the Rolex experience with a significantly lower price tag than other watches.

There are numerous variations of the Rolex Explorer out there, from the vintage 1016 Explorer I and the iconic 1655 “ McQueen” Explorer II to the far more common 14270, 114270 and 214270 Explorer I models and 16550, 16570 and 216570 Explorer II models.

In this guide, we’re going to cover every aspect of buying a new or used Rolex Explorer. You’ll learn:

How the Explorer I and Explorer II have evolved over the years Which models command a premium and which models are available at low prices Where and how to buy a new Rolex Explorer I or II at the lowest possible price Where and how to buy a used Rolex Explorer I or II at the lowest possible price How the most common Rolex Explorer fakes differ from authentic models (with side-by-side comparison images to help you avoid being sold a replica Explorer) Some of the most common pitfalls with used Explorers and how they can be avoided

Ready to start? Buckle up, because this is a long and detailed guide. However, if you’re looking for a used Explorer I or II and want to avoid being ripped off (either by overpaying or being sold a replica) it’s worth the read.

How the Explorer I and II have evolved over the years

Most watch enthusiasts are familiar with the story of the Rolex Explorer. For those who aren’t, we’ll quickly cover the key points behind the Explorer’s introduction in the 1950s and the later launch of the Explorer II in the 1970s.

The Rolex Explorer (widely known as the Explorer I )

In 1953, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay reached the summit of Mount Everest — a new frontier in human exploration. While there’s some debate about what type of watch Hillary wore at the summit, most watch historians agree he at least carried a Rolex Oyster on the mission.

To commemorate Hillary and Norgay’s historic achievement, Rolex developed the Explorer — a modified version of the Rolex Oyster watches used during the Everest expedition. This version of the Explorer was a minimalistic tool watch designed more for legibility than luxury.

Here’s a beautiful photograph of the original Rolex Explorer, courtesy of Rolex.com:

Just like there’s some dispute over the first watch to reach the summit of Everest, there’s some dispute over the original Explorer model number.

The first “Explorer” Rolex produced had the model number 6150, but lacked the Explorer name until after the successful 1953 Everest expedition. Rolex made this version of the Explorer until 1959, when it was discontinued in favor of a new Explorer: the 6610.

Both of the Explorer models listed above are rare collector’s pieces, and generally can’t be found at reasonable prices.

In 1963, Rolex introduced one the longest running version of the Explorer — a new watch with the Calibre 1560 movement behind the dial.

Rolex assigned this version of the Explorer the 1016 reference number, and sold it in a largely unmodified form until 1989. This version of the Explorer is a major collector’s piece today, and is extremely difficult to find in decent condition for less than $7,000.

In 1989, Rolex updated the Explorer, giving it a more luxurious and modern appearance with white gold numerals and indices. This version of the Explorer had a 36mm case and a model reference number of 14270. The 14270 Explorer is easy to find on the used market.

In 2001 , Rolex updated the Explorer with the 114270. This model is almost visually identical to the 14270, aside from a select few changes to the case, the dial printing, and the material used to illuminate the dial.

The 114270 also received a new movement — the Rolex Caliber 3130. The 114270 Explorer is also easy to find on the used market.

As tastes changed and the trend for men’s sports watches moved towards larger cases, Rolex updated the Explorer again. The Explorer 214270 was introduced in 2010 and sported a larger 39mm case, solid case links and solid white gold three, six and nine numerals.

It also received a new movement — the Calibre 3132. The 2010 era 214270 Explorer is fairly easy to find on the used market, although it’s not quite as common as the 90s Explorers.

Finally, Rolex updated the 214270 Explorer in 2016. Confusingly, the new watch doesn’t have a new reference number — in all official documents, it’s still called the 214270. To make this guide easier to understand, we’ll refer to it as the Explorer 214270 Mk2 .

Here’s a photo of the 214270, again courtesy of Rolex.com, showing its dial and appearance:

Rolex made several changes to the Explorer Mk2, most of which are cosmetic. This version of the Explorer has luminous paint on its three, six and nine indexes, as well as a longer hands to properly reach the dial’s hour indexes and minute track.

The 214270 Mk2 is the latest version of the Explorer, and as such it’s the most expensive on the used market. This is also the only version of the Explorer 1 that you can buy new from a Rolex authorized dealer.

The Rolex Explorer II

Rolex introduced the Explorer II in 1971, intending the watch to act as a tool for speleologists in need of a 24-hour timepiece for use in dark caves. This version of the Explorer featured a larger case, a sportier look and a 24-hour hand and non-rotating bezel.

