Unabashed opulence with a Mother of pearl face, studded diamonds and rounded stainless steel case. Automatic chronograph movement.
A special watch like this will likely only be used on special occasions.
A sporty choice for daily wear with all the features and functionality of more expensive chronographs.
Leather band limits its use around water.
Dressy and elegant quartz movement ladies' Breitling. Unique mother of pearl face surrounded by factory set diamonds in the bezel.
Might be too formal for everyday wear.
A distinguished and refreshingly complex world time chronograph pilot's watch. Luxurious woven steel band and stainless steel case. Easy to set and maintain across time zones. 70 hours power reserve.
Face may be too busy for casual use.
The Swiss watch is a status symbol, and the storied Breitling watches are part of that rich heritage. Breitling watches began in 1889, when watchmaker Leon Breitling obtained a patent for a simplified chronograph. Since then, the firm has been the instigator of many milestones in the industry. The designs and quality of the watches makes them coveted pieces, with the chronographer-centric past showing in the classic style of the watches. These watches make exquisite jewelry pieces too — some include mother of pearl and diamonds in the face. Some are truly remarkable, like the Transocean Chronograph Unitime, a world time pilot’s watch that’s the ultimate accessory for travelers.
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