The first entry in the Watch Department's new line of sports watches devoted to the history of performance timepieces, the Bamford Heritage Rolex Daytona Watch pays homage to the original 6240 and 6263 references while maintaining modern components. Details include Bakelite bezels, shaved crown guards, a new dial that emulates the classic Paul Newman design, three sub-dials, and a matching metal bracelet. Available in five different colors.
It's priced like many of its contemporaries. But most of them don't have tourbillions. The Tag Heuer Carrera Heuer-02T Watch combines a COSC-certified automatic chronograph with a titanium and carbon fiber tourbillion, creating a complex, reliable, and desirable timepiece. Built on the back of Tag's short-lived CH-80 chronograph, it offers a 65 hour power reserve and has a skeleton dial with chrono sub-dials at 9 and 3 o'clock, the movement at 6, and the tourbillion at 6, all housed in a sporty 45mm case of grade 5 titanium offering 100 meters of water resistance. It comes with a black rubber strap and is available in two versions: a standard model with silver accents, and a murdered out Black Phantom model that's limited to just 250 pieces.
Having crafted their first openworked timepiece in the 1920s, Audemars Piguet has had a long time to perfect the art — almost as long as it takes to say the full name of the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Tourbillon Extra-Thin Openworked Watch. Now available in yellow gold in addition to platinum, it's powered by a highly-visible, hand-finished movement with a 70-hour power reserve, placed in vertical alignment with the tourbillion. Measuring 41mm across, the case is slightly thicker than the 4.46mm movement, and comes attached to a matching yellow gold bracelet.