It also had a completely different movement from the Explorer — a Caliber 1570, as used in the GMT-Master. Rolex produced this version of the Explorer II with the reference number 1655 for the entire 1970s and half of the 1980s before updating it in 1985.

The 1655 Explorer II is a popular collector’s watch today and commands a premium price on the used market. Expect to pay $13,000+ for an Explorer II 1655 in good condition.

In 1985, Rolex updated the Explorer II with the introduction of the 16550 model. This version of the Explorer II had a new sapphire crystal, a new dial, a new 24-hour hand and other updated design features. It was also available with a white dial in addition to the original black.

Rolex produced the 16550 until 1989, giving this model a short four-year production life. One of the reasons Rolex may have discontinued the 16550 is due to a fading issue with the paint used on the white dial models. Over time, many of these models faded from white to a “cream” color.

Because the 16550 was only available for four years, it’s considered a rare model. Faded “cream” versions of the 16550 Explorer II are popular with Rolex collectors and sell for a premium on the used market.

In 1989, Rolex released the Explorer II 16570, which used a new Caliber 3185 movement. This model of the Explorer II featured updated hour markers and hands. Rolex produced this version of the Explorer II for over 20 years before finally updating it in 2011.

Because the Explorer II 16570 was produced for such a long period, it’s by far the easiest version of the Rolex Explorer II to find on the used market .

Finally, after 22 years of the 16570, Rolex updated the Explorer II in 2011. The new 216570 has a larger 42mm case (previous Explorer II models had a 40mm case), an orange 24-hour hand, a solid center link Oyster bracelet and a completely new 3187 movement.

Courtesy of Rolex.com, here’s a look at the latest design of the Explorer II — the 216570:

The 216570 is the newest version of the Explorer II, and as such it’s the only version that can be purchased new from Rolex authorized dealers. Compared to the older Explorer II models, the 216570 sells at a significant premium on the used market.

Which used Rolex Explorer models offer the best value?

Rolex watches are famous for retaining their value, and neither the Explorer and Explorer II are exceptions to the rule. However, certain models of the Explorer I and II are undervalued on the used market and can be snapped up for a fraction of the price of others if you’re a smart buyer.

In our opinion, the best versions of the Rolex Explorer I from a value-for-money perspective are the 14270 and 114270. Of these two, the 14270 is usually the cheapest because of its age and its use of the 3000 automatic movement.

We’ll go into more detail on how to buy these watches for great prices below, but for now, just be aware that you’ll get the best value for money from the 14270 and 114270 Explorer I.

For the Explorer II, you’ll want to look for the 16570. This is the most produced and popular of all the Explorer II models, making it the easiest to find at a great price on the used market.

How to buy a new Rolex Explorer at the lowest price

Buying a new Rolex Explorer is simple: just walk into any Rolex authorized dealer and buy one.

Buying a new Rolex Explorer at a good price is a little more complicated. Because Rolex places strict limitations on what prices its dealers can offer to customers, you will never get the best price on an Explorer I or Explorer II by buying in person from an authorized dealer.

If an authorized dealer is caught offering a discount on any Rolex watch, there’s a serious risk of them losing their AD status. Rolex is infamous in the watch industry for “policing” its dealers and penalizing those that discount.

As a result, it’s unlikely you’ll get far by negotiating with an authorized dealer. Any discounts you do get will be relatively modest — something in the range of 5-10% off the retail price, or perhaps a slightly larger discount if you run into a flexible authorized dealer.

By far the best way to buy a new Rolex Explorer at the lowest price is to shop online. All of the websites listed below sell new Rolex Explorer I and II models at prices below the retail prices set by Rolex, often significantly below the retail price:

Note: The prices listed below are current as of December 2016. All of the stores below sell real, authentic Rolex watches.

For reference, the current retail price for the Rolex Explorer I is $6,550 USD. The retail price for the Rolex Explorer II is $8,100 USD.

Jomashop sells the Explorer I for $5,295 (19% off retail) and the Explorer II for $6,995 (14% off retail) . The Explorer II Black Dial is available for $6,675 (18% off retail) . Amazon.com occasionally sells Rolex watches at significant discounts. The Explorer I can be seen here  and the Explorer II is available in black or   white .

Of all the websites selling new, authentic Rolex Explorers we’ve compared, Jomashop always seems to have the best prices. However, it’s worth checking Amazon, as you can occasionally stumble onto a bargain if there are only a few discounted Explorer I or II models left in stock.

