Breitling has been on a pretty good roll lately with its reinterpretations of archival models, including the most recent revival of Top Time, a chronograph from the '60s. The new Chronomat takes its cues from the original 1984 version, which marked the Swiss brand's triumphant return to mechanical watchmaking after the quartz crisis. Its most distinguishing feature is the the Rouleaux bracelet with cylindrical links. The bi-directional bezel also comes with rider tabs for ease of use. Available in 42mm case size, there are a number of style options in the new collection with the most distinctive being the Bentley edition with a green dial and the luxurious rose gold and stainless steel version with blue dial.