Category: Breitling Watches


Breitling Navitimer B01 Chronograph 43 Stainless Steel Cathay Pacific

Out of the entire 2022 Breitling Navitimer watch collection launched this week, there was one set of designs we were desperate to get our hands on. With polished pastel-toned dials, contrasting black subsidiary counters and perfectly sized 43mm cases, here is an in-depth look at the new Breitling Navitimer B01 Chronograph 43.

The Breitling Navitimer has come a long way since Willy Breitling first created the wrist-based flight tool for the AOPA (the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association). In 70 years, the design has secured a reputation for elegance, reliability and robustness, worn on the wrists of astronauts and on some of the world’s best-known celebrities. Now, in continuation of its journey as the brand’s flagship model, the Swiss watch manufacturer have relaunched the collection in a series of 41, 43, and 46mm chronographs with a new focus on colour, stylings and inclusive appeal.Cathay Pacific has partnered with Swiss luxury watchmaker Breitling to celebrate Cathay’s 76th anniversary, by co-curating the Breitling Navitimer chronograph with new design touches. Breitling’s Navitimer chronograph has been synonymous with travel and style since it first debuted in 1952. To celebrate the 70th anniversary of this iconic timepiece, Breitling is releasing a new collection of the Navitimer for 2022.

The collaboration has unveiled an exclusive design limited to just 200 individually numbered pieces: the Breitling Navitimer B01 Cathay Pacific limited edition. It also marks Cathay’s own 76th anniversary, and pays tribute to its rich aviation history and elevation into a premium travel lifestyle brand.

In the video ad, the Navitimer features an integrated slide rule which enabled essential flight calculations long before flight computers arrived on board. The 43mm collector’s model features the unique Navitimer design, updated for the modern age, whereas Cathay Pacific’s identity has been incorporated, with its signature Jade green on the watch face, and the words “Cathay Pacific Edition”, its individual number out of 200 engraved around the display caseback.
The Cathay Jade face contrasts with the white subdials and brown alligator leather strap – a warm, nostalgic look that renders this timepiece as suited to everyday wear as it is for the skies.New design touches for the 2022 Navitimer include a domed sapphire crystal, evolved slide rule, contrasting polished and brushed finishings, and a redesigned display caseback which reveals the workings of the in-house, COSC-certified Caliber 01 chronograph movement. One particular detail of note for aviation fans is the return of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association logo which graced the original 1952 chronograph.

Previously in March this year, Cathay Pacific partnered with Hong Kong label Native Union to launch a collection of tech accessories. According to Cathay, the limited edition accessories are inspired by Hong Kong and the way its people live. The collection includes a universal belt cable, wireless charger, AirPods Pro Case, and an organiser pouch. The lifestyle tech accessories collection will be retailed on the airline’s Asia Miles web shop.

This is not Cathay’s first venture with home-grown brands. Last year, Cathay and lifestyle brand Goods Of Desire launched a collaborative collection in celebration of their 75th and 25th anniversary respectively. The collection featured upcycled merchandise made from hundreds of Cathay cabin crew and cockpit uniforms.
The Breitling Navitimer B01 Chronograph 43 watches are available on a choice of two straps. The first option is a semi-shiny black alligator leather strap with white stitch detailing secured by either a folding clasp or tang buckle. The second is a seven-row linked bracelet with folding buckle. As you’d expect, the bracelets are engineered from their retrospective case material.

breitling endurance pro green

NOW El Endurance Pro de Breitling, que presenta un movimiento SuperQuartz termocompensado, es una de las mejores alternativas como reloj deportivo dentro la gama Professional de la marca.

Diseñado tanto como reloj ligero para atletas como cronógrafo sport de estilo casual para el día a día, es la mejor opción para aquellos que buscan altas prestaciones, tecnología innovadora y un diseño vibrante y colorido.
El Endurance Pro está inspirado en el Breitling Sprint, un memorable reloj de la década de 1970 que combinaba un pulsímetro con un peso increíblemente ligero. Era el reloj ideal para los atletas que querían ser capaces de controlar sus ritmos cardíacos.

