What about some Milgauss info?>>>>

Discussion in 'Rolex Watches' started by Jocke, Jan 28, 2009.

  1. Jocke

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    Here we go.

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    Jocke
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    When will the Leopard info thread come? :justkidding:

    Thanks for sharing :thumbsup:
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    Great info once again Jocke, thank you for sharing:goodpost:





    :lol::lol::lol::lol::rofl::rofl::rofl:
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    Excellent post, Jocke! :thumbsup:

    I love the info about the Max 150 Gauss rate that the ordinary espapement and hairspring can handle compared to the 1,000 Gauss that the Milgauss wit Parachrom Bleu h/s and paramagnetic espapement can cope with. :rocker:
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    great info Jocke, thanks for sharing..
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    Great info Jocke!!

    Is it possible for you to share the same info on the new 36mm Oyster Perpetual mod.#116000?? It would be greatly appreciated. Oh yeh, and if you could also include the new GMTIIc?

    Ed
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    Good info and topics, Jocke :thumbsup: Keep them coming :cheers:
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    Thanks Jocke!
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    Revisiting this thread, it struck me that the old Rolex Milgauss ref. 1019 apparantly was thicker than the new one.. Maybe its due to the plexi crystal of the 1019? :thinking:

    I also thought that the old Milgauss was 38mm, not 37mm.