Aquaracer

Iconic watchmaker TAG Heuer has been the official timekeeper for the Olympic games, produced the first watch to venture into outer space (thanks to John Glenn), and is credited with inventing major mechanicals in the history of horology, from the oscillating pinion to the first quartz chronograph. Their Aquaracer Grand Date chronograph has all the features you would expect from this esteemed maker, including highly …

1970s Heuer Mappamondo

An obscure vintage find this Heuer (pre-TAG) is a "Mappamondo" chronograph that is fit with the unusual Valjoux 7740 manual winding movement. It also features a stainless steel case and an attractive "Map of the World" face. I found one available from Watch Center and Tempus Domini.

Bullhead Chronographs

Bullhead Chronographs feature the crown and pushers on top of the case instead of the side. Due to the rarity of this configuration more liberties are taken in regards to the overall design. Many dials are angled up for a drivers style and feature unusual dials. They are some of the most original and coolest watches made in the sixties and seventies. The 1970 Bulova …