Invest on Rolex Milgauss in 2020

We all know that in the world of luxury replica watches, nothing holds its value better than Rolex. The reputation of the brand is so incredibly strong and the quality of its output so high that Rolex models enjoy some of the best investment performance across the industry. Of course, some companies do better than others, and their investment performance is based on many different elements. Factors such as scarcity, popularity, and condition all play a big role in the overall value of a watch, which is why classic replica Rolex Daytona, GMT-master, and Submariner are really not cheap.
These names have traditionally been overshadowed by other, more prominent names. There has long been a small but underappreciated subset of products collectively known as the forgotten Rolex watches that have been cleverly manufactured and never received as much attention as the brand’s heavyweights. Watches such as the Air-King, Explorer, and Oyster Perpetual all qualify, but perhaps the most interesting, and unusual model – both from a collector and investment standpoint is the Rolex Milgauss. cheap replica watches
The Rolex Milgauss first released in 1956, during what was the busiest and most inventive time in the brand’s history. Its introduction followed on heals the launch of the Explorer, Submariner, GMT-Master, and Day-Date – and therein lies the most likely cause for why it subsequently gets lost in the crowd.
Those other models all had highly attractive backstories or target markets; the Explorer was made to celebrate the conquering of Everest, the Submariner catered to the new craze for scuba diving, the Milgauss’s party piece was somewhat less exciting. It was designed for scientists, medical technicians, and those who worked in the presence of strong magnetic fields, the number one foe of mechanical replica watches.
Through the use of a second, internal case, and with a dial made of soft iron, which together formed a Faraday cage, the watch was able to withstand electromagnetic forces of up to 1,000 gausses. Actually, that is where it derived its name, with me being the French for 1,000, and gauss being the unit of magnetic flux density.
Impressive though it all was, fake Rolex Milgauss sales were rather lackluster, and many consumers opted for one of the brand’s high-profile sports watches. It was surely a problem of the image rather than aesthetics. The first two references of the Rolex Milgauss were practically indistinguishable from the early Submariner watches, even down to their black rotating bezel. However, the second model was given a particular design flourish in the shape of a lightning bolt seconds hand, but it still didn’t seem to help.
While Rolex’s dive watch flew off the shelves, its scientist’s model stalled. In 1960, the ref. 1019 emerged with a different stylistic identity. A plain and simple three-handle, rotating bezel was replaced with a fixed polished replacement and the second hand returned to a more traditional shape.