Replica Rolex Milgauss Review
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I’m back with another replica Rolex watch review. Today I’ll be reviewing the replica Rolex Milgauss watch.
Here with have another minimalist watch from Rolex(like the replica Rolex Cellini , I’m more of a fan of the simplistic models, they feel more luxurious to me than the Rolexs which have busy faces(I know the dials have their uses!)
Rolex Milgauss History
The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Milgauss was introduced in 1956 with the model number 6541. The Milgauss was originally designed for those who work in nuclear power and medical facilities where electromagnetic fields can cause regular watches to malfunction.
The post-2007 Rolex Milgauss models are equipped with a magnetic allow and movement encased by a magnetic shield.
The name Milgauss is derived from mille, which means 1000 in Latin, and gauss, which is the unit that magnetic fields are measured in. It’s aptly named due to its ability to withstand 1000 gauss.
Originally it was very similar to the Replica Rolex Submariner with an oversize bezel and case with the twinlock crown.
Due to the low sales of the Milgauss, it has become a sought after watch in all Rolex collectors, only more reason to own a replica Rolex Milgauss, as they can fetch out $30,000 at auction.
Replica Rolex Milgauss Models
I personally own the rl191, a nice simplistic black face and silver bracelet goes with almost any outfit, the Replica Rolex Milgauss is a very versatile watch, in the sense that it can be dressed up or down, it goes really well with any casual or formal outfit in my opinion.
The rl79 is also sleek in my opinion. For real authenticity though you want the nylon strap models, the bamford blue Milgauss is my favourite among this bunch, anyone from the scientific community will respect you with one of these babies on your wrist.
Thanks for reading my replica Rolex Milgauss Review. Should you buy a replica Rolex Milgauss? If you like simplistic watches, then yes. Minimalistic watches are a rarity among the Rolex line and this is definitely my favourite.
Thanks for reading, and as always, stay classy.