Like their classic ancestor, the new Bullheads have a design that makes them instantly identifiable. But some upgrades distinguish them from the original.
While the new models, with their characteristic symmetrical case and bezel, have all of the charm of the original, there are some modifications that give the new Bullheads their own personalities. The pushers are still mounted at the top, of course, but the round pushers on the original watch have been replaced with flat ones. Perhaps the most significant change has been in the movement.
The new Bullheads are powered by an automatic Co-Axial calibre 3113, which replaces the manually-wound calibre 930 found in the vintage model. The movement is equipped with a column-wheel chronograph mechanism. The new Bullhead’s dial designs capture the strength of the original, with its distinctive inner bezel and the sub-dials at 12 and 6 o’clock.