A long time I didn't wear this one. Cold as ice, but what a charm! Its platinum grained dial is a feast under the light of the sun. The touches of red? The cherry on the cake. That's why, it is, to me, one of the best and most appealing modern Rolex. Best
I have reviewed the Milgauss before. It was never a popular watch for Rolex. It was never seen as a "Rolex" when it was first sold. It doesn't have that Rolex DNA that is so overt from the Submariner class. It doesn't have that typical feel of a Rolex....
I actually find this very attractive and nice. Received this from my employer after 20 years of slogging. I have to say, they were nice in picking this one out. Second day on the wrist and I'll say I'm very pleasantly surprised at how this looks and wears
... taken last week end of my c1964 ref 5513. Gilt, gloss, underline and double T<25 inscription on dial add to the charm of this watch. I specially love how the main gilt inscriptions have turned to an orange tint. It has been a long time since I photogr
Steel Blue / Black versus White Gold Blue Red? Steel Black versus White Gold Red Blue? White metal? Or... Yellow Gold Black or Green Dial? Ok, I forgot the jeweled version and the two tone one. Still, there is enough choice here. What's your preference? B
There comes a point in collecting vintage Rolex, where there is a preference for smaller cases. I guess there's where I am for now. Any other collectors here have honeycomb dial photos to share? I would love to see them.