How to buy a used Rolex Explorer at the lowest price

If you’d like to avoid spending $5,200 or more for an Explorer I or $6,600+ for an Explorer II, the best place to shop is the used market. There is a huge market for used Rolex watches, many of which are sold in excellent condition with their original box, booklet and warranty card.

Since most Rolex sports watches barely change (at least in terms of appearance) over time, an Explorer from 20 years ago can look almost identical to an Explorer bought new from a dealer in the last few weeks. The only difference is the price — a used one is as much as 40% less to buy.

Buying a used expensive watch, particularly from a brand that’s commonly faked, can be a fairly stressful experience. Luckily, there are websites out there that specialize in used Rolex watches and take careful measures to verify the watches they sell.

We’ve listed the most common pre-owned Rolex dealers below, with links that specifically point to their selection of Explorer I and Explorer II models. We’ve also provided a brief description of each dealer, with the average price you should expect to pay for a used Explorer I or II in 2016.

Bob’s Watches

Bob’s Watches is the largest dealer of used Rolex watches on the Internet. Bob’s has the largest inventory of all of the dealers we tested and offers a huge variety of Explorer I and II watches for sale at different price points.

You can click here to see the Rolex Explorer watches available at Bob’s Watches . Last time we checked, there were about 10 Explorers available, ranging from older 14270 models to some of the newer 39mm Explorer I models and 216570 Explorer II models.

As a general rule, prices at Bob’s are fair but not fantastic. Expect to pay from $4,300 to $4,500 for a 36mm Explorer I and $5,000+ for a 39mm version. For an Explorer II, expect to pay about $4,600 to $4,800 for older 16570 models and $6,300+ for the newer 216570.

In general, Bob’s watches sells good quality used Rolex Explorer I and II models at prices that are slightly above the used market rate. Expect to pay $400-$600 more than you would for the same watch in an eBay auction.

Beckertime (Explorer II only)

BeckerTime is one of the web’s largest used Rolex sellers, trading upwards of $13 million worth of watches every year. Like Bob’s Watches, they’re a reliable company that carefully inspects all of the watches they sell to make sure they’re authentic.

Strangely, Beckertime only lists Explorer II models on its website. You can click here to see the Rolex Explorer II watches available for sale . Beckertime usually has 15-20 different Explorer II models up for sale at any one time.

Priced on Beckertime start from around $4,400 for used Explorer II 16570 models, putting it in a slightly lower price bracket than Bob’s Watches. Newer 42mm 216570 models start from around $6,600 without boxes and papers.

Overall, Beckertime sells good quality used Rolex Explorer II models (although Explorer I watches are strangely lacking), but like Bob’s Watches, charges a $500+ margin for most of its watches compared to the used auction market.

Amazon.com (Recommended)

Not many people know this, but Amazon has a great marketplace for used watches. Amazon’s certified pre-owned program means that all sorts of used luxury watches are available at good prices and with Amazon’s world famous return policy.

Amazon is our recommended source for used Rolex Explorer I and II watches. Prices for used Explorer I and II models are quite significantly  lower on Amazon than Bob’s Watches and Beckertime, and Amazon’s strict controls on sellers means the risk of getting a fake is zero.

This is because many Rolex dealers sell their certified pre-owned stock directly on Amazon. For example, Explorer I 14270 models are available from $3,995 each with free shipping throughout the USA — $300 less than on Bob’s Watches and other private watch dealer websites.

Finding a great deal on Amazon can take some time, since Amazon lists each variation of Rolex watch separately. This means that the 14270, 114270 and 214270 Explorer I models all sell via separate pages in Amazon’s system. We’ve added links to search for these models below:

Click here to search for used Explorer I 14270 watches on Amazon Click here to search for used Explorer I 114270 watches on Amazon Click here to search for used Explorer I 214270 watches on Amazon

On average, the prices we found on Amazon were about 10% lower than those offered by other used Rolex dealers. Most also come with free shipping throughout the USA and easy returns if you’re not satisfied with them after your purchase.

To search for used Rolex Explorer II watches on Amazon, you can use the links below:

Click here to search for used Explorer II 16570 watches on Amazon Click here to search for used Explorer II 216570 watches on Amazon

Through some searching and comparing on Amazon, we were able to find a used Explorer I in near perfect condition for $3,995 shipped within the continental USA. We also found an almost perfect Explorer II (rated 96/100 by WatchFacts) listed for sale at $4,119.

Of the three biggest used Rolex dealers on the internet, Amazon is our recommendation. The selection of Explorer I and II models is the best, the prices are the lowest by 5 to 10% on average, and Amazon’s customer service and return policies are second to none.

eBay.com (Not recommended)

Ebay has a thriving used watch community, and prices here are generally in line with what you’ll find on Amazon. If you’re searching for a bargain Explorer I or II and can’t find the right price on Amazon.com, eBay is usually worth a quick look.

