The Breitling Chronomat Collection

Chronomat B01 42 with a silver dial and black contrasting chronograph counters

Introduced in 1984, when extra-thin quartz timepieces were the order of the day, Breitling placed a bold bet on an impressive mechanical watch that became an icon of its era. Nearly 40 years later, the Chronomat has been redesigned for a new generation of fans. Every chronograph in the new collection comes with legacy features that make it instantly recognisable: the signature rotating bezel highlighted by rider tabs, the interchangeable rider tabs at 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock, enabling the wearer to either a ‘count up’ or ‘count down’, and the highly recognisable stainless-steel integrated Rouleaux bracelet, with a butterfly clasp. The watches in the collection are powered by the Breitling Manufacture Caliber 01, an in-house mechanical movement with power reserve of about 70 hours. Like all Breitling watches, the Chronomats are COSC-certified chronometers. Chronomat B01 42 has a 42-millimeter stainless-steel case with a choice of a silver, copper, or blue dial, with black contrasting chronograph counters. Chronomat Bentley celebrates Breitling’s partnership with the great British luxury car brand. It has a 42-millimeter stainless-steel case, with a green dial and black contrasting chronograph counters. Chronomat Frecce Tricolori Limited Edition has a blue dial featuring tone-on-tone sub-dials, and the Frecce Tricolori logo on the dial. This watch is limited to 250 pieces. For those who want to take sporty luxury to a whole new level, there is also a Chronomat B01 42 with a striking 18K red gold case, presented on a black rubber strap, with an 18K red gold folding clasp.

The Breitling SuperOcean Heritage ’57 Capsule Collection



Superocean Heritage ’57 Capsule Collection & Superocean Heritage ’57 Limited Edition

This collection takes its design inspiration from the brand’s original SuperOcean watches from 1957, that embodied the cool, laid-back surfing lifestyle of the 1950s and 1960s. The watches come with two dial options: a classic black dial or a blue dial, with a black vintageinspired leather strap, with a pin or folding buckle. They are also available with an integrated Ocean Classic stainless-steel bracelet. One of the standout design features of this model is its bidirectional concave stainless-steel bezel with an ultrahard scratch and shock-resistant ceramic bezel ring, whose luminescent dot at the 12 o’clock is an ideal feature for a dive watch. The timepieces in this collection are powered by the Breitling Caliber 10, which offers a power reserve of around 42 hours. The collection also features the SuperOcean Heritage ’57 Limited Edition, a watch that is all about colour. It has a 42-millimeter stainless-steel case and bidirectional rotating bezel with an ultrahard black ceramic bezel ring, and a black dial. But the real highlights are the splashes of colour marking the hours at 12, 3, 6, and 9 o’clock on the dial, making it easier to read in different lighting conditions. The hour markers, and the hour and minute hands are coated with Super-Luminova in the rainbow graduation of colours.