Historically, Rolex all stainless-steel watches can be had at a neglible discount from MSRP or as high 10%-15% quite a while after their cheap rolex watches release. Those made from precious metals, can be had at even more generous discounts. There is no reason can be expected that pricing will be different for the Milgauss.
A slight green tinted sapphire crystal highlights the dial. The watch is securely fastened for a wrist via a stainless-steel Oyster bracelet. After all the hype fueled usually by Rolex enthusiasts, there really isn't all of that big a requirement for watches that will withstand 1000 gauss. The original Rolex Milgauss line-up itself, was dropped by Rolex from other line-up in 1988 if you are one in the slowest sellers on the list of Rolex offerings.
The Milgauss originally released in 1957, celebrates its 50th birthday in 2010, and for that reason the Milgauss emerges an update. The dial comes with a lightning bolt inspired seconds hand over a black dial. The hour markers are white and orange with orange creating the moment numerals.
Because with this Rolex's Milgauss production is probably at the degree of the expected demand quite a while down the road, and never geared to satisfy the initial high demand. If Rolex ended up being produce Milgauss watches to fulfill the initial expected demand, it would have to cut back production later, or watch Milgauss prices glance at the floor.
If the scarcity of stainless steel Daytona's was punching prospective buyers to Omega, TAG, Panerai, IWC or some other manufacturer, than Rolex could have rectified vid replica rolex daytona long time ago. On the other hand, if your scarcity of all stainless Daytona's pushes buyers to two-tone versions, there really is not need to take care of the supply issue.
Rolex could eventually have to satisfy the market demand; otherwise people really needing anti-magnetic watches would head towards IWC. The only way that the Milgauss always remain scarce is if there is actually no demand from the general market, and Rolex will only produce them in sufficient number for enthusiast and collectors. Even than, the price will drop to MSRP.
The only Omega Watches to buck this trend is the all stainless Daytona's which command a price premium of about 30% over MSRP. But Daytona's can be not scarce. Two-Tone Daytona's are readily available from authorized dealers, at prices below the premium price commanded from the all stainless-steel models.
With the rapid continuing development of technology nowadays, many work conditions require need to function in magnetically intense fields. Whether these be aerospace engineering, telecommunications, research labs or medical imaging equipment, the folks that command these positions have to have a time piece that may enable them to accurately tell time under these conditions. Enter the 2007 version in the Rolex Watches Milgauss.
Given historical pricing, the non-green glass Milgauss ought to be available at MSRP or less a couple of months or maybe even providing a year in the future. Maybe the green glass version might often be in a bit of a short supply, keeping its price above MSRP. How high? At most, around 8-9K, like the all stainless Daytona's premium. But I doubt it. The Daytona can be a Rolex icon, and the Milgauss only will never be one.