To recap: Zenith's latest release, the uber stealthy Chronomaster Revival 'Shadow', has had us thinking about all the other great all-black timepieces that have been released in recent memory. The blacklist is an ever updating thing. So, we ran through some of our favourite models from the last little while. And after going through the list, we're firmly of the opinion that blacked-out watches are just plain cooler. But in case you're still not convinced, here are some more surreptitious stunners that have got the ninja aesthetic down pat. Luminox Bear Grylls Survival 3780 LAND Series Watch Bear Grylls is a certifiable wild man – the daredevil, survivalist and former British Special Forces soldier has done some of the craziest things ever captured on camera. So, when Grylls and American watchmaker Luminox teamed up for a collaborative series of timepieces, you just knew they were going to release something special. This particular model, the Survival 3780, looks positively menacing with its darkened CARBONOX case and dial, and if you're after a tactical timepiece for rugged weekends, it doesn't get much better than this. $1490 AUD. Tudor Black Bay Chrono Dark Made to celebrate Tudor's partnership with New Zealand's national rugby…

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