Joining the Rolex Sea-Dweller 4000 for debut at this year’s BaselWorld 2014 is a new GMT-Master II. One of the most highly anticipated releases of the year, the two-tone red and blue ceramic is a first of its kind. Until Rolex came up with a way of manufacturing the look, many considered it impossible, but that’s just exactly why Rolex did it. To achieve the look, Rolex identified a process to chemically change the composition of each grain of ceramic perfectly enough to present a sharp color and delineate the split halfway around. The GMT Master is a watch tuned for pilots, worn by serious travellers, and loved by professionals who fly around the world, with a look that echoes the first GMT-Master bezel of 1955. It’s powered by a cal. 3186 movement with a Parachrom hairspring with Breguet overcoil encased within a bezel made of solid 19k white gold 40mm sport case with a deep black dial. We don’t have availability or pricing information yet, but we do have plenty more pictures after the click. Head to the Rolex homepage to learn more.