Bamford Watch Department's latest Rolex series draws inspiration from the mysterious, undercover and highly secretive work of governments and agencies around the world. Aptly dubbed "Black Ops," the pack in turn features the Rolex Submariner and Deepsea.

Per usual with Bamford, the company utilized the latest technological advances and then chose to go with an enigmatic black color scheme to further play on the "Black Ops" theme. Each watch features a reversed raised black ceramic bezel, as the Deepsea boasts a matte base and polished, raised numbering. The Submariner is itself fully matte.

Touches of red pop atop the black backdrops, while the standout aspect of both watches are the luminous dial markings and the skull emblem. Lastly, both the Submariner and Deepsea note construction from the toughest of BWD’s own Military Grade Titanium Coating, ensuring that the wristwear can handle whatever is thrown its way.

Limited to 25 units each, look to Bamford's website to purchase the "Black Ops" Rolex Submariner and Deepsea while supplies last.

Just last month we saw BWD unleash a limited edition Mickey Mouse Rolex.

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