Navitimer needs no further introduction. Since 1952, it has been the archetypal pilot’s watch, and the gold standard in the world of aviation thanks to its legendary slide rule. Its aesthetic appearance has never changed – perfect balance and functionality right off the drawing board.1 11
The Chronoliner is both macho and high-tech, offering a fresh take on one of the brand’s classics from the 50s and 60s. Featuring a ceramic bezel, chronometer certified movement, and second time band, the Chronoliner also benefits from the manufacture’s latest technological advances, ensuring it really is a pilot’s watch.2 11
The Chronomat’s powerful frame has become a legend, having come to define the Breitling style of “Instruments for Professionals”. The collection has successfully stood the test of time and proved its versatility, ranging from sporty to sophisticated – or alternatively, combining the best of both worlds in the very epitome of sporty-chic.3 11
Breitling makes watches for professionals – and seafarers have not been not forgotten. The Superocean collection unashamedly proclaims its ancestry, clad in colours from the 1950s when it first came into being and featuring a Milanese mesh, further highlighting its vintage ancestry. This historic piece has lost none of its technical dive watch features.4 11
Breitling’s uncompromising Avenger collection has become synonymous with exacting standards, redefining the functionality, technical prowess, and sturdiness of twenty-first century watchmaking – coupled with the benefit of over 130 years of experience. Boasting new-generation alloys, optimised comfort, and improved readability, these “Instruments for Professionals” are setting new standards.5 11
Breitling’s Transocean collection instantly evokes travel – it’s an ode to the first long-haul transatlantic flights, for which the manufacture provided the pilots’ timepieces. Firmly in the style of the vintage watch, the line features the most useful complications for travelling, such as a second time band, date, and even a perpetual calendar.6 11
Featuring more restrained diameters, yet retaining the functionality and technical prowess of timepieces made for daily use, Breitling’s Galactic collection distils the manufacture’s excellence in a design that combines innovation with its illustrious past. Readability, large rider tabs, sturdiness, elegance: connoisseurs of the winged B brand will be on familiar ground.7 11
Breitling’s only dive watch – and thus a sought-after collectors’ item. In it, the manufacture has incorporated everything it has learned from the world of aviation, especially in terms of sturdiness and readability. The new models come in 42 mm and 46 mm versions; the Milanese strap versions in particular bear witness to their 1950s pedigree.8 11
Drawing inspiration from the 1940s and the legendary aviation slide rule, the Montbrillant 01 chronograph’s name pays tribute to the building in Ruelle Montbrillant that housed Breitling’s workshops in La Chaux-de-Fonds between 1892 and 1979. Fitted with a Breitling 01 manufacture caliber, it combines tradition and innovation in a timepiece for lovers of genuine, traditional watchmaking.9 11
One of Breitling’s emblematic models, and an affordable way to enjoy all the manufacture’s technical prowess and other attributes – a chronometer certified movement, large rider tabs at 12, 3, 6, and 9 o’clock, a date window, and excellent readability. Colt embodies the very essence of Breitling – and is now available in men’s and ladies’ versions.10 11
This collection is a reminder that Breitling remains a leading reference in technical watches for professionals. Combining the power and precision of quartz with the usual specifications for field watches, the Emergency is still Breitling’s standard-bearer, but no longer alone – now, the brand has extended its knowhow to include connected watches, too.11 11
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Founded in 1884, Breitling has made its mark on the world of watchmaking and aviation thanks to its chronographs, all chronometer-certified by the COSC and worn by pilots. The first chronographs bearing the signature of Léon Breitling appeared in the late 19th century. The company’s historical achievements include the invention of the double-pusher wrist chronograph, the development of Superquartz, which is ten times more accurate than standard quartz, and the creation of a watch with a built-in emergency micro-transmitter, the famous Emergency. Collections including the Navitimer, Avenger, Montbrillant, Chronomat and Superocean delight watch enthusiasts looking for watches offering faultless precision and capable for the most extreme conditions.
“Instruments for Professionals“
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