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The Complete Rolex Green Milgauss Review

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The Complete Rolex Green Milgauss Review gives an inside look at the inner-workings of the Milgauss. As well as talking in depth about the anti-magnetic movement, watch dial, watch case, and bracelet.

The Oyster Perpetual Milgauss, the watch for those with a passion for the worlds of science and discovery, reconciles strong magnetic fields and chronometric precision.

The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Milgauss is the ultimate watch reference for those with a passion for the worlds of science and discovery. A shield made of ferromagnetic alloys protects the Milgauss‘ movement from magnetic fields of up to 1,000 gauss.

The Milgauss, introduced in 1956, was designed to meet the demands of the scientific community and is capable of withstanding magnetic fields of up to 1,000 gauss. It became known notably as the watch worn by scientists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva. The new-generation Milgauss, introduced in 2007, features several innovative components that enhance protection from magnetic interference.

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#tbt: Roger Federer Shows Off His Rolex Collection

Tennis legend Roger Federer has always had an affinity for Rolex watches so it seems only fitting that he sat down to talk about three of his most treasured watches. Amongst the notable pieces, the Swiss sportsman shows off his Day-Date – a watch he tends to favor for nighttime affairs, as well as a Datejust and a vintage Daytona 6263 from 1981 which he received as a 30th birthday present. With an endless amount of hardware received for his on-court mastery, it seems Federer likes collecting shiny things off of it almost as much as well.

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The five most expensive Patek Philippe watches

Patek Philippe is often considered one of the most prestigious luxury brands in the watch industry, but just how much are they worth?
The top five countdown starts with the 1952 Platinum Chronometer Ref 2458 which was sold for $3,992,858 (approximately £2,393,218).
Bloomberg takes a look at five of the highest-priced Patek timepieces ever sold at auction.