Rolex Milgauss Ref:1019 in Stainless steel. Circa: 1971.
Rolex Milgauss Ref:1019 in Stainless steel. Circa: 1971.
Rolex Milgauss Ref:1019 in Stainless steel. Circa: 1971.
Rolex Milgauss Ref:1019 in Stainless steel. Circa: 1971.
Rolex Milgauss Ref:1019 in Stainless steel. Circa: 1971.
Rolex Milgauss Ref:1019 in Stainless steel. Circa: 1971.
Rolex Milgauss Ref:1019 in Stainless steel. Circa: 1971.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Rolex Milgauss Ref:1019 in Stainless steel. Circa: 1971.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Rolex Milgauss Ref:1019 in Stainless steel. Circa: 1971.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Rolex Milgauss Ref:1019 in Stainless steel. Circa: 1971.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Rolex Milgauss Ref:1019 in Stainless steel. Circa: 1971.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Rolex Milgauss Ref:1019 in Stainless steel. Circa: 1971.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Rolex Milgauss Ref:1019 in Stainless steel. Circa: 1971.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Rolex Milgauss Ref:1019 in Stainless steel. Circa: 1971.

Rolex Milgauss, Ref 1019 in Stainless steel, Circa 1971

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Like so many other Rolex tools watches, the Milgauss watch was developed to serve a very specific audience. With its resistance of up to 1,000 gauss of magnetism, the Rolex Milgauss was targeted to scientists, engineers, and medical professionals who often found themselves in high magnetic fields. Magnetism is detrimental to the mechanical movements in watches, so an anti-magnetic watch is in order when exposed to high magnetic field environments. Rolex introduced the Milgauss in the mid-1950s and since then, the collection has undergone plenty of changes. Enter the Milgauss 1019. stainless steel Bracelet, Oyster automatic. the Milgauss Ref 1019, that stands out for sporting a look that’s quite different to other Milgauss watches.