Estaba hecho de resina por lo que resultaba particularmente cómodo en la muñeca. Por supuesto, también se manufacturó en algunos deslumbrantes colores de los años 70 y el Endurance Pro es claramente una evolución moderna de ese diseño.
The latest in the Breitling Replica quartz instrument series is the sporty and casual Breitling Endurance Pro. As a sports watch, Fake Breitling Endurance Pro can use many elements correctly. First of all, despite the large size, the weight is very light. The case is made of Breitlight and its weight is three times that of titanium, making it unobtrusive on the wrist. Compared with balance wheels, quartz oscillators are less susceptible to external influences, such as shock, magnetism, and direction. Quartz sports Replica Watches are very convenient and can be picked up and worn immediately without winding or adjusting. The color and 44mm size give the Fake Swiss Watch a masculine and dynamic appearance. Easy to read, the flange of the dial has a pulsation scale, which is a useful tool for athletes to measure heart rate.
Although Breitling Endurance Pro quartz movements are more stable than mechanical movements, quartz oscillators are susceptible to temperature changes.

Breitling Navitimer 1 38 Automatic Singapore Airlines

2022 marks the 70th anniversary of Breitling’s iconic Navitimer, an aviation watch of legendary heritage status, seen on the wrists of military and commercial pilots for the last few decades.

To celebrate the occasion, Breitling has collaborated with Singapore Airlines and its travel retailer, KrisShop, to release two interpretations of the updated Navitimer, each with a unique co-created design limited to 100 pieces.

Alvin Soon, President of Breitling Asia, said, “We are particularly excited to embark on this journey with Singapore Airlines and KrisShop, a partnership united by a passion for aviation and an unwavering commitment to quality and precision.
The Breitling Navitimer B01 Chronograph 41 Singapore Airlines Limited Edition features the instantly-recognizable circular slide rule, baton indexes, trio of chronograph counters and notched bezel of the classic Navitimer. Modern updates include the flattening of the slide rule, and a domed crystal with the end result of creating a more compact profile for the watch. Viewable through the open case-back, the COSC-certified Breitling Manufacture Caliber 01. also possess a slimmer oscillating weight. This movement is backed by a five-year warranty, provides approximately 70 hours of power reserve, and allows the wearer to change the date – now visible through a discreet window in the subdial at 6 o’clock – at any time.
The Breitling Navitimer Automatic 38 Singapore Airlines Limited Edition, with an automatic/self-winding movement meanwhile, is a trimmed down version from its 41 mm counterpart without the chronograph complication. Inside, its Breitling 17 movement offers an approximate 38-hour power reserve and comes with a two-year warranty. The timepiece features a beaded bezel, another signature Navitimer design feature, and special caseback engraving of the renowned Singapore Airlines batik motif.

Both limited edition timepieces each feature the Singapore Airlines logo on the caseback along with the limitation number “One of 100” and now retail exclusively on KrisShop, under the Batik Label concept store that showcases one-of-a-kind collaborations in the intricate floral motif that has become synonymous with the airline.

Breitling Endurance Pro IRONMAN World Championship

The IRONMAN Triathlon is one of a series of long-distance triathlon races, consisting of a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride and a marathon 26-mile run. The Ironman is considered as one of the most challenging one-day sporting events in the world. Breitling’s Triathlon Squad have built an impressive record in IRONMAN events around the world.
German triathlete, Jan Frodeno is not only a 2008 Olympic gold medallist, but also a three-time IRONMAN World Champion and a two-time IRONMAN World Champion. In 2019, Frodeno recorded a best overall course time at the IRONMAN World Championship, winning in 7:51:13. Daniela Ryf, a native of Breitling’s home country of Switzerland, is a five-time IRONMAN 70.3 World Champion and four-time IRONMAN World Champion. The third squad member is Chris “Macca” McCormack from Australia, who Breitling Endurance Pro IRONMAN watches has claimed two IRONMAN World Championship titles – in 2007 and again in 2010. He also won the 2012 ITU Long Distance World Championships.
Breitling and IRONMAN have come together in partnership to co-design the Breitling Endurance Pro IRONMAN watches, creating a series of watches which represent the pinnacle of athleisure. The IRONMAN collection is made up of a set of perfectly lightweight and vibrant luxury sports watches which combine the best of innovation and precision with fun, colourful design. The launch features two new watches: a red version, built for sports and timekeeping enthusiasts, and a black and gold piece exclusive for IRONMAN race finishers.
The new IRONMAN collection is built with sport and athleisure at its heart. The 44mm Breitling Endurance Pro IRONMAN watches case is created using Breitlight, a material 3.3 times lighter than titanium and 5.8 times lighter than steel, but significantly harder. This pioneering material also features an impressive resistance to scratches, traction and corrosion. Its hypoallergenic and antimagnetic properties along with its thermal stability contribute to making this watch more comfortable for the wearer in comparison with traditional metals.
The IRONMAN is powered by the Breitling Caliber 82, a COSC-certified thermocompensated SuperQuartz movement that is ten times more precise than regular quartz and offers a battery life of approximately three to four years. The bidirectional rotating bezel has engraved compass points, and the tactile moulded crown provides excellent grip and allows you to wind at ease. The hour and minute hands are coated with SuperLumiNova, making them legible even in limited lighting conditions. Along with a small-second sub-dial, there are 1/10th second and 30-minute chronograph counters that have also been designed for easy reading.

