2 years ago, no one wanted a Rolex Milgauss


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Jul 17, 2014
Feb 13, 2021

Jenni Elle

How did a lighting bolt end up on a Rolex and what's up with the green tinted crystal? Is it worth buying, how does it wear and for whom would it make a great watch?

I am going to answer all of the above and then some questions in my video today!

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➡️ Watches in this video
✅ All of the Milgauss models: http://bit.ly/3cXhGJI
✅ Milgauss, green crystal: http://bit.ly/3rs2Yyu
✅ Milgauss white dial, clear crystal: http://bit.ly/3tGi84T

0:00 Intro
1:16 History of the Milgauss
2:06 Origin story
2:17 Meaning behind the Milgauss name
2:50 Vintage Milgauss
3:53 Milgauss revival models
4:12 Measurements
4:30 How it wears
5:16 White dial in detail
5:49 Black dial in detail
7:04 Why the Milgauss is so divisive

What's your take on the Milgauss? Are you a fan or would you rather stick to more classic designs?
I have to say that the Milgauss definitely grew on my over time - especially the white dial version is a refreshing look, especially for Rolex.
Let me know what you think in the comments down below!

As always, thank you for watching today's video - your support, kind words and constructive criticism mean a lot to me and I am very grateful to be able to share my videos with all of you!

Jenni ❤️

:unsure: for my money I'll take the Railmaster.



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