Called the watch worn by scientists at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, the Rolex Milgauss was initially created to satisfy the requirements of scientists subjected to high magnetic fields.
This unisex watch is — driven by the 3131 — a self-winding mechanical motion which incorporates Rolex-patented technology with anti-magnetic possessions. Produced with alloys, the Rolex Milgauss features a shield that protects the movement, enabling it to withstand electromagnetic fields up to 1,000 gausses.
While keeping the distinctive personality of the original version using its clean lines and turbo moments hand a modern look is achieved by the contemporary Rolex Milgauss. Luminescent orange and white markers stand out from the black dial. With the splashes of orange and green, the Rolex Milgauss has an futuristic look that pays tribute to its roots in innovation.
At $11,020, this is one of the more pricey pieces on this list. For the ladies that are searching for a exceptional attachment, this timepiece would be worth every buck.