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Rolex Milgauss Luxury Watch Review

Watchuwant is now WatchBox! Subscribe for the best luxury watch content. The Rolex Milgauss proves that tools watches are cool watches. An understated counterpart to the Oyster divers, GMT, and Chronographs, the Milgauss nevertheless cuts a less formal profile than the Rolex Cellini dress watch lineup. From its origins as an anti-magnetic technologist's timepiece during the mid-1950's the Milgauss has evolved into a refreshingly hip and offbeat member of the Rolex Oyster family. Still a certified Swiss chronometer and hardened against the magnetic flux of high-powered electronics such as computers and speakers, the Milgauss is as practical as it is stylish. Shop Rolex Instagram: WatchBox Reviews Channel: Video and content by Tim Mosso.