What better way to keep track of time in Cuba when fighting in South America - Rolex GMT
His friend and leader, Fidel Castro always wore two Rolexes at once.
While in Cuba, Castro appointed Che President of the National Bank of Cuba. As Che was often away on state visits to the UN, China, Russia, he needed the GMT to keep track of the time in Cuba.
It seemed natural that a guerrilla fighter should have a GMT. That way, he could keep time in the jungles of the Congo and Bolivia while knowing what time it was at home.
After leaving Cuba to start revolutions in other countries, the CIA finally caught up to him. He was captured in Bolivia and executed. The CIA operative, Felix Rodriguez, took Che’s watch after his death.
Che's sturdy and reliable timepiece is reportedly still in Felix Rodriguez's possession and is still working
How much do you think that GMT is worth???