The Nomos Tangomat GMT reference 635 features an automatic caliber, steel tempered blue hands, and classic Nomos design language. Unlike the other two featured models, this watch tracks a second time zone without the use of a GMT bezel. Though more expensive than the Tudor GMT at retail, it’s a bargain on the secondary market with examples available for under $3,000.
The Tudor Black Bay GMT features a 41mm steel case with a black domed dial and a self-winding mechanical movement with bidirectional rotor system. Upon release, it was incredibly popular as an affordable alternative to the Rolex GMT-Master II. Our price data indicates that this watch trades at about 6% below listing price on the secondary market.
The Rolex 162710BLNR or “Batgirl” was released in 2013 and was the very first Rolex to feature a two-toned ceramic bezel. It was also the first time Rolex utilized black and blue for a bezel design. The Batgirl is distinctive from the Baman due to the use of a jubilee bracelet. Due to popular demand, it trades at over 50% above the original listing price.