Watch This | A Rolex That a Scientist Can Love:
"Rolex Oyster Perpetual Milgauss
Ironically, for some engineers and technicians, accurate time-telling can prove difficult: magnetic fields sometimes disrupt the performance of mechanical watches. So in 1956, Rolex introduced the Milgauss, a timepiece designed specifically to resist magnetic interference up to 1,000 gauss (or, G’s). Now the brand unveils its latest version of the classic model, which has gained a reputation as the ultimate watch for scientists. It features an electric blue dial that complements a green sapphire crystal and the Milgauss’s signature orange-lightning-bolt-shaped second hand.
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