September 09, 2014 @ 04:07 PM

Breitling Superocean Chronograph Steelfish

Breitling sets out to conquer the ocean depths with a special series combining the legendary performances of the Superocean with a sporting and technical look of the first water.


 
Breitling sets out to conquer the ocean depths with a special series combining the legendary performances of the Superocean with a sporting and technical look of the first water.
 
An authentic seagoing instrument, this aptly named model is distinguished by its broad ratcheted bezel featuring a highly professional style including black rubber-in-crusted numerals and markings; as well as by its oversized twin day-date windows.
 
The case, which is 44mm in diametre – displays a satin-brushed finish on the top as well as polished sides; its sturdiness and its water-resistance to 500m (1,650ft) are enhanced by a screw-locked crown with protective reinforcements and by push-pieces that cannot be activated until they are unlocked. The large Arabic numerals and hands with a luminescent coating combine with a thick sapphire crystal glare-proofed on both sides to guarantee optimal readability in all circumstances.
 
The Superocean Chronograph Steelfish special edition is available with a black, silver or blue dial and fitted with a steel bracelet or rubber strap. To preserve optimal precision come hell or high water, it is equipped with a self-winding chronograph – the Breitling Caliber 13 – that is officially chronometer certified by the COSC (Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute) – as indeed are all Breitling movements.

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