Rolex “Pepsi” watches — or, GMT-Master and GMT-Master II models with red and blue bezels — are some of the most iconic watch models ever made. As such, they demand a pretty penny on the secondhand market; models from the ’50s and ’60s can go anywhere from $10,000 to $20,000, while a version from the ’80s currently hovers around $8,000. If you don’t have that kind of cash, you might consider this lookalike from Deep Blue, a watch manufacturer founded in 2007. It features Super-LumiNova lume on hours markers and hands, scratch-resistant sapphire glass crystal with antireflective coating and Seiko’s NH36 automatic mechanical movement. It’s water-resistant to 300 meters and, right now, will only run you $220 ($79 off retail price) when you purchase from Huckberry.
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