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TAG Heuer has just brought back the Night Diver as part of its Aquaracer Professional 300 collection, which was originally introduced in the 1980s. It quickly developed a cult following, thanks, in part, to the timepiece finding its way onto the wrist of James Bond, played by Timothy Dalton, in The Living Daylights.

Though the original was sized at 37mm and drew powered from a quartz movement, the new release opts for a 43mm black DLC sandblasted steel case and a Calibre 5 Automatic movement. Other details include a black ceramic unidirectional rotating bezel, an eye-popping dial fully coated in Super-LumiNova for extreme levels of legibility in all lighting conditions, and a date window with a cyclops magnifying lens at the six. Finishing up the stealthy stunner is a black rubber strap with a black DLC steel folding clasp.

Unbeatably cool, it's available right here for $3,350 USD.