Prices for used watches on eBay are obviously set by the sellers, so you can snap up some big savings if you’re willing to be patient. Just be aware that fakes are rife on eBay, and that there’s a real risk of that bargain priced Explorer II 16570 you pick up not being completely genuine.

If you plan on using eBay to buy a used Rolex Explorer (or other used Rolex, for that matter) it’s worth paying close attention to the next section of our buyer’s guide.

Real vs. fake: Comparing a real Explorer I to a replica

Over the last decade, replica watches (or, as most of us know them, fake watches) have grown from cheap, obvious copies into near perfect replicas. Since Rolex is by far the most well known luxury watch brand, used marketplaces like eBay are rife with fakes posing as the real deal.

Although the Explorer I and II aren’t the most popular models for replica manufacturers, fakes of these two watches still pop up frequently online. These fakes are often disturbingly similar to the originals — at least on the outside — making it easy to get swindled by a dishonest seller.

Below, we’ve compared a particularly high quality replica Explorer I and a real Explorer I side by side to show you how good modern fakes can be. This is not an endorsement of the quality of replica watches (as most use cheap internal movements) but a warning of what is out there.

In the photo below, we’ve compared a real Rolex Explorer I 16270 to a Chinese-made replica:

You can click on this image to expand it and view it at its full resolution. To an untrained eye, the two watches are almost completely identical. However, there are a few giveaways:

The edges of the indexes and numbers on the fake (right), don’t shine as they do on the real Rolex Explorer I. This is because most replicas use stainless steel instead of white gold to save money and produce a similar looking watch at a lower cost. The thickness of the crown is different. The real Explorer I (left) has a thin, sleek crown that matches the case and dial of the watch in proportion, while the fake uses a thicker crown that doesn’t fit in as naturally. The thickness of the seconds markers is different. The real Rolex Explorer I has lightly printed, precise seconds markers that match the rest of the dial. The replica has thick, less clearly defined seconds markers that give it away as a fake. Finally, the quality of the printed ROLEX logo and model name on the replica aren’t as good as on the genuine watch.

As you can see, while there are tells that a replica isn’t the real deal, they can be very hard to spot. This is why we generally don’t recommend buying a used Explorer I (or any other Rolex watch) on eBay and other largely unregulated marketplaces.

Real vs. fake: Comparing a real Explorer II to a replica

Just like the Explorer I, the Explorer I (in particular, the 16570 and newer 216570 model) is a popular target of replica watch copiers. On used marketplaces like eBay, there’s a serious risk that the perfectly priced Explorer II you discover could be a cleverly disguised Chinese copy.

Most replica Rolexes have exteriors that look somewhat similar, save for a few small tells. But on the inside, the high quality Swiss movement is switched out for an inexpensive, poorly made Chinese movement that’s unlikely to last for longer than a year.

In the photo below, we’ve compared a real Rolex Explorer II 216570 to a Chinese-made replica:

You can click on this image to expand it and view it at its full resolution. Like with the Explorer I in the above photograph, to an untrained eye, the two watches are almost completely identical.

However, there are a few giveaways in the right photo:

The alignment of the hour markers, and particularly the 12 o’clock marker at the top of the dial, is rough and imperfect. The thickness of the hands, particularly the hours hand, isn’t the same as on the genuine Explorer II. Just like the Explorer I replica above, the crown is wider and thicker on the replica watch than on the genuine timepiece.

Telling a convincing replica apart from a genuine Rolex Explorer II can be tough, especially if it’s a modern fake. The best way to avoid being sold a replica is to buy from trusted dealers such as Amazon.com , Bob’s Watches or Beckertime .

Although you will likely pay a slight premium over eBay listings, you’ll have the confidence that you’re buying a real Rolex Explorer instead of a deceptive copy.

The Rolex Explorers are Great Watches — Enjoy Yours!

Whether you choose the classy and understated Explorer I or the more rugged and adventurous Explorer II, all of the Rolex Explorer models we’ve listed above are great additions to your wrist.

These watches are the most underrated in Rolex’s catalog, combining classic styling and great features without the “seen it on every other wrist” factor of the Submariner or the glitz and bling of the Day-Date.

If you like understated, timeless style, you’ll love Rolex’s Explorer line. And with our buying tips above, you’ll be able to pick up a mint condition used Explorer I or II at a fraction of the cost of buying a new one from a Rolex authorized dealer.

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