Breitling SuperOcean Automatic 44 Stainless Steel

Breitling’s new Breitling SuperOcean Automatic collection for 2022 is as vast and varied as the many seas and oceans of the world that they’re designed to dive in. There are 16 individual references in total, which is a lot but thankfully I only have two in front of me, which is much easier to review. Specifically, I have Breitling’s 2022 SuperOcean Automatic 42mm dark blue and 44mm turquoise.

When they first arrived at Oracle Time HQ, I was initially quite dismissive of them. I struggled to think of them as anything other than Breitling’s take on a Doxa, especially as bright colours are practically a Doxa signature these days. But having spent time with them, I can’t deny that they’ve grown on me.
The first aspect that started to win me over was their cases. Both versions here are stainless steel, although several of the 16 references are bronze or steel and gold bi-colour. To me, steel is the most natural material for a dive watch. It’s sporty without sacrificing on the satisfying heft of weight that more advanced materials like titanium lack. Plus, the durability means scratches are less of an issue than on a gold model. But the real killer aspect of the cases is the way they sit on the wrist. The 42mm is a dream and the 44mm (a size I usually wouldn’t consider) feels perfectly reasonable. That’s largely because their heights are such that they slip easily under a cuff, the 44mm is only 12.6mm high. The crown guards are shapely and satisfying rather than bulky. I’d still advise caution for the 46mm versions though, unless you’re built like a tank, because they have an additional bezel locking mechanism on the left of the case that makes the bigger diameter even more pronounced. But that’s not an issue with the two here.
With the case starting to win me around, I took a moment to re-evaluate my thoughts on the dials. The 42mm has a deep blue colour for the central area and hour scale (which matches the colour of the ceramic inlay unidirectional rotating bezel) and a white minutes scale around the outside. The 44mm is slightly more complex as the centre portion and bezel aren’t colour matched, the dial being turquoise and the bezel black.
The contrast between the minute scale and hour scale reminds me of the tachymeter on the recent Breitling Navitimer Chronograph Collection. However, the chunky baton indexes coated with SuperLuminova give the SuperOcean 42mm and 44mm strong retro dive watch aesthetics.

In fact, the display was inspired by a 1960s SuperOcean nicknamed the ‘Slow Motion’, a fact best seen in the modern watches’ square minutes hand. That hand is definitely the hardest part of the design to swallow – almost as if Breitling is trying too hard to create a “signature” hand design. But let’s be honest with ourselves, it’s no more outlandish than Tudor’s Snowflake or Rolex’s Mercedes hand.
Unfortunately, the one element of the Breitling SuperOcean 42mm and 44mm that I find tricky to reconcile is the movement inside. It’s the Breitling Calibre 17, an automatic calibre based on the ETA 2824-2 with a 38-hour power reserve. In a microbrand dive watch I can take that, for Breitling it’s subpar. It also feels a tad lazy to use a single calibre for a collection of watches with such diverse case sizes from 36mm to 46mm, surely there were more options available at the larger sizes.
However, at the end of my time with these two watches, a single gripe about the movement is hardly the end of the world for a collection of watches I was ready to set aside and not look back. If I were to pick one up, it would be the 44mm turquoise, the colour is too good.

