It's all in the details. Though there's some serious vintage vibes like the patina'd dial markers, there's a modern 4-o'clock date. The thinner bezel and hands, airplane second hand, and flyback design—which lets you start, stop, and reset the chronograph with a single button—all add up to produce an impressive looking 43-millimeter piece, sized for the modern wrist. Though we don't know what's inside yet, we imagine it'll look beautiful through a clear sapphire back.
Ethan Wolff-Mann is an editor at Supercompressor. His watch tan is likely to last until the summer. Follow him on Twitter @ewolffmann.