Rolex Milgauss’s legendary story began with the unique and rare lightning-shaped second hand, this unusual design is the most easy to identify early Rolex anti-magnetic watch one of the most popular features, not only by the original target groups highly respected by the scientific community , But also for the Milgauss series of the latest products to attract more fans.
The Milgauss watch comes with a lightning-shaped second hand and still remains.
However, in the second iteration, Ref. 1019 with a straight-pin design, consumer interest in Milgauss watch gradually subsided, resulting in the final decision to stop production Rolex. In the UK, retailers find it hard to find buyers who use the Milgauss watch as a bargain-selling chip for other more popular models. Yes, at some point, you can start a Rolex Milgauss watch at a very low price.
As soon as it came out, the Milgauss watch did not seem welcome, but those days are over
Back to history
Milgauss Ref. 6541 The watch was introduced in 1956 with a soft iron inner shell, making it one of the first watches to be exposed to precise magnetic conditions in a strong magnetic field. In fact, the Ref. 6541 is the second Milgauss watch, the first of which is Ref. 6543 (aside from the number). The production of Ref. 6543 is extremely small and has almost no resemblance to subsequent models.
Initially, Milgauss’s design was very similar to high quality rolex replicas another professional model submarine type, the latter known for waterproof, rather than diamagnetic. Like a submarine, the Milgauss features a stainless steel oyster case (technically partial), a bezel marked for scale (which can rotate), a bubble hour marker (a specific position), and perhaps the most important (in the collector’s eyes) Display the name of the single row of red words.
An early Milgauss Ref. 6541 watch
Like the original Rolex dive watches, the original Milgauss watches are mostly worth it today. Not because Milgauss is one of the earliest mainstream anti-magnetic watch, but because of its rare rarity. In fact, Milgauss’s case proportions and overall design are approaching perfection, with more baptism. Moreover, it is also an important part of the history of Rolex.
The Milgauss watch was designed and manufactured by Rolex and is tested for 1,000 Gauss magnetic fields a few miles from the watch factory. The participants came from CERN, who have the brightest minds in Switzerland. Prior to belonging to others, Milgauss watch first and foremost for them.
A Milgauss Ref. 1019 watch with a straight pin design
In the 20th century, Rolex made only one important iteration of the Milgauss luxury replica watches for sale, the introduction of Ref. 1019 in the 1960s. Milgauss Ref. 1019 has been a considerable improvement, most notably the smooth bezel, the new pointer and the timepiece. The second hand to switch to vertical design, red tip echo single row of words “MILGAUSS”, this improvement is very crucial. Ref. 1019 is divided into two dial styles (excluding fluorescent test material), black or silver, are no longer honeycomb pattern decoration. Although Ref. 1019 is 38 mm in diameter and generous in size, it never really found its companion. In 1988, Rolex eventually gave up production.
Modern Milgauss watch (and Z-Blue electro-optic blue watch)
Milgauss Z-Blue electric light blue watch gives this series a new look
After removing it from the product catalog for nearly 20 years, Rolex re-launched the Milgauss watch in 2007 and made a brave decision, perhaps. For a long time, Rolex famous for making subtle improvements, the brand chose one of the most simple products, and to add fresh colors. The new Ref. 116400 returns to the lightning-shaped seconds hand with a bright orange tip for a neat yet slightly icy case, minute tracks and hour markers in the same color. Perhaps the most controversial changes, it is the introduction of green sapphire crystal mirror. Rolex calls it “Glace Verte” (green glass) and claims that the brand is not patentable because it is too difficult to make.
From pointers, dials and mirrors, almost every element of this top swiss replica watches has a glittering glory
Then, in 2014, Rolex added blue dial models, leaving many people lost their mind. For the first time, the Milgauss watch can not only be retail, but also appear at a higher level. All of this is due to the blue dial, which Rolex calls “Z-Blue.”
Oyster bracelet both drawing and polishing chain
The case presents an elegant curvature and is polished and polished
Need to be clear that this watch and other Milgauss Ref. 116400 technically no difference. Equipped with a traditional 40 mm oyster case (polished) and a 904 L stainless steel oyster bracelet (fused and polished), the Caliber 3131 incorporates a self-contained Caliber 3131 caliber that is tested by the Swiss Precision Time Test Center (COSC) With Parachrom balance spring (made of niobium zirconium alloy) and paramagnetic escape wheel (made of nickel-phosphorus alloy), to ensure anti-magnetic properties. The Caliber 3131 self-winding caliber has a power reserve of about 48 hours and powers all modern Milgauss watches (and the new Airbus watch).
This is a downright, rugged Rolex Oyster Watch
Changes in the dial configuration is also minimal. In fact, Rolex has done is to improve on a solid basis. The stick-shaped hourglass, the Chromalight fluorescence (which adds another subtle hue), the bright orange minute track, and the words “Milgauss” are all retained. The new watch and antique watch are very different, but it seems more popular.
Milgauss Z-Blue electric light blue watch with screw-in crown, waterproof up to 100 meters
The only real thing about the Rolex Milgauss Replica Z-Blue watch is the dial. When watchmakers want a different taste, blue is a handy choice. It is more versatile and casual than traditional black, white and silver, but not paranoid. But this blue is a bit unusual because it comes from Rolex, where Rolex develops and enforces its own code of conduct. In fact, this is a metallic blue, depending on the light and angle, the blue of the satin dial will turn green.