Breitling SuperOcean Automatic 42

Overall, the Breitling SuperOcean 42mm Automatic is a sturdy sports watch with excellent diving capabilities. On a 7 inch wrist, this watch fits almost perfectly, with its a 42mm case size.
The “Ocean Classic” mesh bracelet is iconic to dive watches in Breitling’s collection and has been used once again for the Superocean Héritage II B20 Automatic 42.
Since its first release over 60 years ago, the Breitling SuperOcean collection has stayed true to the quality, pure Breitling style and exceptional performance. The 2019 update brings a new facelift with two dial colour choices (black and blue), while keeping the internal mechanics that the SuperOcean is known for the same.
Overall, the Breitling SuperOcean 42mm Automatic is a sturdy sports watch with excellent diving capabilities. On a 7 inch wrist, this watch fits almost perfectly, with its a 42mm case size. The black and white contrast with the large white hour markers and hands against the black dial, provide excellent readability no matter the situation. This is further helped along by the large usage of SuperLuminova giving the dial a stunning at night. The watch doesn’t feel too bulky. However, it is certainly noticeable when worn. As you rotate the bezel around the dial, it gives the feedback of a robust and reassuring click with each turn. This can be especially helpful when wearing gloves and being underwater. The thickness of the Breitling SuperOcean 42mm automatic is roughly 14.2mm, which is great for diving. This watch is also suitable for day to day activities. However, some may struggle to fit the watch under a formal shirt due to its thickness. The watch comes with a choice of a stainless-steel bracelet or a dial colour-matching rubber strap (black or blue). Breitling has done a great job in updating the SuperOcean models by retaining a classic strong movement while giving it a more simplistic look on the dial. This piece will be sure to attract those that are after a fresh, sporty watch that’s up to any challenge, whether it be swimming, surfing or diving!

Breitling SuperOcean Automatic 46

Breitling’s legendary sea watch is reinvented in the new Breitling Superocean 2022 watch collection as it debuts a pared-down aesthetic reminiscent of the original Superocean Slow Motion from the 1960’s and 70’s. The release offers an abundance of choice, with four case sizes (46mm, 44mm, 42mm and 36mm), three case metals and two strap options to choose from.
The history of the Breitling Superocean 46mm began in the 1950’s when the demand for high-performance dive watches was at an all time high. In 1957, the Swiss watch manufacturer launched two diving watches, a time-only piece and a chronograph, both named the Breitling Superocean. Their 200m water resistant cases, concave bezels and oversized markers offered everything professional and amateur divers needed for underwater exploration. By the mid 1960’s, Willy Breitling decided he wanted to improve the performance of the Superocean, focusing on the easy and safe reading of diving duration. The minute recorder is typically small for effortless reading under the water and so instead, Breitling developed a calibre where the main chronograph hand would indicate the elapsed dive time. Housing this calibre was the Breitling Superocean Slow Motion watch. With its instantly legible dial, thick minutes track and ratcheted bezel, it became an essential tool for divers.
It is the original Breitling Superocean Slow Motion watch that inspires the new 2022 collection launched today. It revives the statement minutes track and thin ceramic bezel inlay complemented by a new metal rehaut and similar shaped hands and indexes for easy legibility. Adding to the retro aesthetic is several modern features including a bright palette of colour found on the dials, a choice of three case metals and a newly designed black rubber strap with two-toned texture. There’s also the introduction of a new folding buckle with micro-adjustment and a special Breitling Superocean 2022 Limited Edition designed in collaboration with brand ambassador Kelly Slater. To help you find which new Breitling Superocean watch is for you, here’s a full run down of the 2022 collection…
Starting the line-up of Breitling Superocean 2022 watches is a duo of 46mm models. These are both engineered from stainless steel and debut the thin ceramic bezel inlay in a choice of black or blue, both outlined with by a metal rehaut and paired with a large sloping white flange which displays the minute scale. At the centre, a matching black or blue dial makes room for distinctive box-shaped indexes and large hands, the minute hand in particular paying homage to the original Superocean Slow Motion with a square-shaped lollipop tip. Meanwhile the seconds hand is coloured in contrasting red.
The Breitling Superocean Automatic 46 watches are the only pair in the entire new collection to feature a patented Breitling bezel lock which you can see on the left hand side of the case. This is a brand new technology from the Swiss brand and ensures the bezel is firmly secured in place so you can maintain accurate time of your dive. The cases also feature screw in case backs, screw down crowns, sapphire crystal glass and a 300 metre water resistance. Powering the new Breitling Superocean 2022 watches in 46mm is the Breitling 17 calibre which is automatic winding, COSC-certified and promises a power reserve of 42 hours.

