You may not be familiar with the Alsta brand, but chances are good that you've seen Jaws at least once and thought at least twice before swimming in the ocean afterward.
Alsta, in case you were wondering, designed the watch that Richard Dreyfuss wore in the film: While there were several versions of the brand's Nautoscaph, his particular watch featured a cushion case and a funky steel bracelet. Long defunct following the Quartz Crisis, Alsta was resurrected in 2014, and subsequently began producing divers once again.
Its latest product is a direct recreation of the famed Jaws watch, albeit with certain modern improvements: a 38mm steel cushion case, an automatic movement (this time in the form of a Seiko NH35A automatic with date), a screw-down crown, 300m of water resistance, a healthy dose of Super-LumiNova on the black dial, and that cool matching bracelet. Sapphire crystal and a unidirectional dive bezel round out the feature set.
This funky diver is limited to 1,975 pieces (for the year in which Jaws debuted) and is available from Huckberry for $1,005.