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Hi,

I just received an Explorer II for XMAS from my wife. I don't quite understand the 24 hour bezel and how the red hand works for multiple time zones. Does Rolex post instruction manuals anywhere so I can learn the cool functions of my new watch?
 

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Hi,

I just received an Explorer II for XMAS from my wife. I don't quite understand the 24 hour bezel and how the red hand works for multiple time zones. Does Rolex post instruction manuals anywhere so I can learn the cool functions of my new watch?

Congrats and welcome to the Rolex Forum!

Did you watch not come with a manual or are you having trouble understanding it?
 

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LarryR:

As John states, the E2 comes with a manual, and Mr. Hannes also posted some instructions as well. If you still have questions, just ASK!!!! We are always willing to help. BTW, I noticed you are new around here, so:

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Thanks everyone,

My wife purchased the watch from a watch reseller, not an AD. The place is quite reputable locally here though oddly, it did not come with a manual.

In any case, the assistance and specific examples were exactly what I needed. It really now makes perfect sense as to how the multi-time zone and 24 bezel work together.

I am new to the Rolex family and experiences like the hlep just provided go a long way to keeping me in the fold for a long time and passing on the good will.

Thanks again and happy holidays
 

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Great watch..

congratulations.. The EXP II is my daily wear now days..

It's definitely one I look closely at when I travel (along with the GMT) because of the time zone function.. I've also used it for snorkeling quite a bit... a hundred meter depth rating is plenty..:thumbup1:


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EXP II is a fine watch - congrats, did you get the white or black dial? Fits well on the wrist and love the 2nd time zone hand - black dial will give better lume in IMHO.
 
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