Breitling SuperOcean Automatic 36 Watches

Last but certainly not least, we have a trio of smaller sized diving watches for those with daintier wrists. The Breitling Superocean Automatic 36 watches are all engineered from stainless steel and are equipped with matching silver-coloured ceramic inserts on their unidirectional bezels and metal sloped flanges for the minutes scale. The 36mm cases offer the familiar screw down case backs, screw in crowns, sapphire crystal glass and a 300 metre water resistance. They are also yet again powered by the Breitling 17 automatic winding movement.
The three Breitling Superocean Automatic 36 watches come in three dial colours: white, turquoise or orange. All ensure easy legibility with large applied indexes and hands dressed in Superluminova. The seconds hand is outlined in white on the turquoise and orange models while the white dial opts for a subtle touch of orange. The cases are secured by rubber straps in the corresponding dial colour or by a three-row link bracelet. Both straps close by a folding buckle with micro-adjustment.
Breitling’s legendary sea watch is reinvented in the new Breitling Superocean 2022 watch collection as it debuts a pared-down aesthetic reminiscent of the original Superocean Slow Motion from the 1960’s and 70’s. The release offers an abundance of choice, with four case sizes (46mm, 44mm, 42mm and 36mm), three case metals and two strap options to choose from.

Fake Breitling Premier B01 Chronograph 42 Green

The Premier collection stands out and apart from Breitling’s classic pilot and dive watches, while still leaving all its distinctive Breitling features intact. We review the flagship model of this recently launched line, with original photos by Olaf Köster.
In marked contrast to the Navitimer 1 with its instrument-like tracks around the dial, or the Chronomat with its structural unidirectional rotating bezel, the timepieces in Breitling’s Premier collection embody understatement. But if we look to the past, we can see they’re clearly identifiable as Breitling watches. Most people who choose a Breitling Premier today weren’t even born when the original Premier watches were launched in the 1940s. During that time of turmoil and new beginnings, watches in the Premier line were intended to convey reliability, value and a touch of elegance. These merits are welcome today as well and give us a chance to step away from our fast-paced world for a bit of peace and quiet.

And so the Premier collection not only recalls a different era with its name but also hits the same marks with its design as it did back in the 1940s. It is also “the first modern Breitling collection that stands for elegance in everyday life,” according to Breitling CEO Georges Kern.
Our test watch, the Replica Breitling Premier B01 Chronograph 42 Green , is the flagship of the collection. Its name makes it abundantly clear that it is equipped with Breitling manufacture movement 01, available with either a silver or blue dial with black counters. A special Bentley version is available with a British racing green dial and the Bentley Centenary Limited Edition is also available with a brown dial and a red-gold case. Our test watch was housed in stainless steel.
For the sake of clarity, let us mention here that the collection also includes chronographs with ETA/Valjoux 7750-based movements and various three-hand watches with a small seconds subdial or weekday/date displays.

Speaking of the date, on the Replica Breitling Premier B01 Chronograph 42 Green, it is easily legible at its location at 6 o’clock. Its prominent placement is made possible thanks to the reduction of displays with the chronograph movement 01, which omits the 12-hour counter and lets the offset position of the date between 4 and 5 o’clock shift to a straight up-and-down position at 6 o’clock. The two black subdials at 3 and 9 o’clock present an attractive and readable “panda” face on a white background. This bicompax arrangement places the chronograph minutes counter at 3 o’clock and a permanent small seconds subdial at 9 o’clock. This gives the Premier B01 Chronograph 42 a very balanced appearance and follows the current trend of chronographs with only two counters. Of course this only allows the timing of intervals of up to 30 minutes, but let’s be honest – who among us in these rapid-fire times needs to record extended time spans, especially since the Premier B01 Chronograph 42 was designed for “powering down.” Powering down is no problem with this Breitling manufacture movement. With its power reserve of 70 hours, the timepiece can easily be taken off the wrist and set aside for an extended “time out” without any worry of its stopping, especially since the rate results are shown to be stable despite gradually falling amplitudes. The same is true for the operation of the chronograph. The timepiece runs at an average rate of +2.4 seconds per day with amplitudes around 265 degrees. It provides chronometer-level quality in every situation, a long-standing Breitling standard for all of its timepieces.
But the Replica Breitling Premier B01 Chronograph 42 Green shows the instrumental nature Breitling is known for – more than merely chronometer performance. The center-mounted stopwatch hand has a red tip that travels around a delicate but fully legible tachymeter track, which is expertly printed on the black flange ring around the dial, and glides above the seconds track that is divided in thirds to reflect the 4-Hz rhythm of the Caliber 01 automatic movement. The precision and accuracy Breitling is known for is beautifully staged beneath a domed anti-glare sapphire crystal that reveals a certain retro charm. It is a nod to the past, just like the Premier logo on the dial: Premier models in the 1940s were the first Breitling watches to bear the product name on the dial. Its understated elegance extends even as far as the minimal application of luminous material on the hour and minutes hands – enough to barely read the time in poor lighting conditions. By contrast, legibility during the day is excellent. The watch’s sporty stainless-steel case boasts both polished and brushed-finish surfaces and is pressure-resistant and water-resistant to 10 bar (100 meters). Its 42.5-mm diameter meets current tastes – while it’s not nearly as large as other Breitling watches, it’s definitely not small. Its 13.81-mm height is not readily apparent thanks to carefully considered architecture that ensures that the watch doesn’t look overpowering. A narrow, stepped bezel and angular threaded caseback with a sapphire viewing window overlap a smaller midsection with engraved grooves along its body. The crown does not screw down and is easy to grasp and turn for manual winding, and can be pulled out smoothly and firmly into the individual operating positions. The modern-looking, elongated square pusher at 2 o’clock requires some pressure to start the chronograph function. It’s much easier to stop and reset using a similar pusher at 4 o’clock. The lugs are steep and angular; polished top surfaces add to the overall elegance of the Premier B01 Chronograph 42. It also fits well and snugly on a smaller wrist as the lugs bend downward. The leather strap is fastened to the lugs with curved spring bars. But for a larger wrist, the strap almost feels a bit too short – especially if you need to insert the prong into the last hole to fasten it. Otherwise, the solution is comfortable with side buttons to open the elegantly simple, single-sided folding clasp.

