Immortalised by Paul Newman in the early 1970s and indelibly associated with the world of high-speed auto races, a stainless steel Daytona is the ultimate chronograph many men dream about. Introduced in 1963 to meet the demands of professional racing drivers with a tachymetric scale on the bezel, drivers could measure average speeds of up to 400 km p/h. When a stainless steel Daytona was unveiled in 2016 with a price tag of £8,250, fans went crazy and now have to decide whether to join the five-year waiting list. Ironically, white gold, Everose gold, yellow gold, platinum and Rolesor Daytonas (a combination of steel and gold) are readily available, including this absolute winner in a white gold case with a black Cerachrom bezel, steel and black dial and an Oysterflex bracelet made from a high-performance elastomer. The current retail price of this Daytona is £21,050.
- Monday, 18 September 2017 00:00
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