Hey Frills, from looking at that picture, it looks like there is a little bit more going on. It look like the lug size has been increased, and it looks like the crownguards are not as sharp as they once were. Then again, these are only renderings, so who knows?
But yeah... if you want to get rid of your old, obsolete Daytona, feel free to send it my way.
And indestructible watches? A bit of a misnomer really. A good fall for any watch is probably going to break it, no matter how hard the case is.
But since you asked: Damasko, Rolex, and Bremont come to mind.