Fans of the originalBullhead will be happy to discover all the charm of the symmetrical and dial has remained in the re-issue. The sizable crown sits at 12 o’clock high on the , flanked on each side by the chronograph actuators (hence the “Bullhead” moniker). A second crown hangs at 6 ‘clock, controlling the internal rotating bezel. The case as a whole nails the feeling of the original, save for a few details. The crowns are quite contemporary in their , and the thickness of the case has grown considerably since the original. But let’s face it, if you’re looking for a slim watch, you’re in the wrong ballpark if you’re looking at this.
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