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Available in five different dial finishes (black, silver, blue, black and yellow, blue and silver), the Roue TPS wristwatch is a tribute to the legendary 910 prototype race car, as featured in this issue of Classic Porsche and winner of the 1967 1,000km of Nürburgring. With an interesting pulsometer calculator feature, this beautifully presented timepiece is strictly limited to 1,000 units and features triple-layer dial construction with Swiss Super-luminova printing. Measuring 40mm, the TPS is powered by the Seiko VK63 Meca-quartz movement, combining reliability and accuracy with the cultivated manoeuvre of a mechanical chronograph boasting a dry click and instant reset. The watch’s screw-back case features embossed 3D artwork depicting a 910, while two easy-click interchangeable straps (one leather, one silicone) are included with each purchase. The 316L low-carbon polished stainless steel case features a brushed finish on its sides and a double-dome K1 mineral glass crystal (with anti-reflective treatment inside and a sapphire coating outside). Water resistance up to fifty metres, a two-year warranty and a suede-style watch roll with three pockets makes it impossible to ignore the attractive asking price — with the TPS, Roue really has created a watch offering fantastic value for money and one sure to be popular with fans of classic Porsches.
Price: $310 (including shipping and taxes in the UK and mainland Europe) rouewatch.com