Over the last year or so, we’ve been telling you about a number of different Tom Ford models that have been released. While most of those watches have featured quartz movements, now we’ve got one for all of you mechanical movement fans. Meet the Tom Ford 002 Limited-Edition Chronograph.

To my eyes, the handset and font used for the numerals – as well as the monochromatic color palette – really do call out that this is a Tom Ford. While it being a chronograph is ostensibly the star of the show, the subdials really blend into the dial, meaning you might overlook the chronograph setup in your day-to-day.

Another thing we’re seeing with the Tom Ford 002 Limited-Edition Chronograph is the case material. Here, titanium is called into service, which of course keeps things light and tough. On this watch, it’s treated to a black DLC coating. Flip the watch over, and along with Tom Ford’s signature, you’ll have a view of the Sellita SW510 movement.

Yup, that’s right, you’ve got a proper Swiss chrono movement tucked away in there, and it’s coming in at a price that’s less than you might expect, given where we’ve seen their quartz models hit. Only 150 of each color (black or white) of the Tom Ford 002 Limited-Edition Chronograph will be produced, at $2,995. tomford.com

Tech Specs from Tom Ford

  • Case material / color: Brushed Titanium case black DLC (Diamond Like Carbon) coating, exhibition caseback with TOM FORD signature etched in sapphire back glass; 43.5mm
  • WR Rating: 3 ATM
  • Crown: Polished Titanium crown with handset black onyx insert plated in black DLC
  • Dial: matte black
  • Number index: Label and printed Arabic numerals
  • Number index color: printed glossy white
  • Hour track number: printed glossy white
  • Hands: Round cut painted white color Super Luminova
  • Movement: Automatic Chronograph Sellita SW510
  • Strap: Perforated racing strap in black or white calf leather with brushed and polished Titanium buckle with black DLC coating

By Patrick Kansa

A big data developer and leader with a penchant for gadgets, books, watches and beverages. You can find my work on WristWatchReview, Knapsack.News, and Slushpile. If you're on Twitter and/or Instagram, you'll find me there as @PatrickWatches.

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