Breitling Endurance Pro Ironman World Championship

In partnership with the world-famous IRONMAN Triathlon, Breitling introduce the Endurance Pro, now including the exclusive Breitling Endurance Pro IRONMAN.

Read on to explore how Breitling unite high precision, innovative materials and the vibrant spirit of the IRONMAN Triathlon to create the ultimate athleisure timepiece.
The Breitling Endurance Pro Ironman Triathlon is one of a series of long-distance triathlon races, consisting of a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride and a marathon 26-mile run. The Ironman is considered as one of the most challenging one-day sporting events in the world. Breitling’s Triathlon Squad have built an impressive record in IRONMAN events around the world.
German triathlete, Jan Frodeno is not only a 2008 Olympic gold medallist, but also a three-time IRONMAN World Champion and a two-time IRONMAN World Champion. In 2019, Frodeno recorded a best overall course time at the IRONMAN World Championship, winning in 7:51:13. Daniela Ryf, a native of Breitling’s home country of Switzerland, is a five-time IRONMAN 70.3 World Champion and four-time IRONMAN World Champion. The third squad member is Chris “Macca” McCormack from Australia, who has claimed two IRONMAN World Championship titles – in 2007 and again in 2010. He also won the 2012 ITU Long Distance World Championships.
Breitling and IRONMAN have come together in partnership to co-design the Breitling Endurance Pro Ironman watches, creating a series of watches which represent the pinnacle of athleisure. The Breitling Endurance Pro Ironman collection is made up of a set of perfectly lightweight and vibrant luxury sports watches which combine the best of innovation and precision with fun, colourful design. The launch features two new watches: a red version, built for sports and timekeeping enthusiasts, and a black and gold piece exclusive for IRONMAN race finishers.
The new Breitling Endurance Pro Ironman collection is built with sport and athleisure at its heart. The 44mm watch case is created using Breitlight, a material 3.3 times lighter than titanium and 5.8 times lighter than steel, but significantly harder. This pioneering material also features an impressive resistance to scratches, traction and corrosion. Its hypoallergenic and antimagnetic properties along with its thermal stability contribute to making this watch more comfortable for the wearer in comparison with traditional metals.
The IRONMAN is powered by the Breitling Caliber 82, a COSC-certified thermocompensated SuperQuartz movement that is ten times more precise than regular quartz and offers a battery life of approximately three to four years. The bidirectional rotating bezel has engraved compass points, and the tactile moulded crown provides excellent grip and allows you to wind at ease. The hour and minute hands are coated with SuperLumiNova, making them legible even in limited lighting conditions. Along with a small-second sub-dial, there are 1/10th second and 30-minute chronograph counters that have also been designed for easy reading.

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