ROLEX Milgauss Z-Blue Dial
An iconic, modern classic in the Rolex portfolio, the Milgauss watch is famed for its magnetically-resistant feature set that make it a particularly popular choice in the scientific community. The Rolex Milgauss is a unique watch among all Rolex watches because it is one of few models that you can easily pick out in a crowd and identify, without doubt as being a Rolex Milgauss Z-Blue.
Launched in 2014 The single feature that defines this Z-Blue version, - reference 116400GV is its stunning dial, which is a shade of blue that is entirely unique to the Milgauss collection and that you won’t find on any other Rolex watches. Accented with bright orange highlights that complement its orange lightning bolt-shaped seconds hand, the Z-blue dial makes for one of the most desirable, colourful and striking Rolex watches ever created.
The Rolex Milgauss is fitted with its own movement. Inside its internal anti-magnetic shield is the Caliber 3131 with a 48h power reserve, Parachrom hairspring, nickel-phosphorus lever/escape wheel, and Superlative Chronometer timekeeping standard of +2/-2 seconds per day accuracy.
On the wrist this is one of those watches you can just wear day-in and day-out. It is slim enough to tuck under a shirt cuff yet offers a bit more wrist presence than your standard Rolex watch.
Built for scientists and lab technicians, the Rolex Milgauss is a tool watch rather than a sports watch. But it is one of the most playful and unusual Rolex watches currently in production, and the Z-Blue dial variant is easily the single most colourful Milgauss watch that has been produced thus far.
|Stainless Steel, Fixed
|Automatic (Calibre 3131)
|Stainless Steel with Foldover Clasp
Magnetic Resistance, 48-Hour Power Reserve, Scratch-Resistant Green Sapphire Crystal, Lightning-Bolt Minute Hand
|Box & Papers
|Original Box and Documentation Included (warranty card November 2021)
|Remainder of Rolex 5-Year Warranty
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