Panda dial, manual wind chronographs exist in a higher realm. Sure, I'm the first person to say that verbatim but it's true and history shows it. The Rolex Paul Newman, the Heuer Carerra, the Universal Geneve Nina Rindt and the Hamilton Chrono-matic have not only become some of the most iconic wristwatches in history but have reminded us just how beautiful panda's are. Fortunately, the insanity of this watch doesn't end at contrast subdials. The red and blue instrumentation around the dial, telling metrics you'll never read, add detail you'd be crazy not to appreciate. Even further, the paddle second hand and matching minty block hour markers go from utility to aesthetic idealism. To top the design off, the And after all of that, by the grace of some urological god, the condition is just about mint.

Technical Specs:
Case Size: 38 millimeters
Lug Width: 18 millimeters
Case Material: Stainless Steel
Bracelet: Steel Bracelet

About the Look
Steve – It’s complicated in both movement and design. It’s ticking proof that functionality isn’t necessarily boring and beautiful isn’t always delicate. Remember the bursting blue dial peeking from McQueens rugged racing jacket? Exactly my point.