One of the most important dive watch designs in history makes a triumphant return with this re-issued Fifty Fathoms Barakuda. The first purpose-built diver, the Fifty Fathoms was designed by a French combat swimmer and was famously worn by Jacques Cousteau. Originally supplied to the German Bunesmarine, the "Barakuda" variant dates back to the 1960s. The new release borrows plenty from its iconic predecessor, featuring a black dial with creamy rectangular hour markers, pencil hour and minute hands, and red and "old-radium" Super-Luminova accents that give it an aged appearance. The neo-vintage diver is limited to just 500 pieces and is powered by Frederic Piguet cal. 1151 self-winding movement with a 95-hour power reserve. It's housed within a 40-mm stainless steel case and finished with a tropic style rubber strap that is a replica of the original.