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Tag Heuer Monaco Reissue Watch

When it was launched in 1969, the Heuer Monaco was among the most revolutionary timepieces available, with innovations like the Chronomatic Calibre 11, the the first automatic chronograph movement offered for sale, and the first water-resistant square case making it the perfect choice for Steve McQueen in Le Mans. Now you can celebrate this legacy with the Tag Heuer Monaco Reissue Watch. It shares the same 39mm case, 6 o'clock date window, vintage Heuer logo, and aforementioned Calibre 11 movement and water-resistance as the original, while updating the domed plastic crystal with sapphire and adding larger lugs, an open case-back, and perforations to the black calfskin strap.

  • Bamford Rolex Polar Watches

    Based on the Daytona, Explorer, and Milgauss models, Bamford Rolex Polar Watches take these classic designs and cover them in a coat of white. The cases and matching bracelets receive a Graphite Particle Coating to guarantee that their white hue lasts as long as the timepiece ticks. The dials are given a similar white makeover, with details like the markers, text, and hands in contrasting bursts of color to ensure legibility and add visual interest. Available in limited numbers, they arrive in custom Bamford Watch Department boxes.

  • Ressence Type 5 Watch

    By suspending all of its 142 components in oil, the Ressence Type 5 Watch offers something no mechanical diving watch has achieved before: assured legibility at any angle. The oil also helps protect the internal pieces from pressure, allowing the 46mm bezel-less case to be built from lightweight titanium, resulting in a weight of just 87 grams. Super-strong blue and green luminova ensures readability in any light, the compression lock system lets it withstand up to 10 ATM of pressure, and the two included black straps — one leather, one nylon — let it serve double-duty as your go-to timepiece both in and out of the water.