Rolex Milgauss ref. 116400GV – ungetragen aus 2018 Replica Wholesale

  • The Rolex Milgauss Jewels Replica Milgauss, such as all of Rolex’s sports lineup, relies on their famous and omnipresent oyster perpetual case. This is the identical case design employed from the Submariner or in the Explorer versions, but the Rolex Milgauss has been done in a polished 904L steel with a polished sleek bezel that gives it a special character amongst the different members of this Rolex family of game watches. On the back of this Rolex Milgauss, unlike the Submariner but like the Sea-Dweller, there are markings for the version, the newest, and Oyster case.Inside the Rolex Milgauss is the in-house sonic 3131 movement, that while hidden from view, is superbly accurate and sparsely decorated. I have spent weeks sporting it noticing just approximately +/- 1 or 2 seconds difference from my iPhone mention time that I used to place the Rolex Milgauss with the 3131 motion hacking feature. There is no date on the Rolex Milgauss because any cutout on the dial would likely interfere with the functioning of this Faraday cage. Finally, the 3131 movement includes the Rolex Parachrom hairspring which is made out of a highly non-magnetic material, providing additional protection against the omnipresent areas the Rolex Milgauss tries so tough to combat against.The lack of a date cutout also contributes to what’s a just awesomely symmetrical dial; that is easily among my favorite characteristics of this Rolex Milgauss. To begin with, the dial is black with simple baton-like hour markers filled with white Super-Luminova that shine green, though the markers at 3, 6, and 9 are orange-filled and glow blue. At twelve o’clock is a large Rolex coronet under which the Rolex Milgauss version is marked with the common Oyster Perpetual. The hour and minutes hands are similar to the Datejust version and are made from white gold with a thin strip of the white Super-Luminova. On the periphery of the dial is the now common ROLEX ROLEX (…) and one of a kind serial number (at 6 o’clock) laser etched markings which helps with counterfeiting and provides the dial a certain genuineness…

  • The only real novelty of this Z-Blue version is the new dialup, and boy did Rolex get it right. Blue is a simple alternative when a watchmaker wishes to spice things up. It is more versatile than the traditional colours of white, black, and silver, being more casual without being too eccentric. However, this blue is a little different, because this is a Rolex, and Rolex plays by its own rules. In fact, it’s a metallic blue which veers towards green depending on the lighting and the angle at which the light hits the brushed dial.So, what’s it like to wear? For want of a better word, it is just straight pleasure. This is a watch with a whole lot of personality. It’s self-assured, also in complete denial of its preceding unpopularity; scientific, and yet a little immature; rebellious, and so completely rooted in Oyster conventions. But first and foremost, it appears to understand how improbable it is somebody will pick it up for its antimagnetic attributes — but it would not suffer one bit if you tested its immunity to magnetism. The matter is, from a practical standpoint picking a Milgauss is really a very intelligent option. It’s what you expect from Rolex with regard to construct. It’s made with extremely resistant steel, it’s waterproof to 100 meters, antimagnetic to 1,000 gauss (if more, more), powered by a certified Superlative Chronometer movement; and, ultimately, it’s a very good looking timepiece, and it is far from being the most expensive Rolex. For more, see Rolex online.

  • Even though I work close to hefty scientific equipments and various electric apparatus emitting all sorts of magnetic fields, it’s doubtful that I really need the kind of protection the Rolex Milgauss Gauss Replica Milgauss provides, however, it is good to know it’s there. The historic pedigree of this Rolex Milgauss and that it was designed with science in mind make it the perfect timepiece for nerds, like myself, who tend to also love science. It is only the scientists’ view! The narrative of this Milgauss begins with its striking lightning-bolt shaped moments hand. The unusually shaped hand is among the most recognizable and desired characteristics of the first anti-magnetic Rolex, also one which was greatly valued within the small scientific community for whom the opinion was supposed — and it is what a much bigger group of enthusiasts enjoy about the latest model too.The Milgauss began with the lightning bolt, and has it now, but as soon as the second iteration (ref. 1019) adopted a right seconds hand, interest in the Milgauss dropped to the point where Rolex eventually decided to stop producing it. In England, retailers found it hard to find buyers who they began using the watch for a bargaining chip when selling other more popular Oyster models. That is right — at any stage, you could get this watch for almost nothing (and occasionally you did).

