Here you will find a large selection of Rolex Milgauss watches for sale at bargain prices, hopefully you will find what you are looking for but if not please bookmark this page and check back often as our selection for sale changes hourly.
The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Milgauss watch was introduced by Rolex in 1954. It's name Milgauss comes from the French word mille, which means one thousand, and gauss, which is the unit of the magnetic field.
In 2007, Rolex re-introduced the Milgauss after nearly two decades.
Below you will find a large selection of Rolex Milgauss Watch auctions ending soon on ebay, hopefully you will find a bargain or two amongst them, remember all of these items are current and changing as soon as they sell or end.
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Rolex MilGauss 116400 White box Card Papers Year 2011 MINT
It was designed as an antimagnetic watch for workers in power plants and research labs where electromagnetic fields can cause havoc with the timing of a watch.
The Milgauss is equipped with antimagnetic alloys and encased by a Faraday cage.
The original Milgauss had a similar appearance to the Rolex Submariner, with an over sized case and bezel, and the twinlock crown, also it had a riveted Oyster bracelet.
The Milgauss only had two different models (6541, 1019) but it did go through numerous configuration changes before being discontinued in 1988.
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