What I like most about this example is that it’s clean and complete. It might not be the rare platinum variant from the 400-piece production run, but it remains unpolished, and comes with all of its original boxes and papers. Besides, I’d argue that those cased in yellow gold are perhaps more iconic to the spirit of the model, because, upon mention of this design, I’m always going to think of a yellow-gold watch. Taking its rarity, appearance, and unconventional origins into account, it truly is one of those watches that screams “I’ve got taste, and I’m not messing around” when spotted in the wild.