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Bell & Ross Vintage Collection

Bell & Ross Vintage Collection

Take a trip back in time with the Bell & Ross Vintage Collection ($TBA). Best known for their incredibly stylish square cased watches, the Vintage Collection harkens back to a golden age of aviation, when autopilot consisted of a stick against the yoke and digital instruments were little more than a pipe dream. Features include round cases, oversized hour indicators, and vintage leather straps that look the part.

  • Lum-Tec Bull45 Watch

    With a beefy 45mm face and masculine bullhead case design, which squares off the front corners while pushing the crown and pushers to the top, the Lum-Tec Bull45 Watch ($435-$500) is the company's most manly timepiece yet. Available in a variety of face designs, and with a brushed silver or hard PVD finish, each Bull45 offers thick sapphire crystal, water resistance down to 100 meters, the company's MDV ("Maximum Darkness Visibility") technology, a 12-hour chronograph timer, Miyota OS10 Chronograph movement, a rubber strap, and is limited to just 100 units, making these both stylish and rare.

    Win it!Continuing our 5th anniversary celebration, we're giving away 5 of these bad boys, thanks to the folks at Lum-Tec. To enter, just make sure you're subscribed to our daily dispatch. We'll choose one of you gents at random.

  • Richard Mille RM 027 Nadal Watch

    It would be pretty tough to own the clay like Rafael Nadal, but at least now you can tell time the same way. The Richard Mille RM 027 Nadal Watch ($525,000) is the swingin' Spaniard's new signature timepiece. It features a movement made from titanium and LITAL alloy, a high lithium content alloy containing aluminium, copper, magnesium and zirconium — which you can also find in the Airbus A380 — a free-sprung balance to stay reliable despite shocks, a carbon composite case, a hand-drawn upper face, a 48-hour power reserve, and an ultra-light polycarbonate strap. Limited to 50 pieces, perhaps it would be easier to just win a few French Opens. [Thanks, Brandon]