  • Just like early versions of Rolex’s diving wristwatch, the original Milgauss now deals for some serious cash, not because it had been among the earliest mainstream antimagnetic wristwatches (consider costs to get a 1950s IWC Ingenieur for comparison) but because of its rarity, and the fact that it’s aged well concerning case proportions and overall design. And because it is an significant part Rolex’s history.Conceived and manufactured by Rolex, the opinion was tested a few miles in the watchmaker’s facilities against magnetic fields up to 1,000 gauss by a few of Switzerland’s most brilliant minds at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). Before it was anybody else, this was their watch.The Milgauss received only one major upgrade during the 20th century in the 1960s, when Rolex introduced the benchmark 1019. The brand new watch presented quite a few modifications, the most obvious being a sleek bezel, new hands and new indexes, and a straight seconds palms finishing in a red tip to replicate the red “Milgauss” line of text. This past one’s significant. Two dial variations were made (three in the event that you count test versions, which do not contain luminous substance) in black or from silver, neither of these together with the honeycomb pattern. Despite its generous 38mm case, the Milgauss never actually found an audience, and Rolex ultimately gave up on the lookout in 1988. Something about it was not quite right. Rolex took a few courageous decisions as it relaunched the Milgauss in 2007, almost 20 years later removing it from their catalogue. Plus it needed to. The organization, which is known for making very subtle changes during long periods of time, took what has been one of its plainest properties and included a healthy dose of colour. For the new version, reference 116400, Rolex moved back into the light bolt shape for the minutes hand, and ditched the clinical and clean polished stainless steel in favour of a bright orange hands.

  • But maybe the best aspects of the dial are these two following features. First, the seconds hand on this particular watch is the totally unique lightning bolt hand that is painted orange. The color contrasts perfectly with the dark dial and matches the discreet seconds markings around the dial (also in crimson). And secondly, to complete the situation, the dial is covered by the uniquely colored crystal fitting the corporate colours of Rolex. The crystal is perfectly clear with hints of green which never overpowers and seem to change intensity based on the angle that you look at the dial or the way that light is reflected on it. Finally, while you wouldn’t assume that green and orange would work well together, it does this in this situation in spades… and this is coming from someone whose color tastes tends to be conservative (read, black and white). The Rolex Milgauss instance is 40mm with lug to lug measurements coming at mere 48mm. As a result, the watch seems rather little which also means it’s going to fit most men. For me, unless I wore one of my larger watches, the 40mm case doesn’t disturb me. Also, since the Rolex Milgauss weighs in at just under 150 g, any smallish feelings tend to vanish quickly since you can definitely believe that you’re wearing a heavy and solidly constructed timepiece. The adjustment of these screwed links is easily done along with the bracelet size can be further slightly adjusted in a cinch with the Easy Link. This is a fantastic Rolex innovation I frequently use. Essentially, it allows the bracelet to grow or shrink by 5mm in a couple of seconds by simply opening the clasp and yanking one end to launch the simple link, or fold it to hide it. The entire thing works just and brilliantly.

  • As a research scientist with a passion for good timepieces, I have always been watching for the opinion that would best suit my life and work pursuits. If you also fit this category, then search no farther than the Rolex Milgauss, and particularly the unique anniversary variant reference 116400GV (“glass verte”) using all the green sapphire glass. It is a watch with a exceptional background that stands out from an all too common Rolex lineup and that has been designed for scientists… Let us explore why is.While I will not offer you a complete record of the Rolex Milgauss, I would like to brush the significant highlights. The Rolex web site and various blog articles do a comprehensive job of documenting the history, specifically this post is one of the better ones I have discovered on its own history.In a nutshell, the Rolex Milgauss premiered in the late 50’s when electricity, electronics, aeronautics, and nuclear technology was bringing about what we now call the technology and information revolution. As a species, we had only discovered the energy of the atom, we’re finally in a place to leave mother ground (albeit for short periods of time), and the number of inventions around transmitting, storing, and changing data, generated a series of revolutions that would forever change mankind.As a consequence of the flood of invention, scientists (and normally everyone) were being exposed to magnetic fields. Not just from the tools used but also from everyday appliances like TV sets, radios, and the numerous new electrified appliances that were making their way to households. Today, other measurements like the Tesla and ampere/meter (1000G = 0.1T = 80,000A/m) are more commonly used.

  • Details

    Basic Info

    Brand Rolex
    Model Milgauss
    Ref. No. 116400GV
    Chrono24-ID 4kf4f9
    Movement Automatic
    Case material Steel
    Bracelet material Steel
    Year 2018
    Condition 0 (unworn)
      New
      With box
      With papers
    Gender Men’s watch/Unisex
    Location Germany, Ingolstadt
    Price 6,590 € (= $8,268)
    Availability Ready to ship in 6-10 days

    Caliber

    Movement Automatic
    Movement/Caliber Rolex cal. 3131
    Power reserve 48 h

    Case

    Case material Steel
    Case diameter 40 mm
    Waterproof 10 ATM
    Material bezel Steel
    Glass Sapphire Glass
    Dial Black
    Dial numerals Arabic numerals

    Bracelet/strap

    Bracelet material Steel
    Bracelet color Steel
    Clasp Fold clasp
    Clasp material Steel

    Others

    Center Seconds, Luminescent Hands, Chronometer, Screw-Down Crown, Only Original Parts, Luminous indexes

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    Rolex Milgauss REF. 1164 00gv

    EU papers from 2018

    Absolutely unworn!

    Works fine

    Complete with Box and papers

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