|Case Size||41 mm|
|Precious Stone||On Dial|
|Water Resistance (Meters)||300|
|Glass Material||Sapphire Crystal|
|Warranty Period||5 Years|
Breitling Chronomat 41
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Ever since its inception in 1884, the Breitling institution has symbolised power and perfection. Founded by Leon Breitling, in Switzerland, the institution started producing watches, which were associated with fliers. The company became the official supplier to the Royal Air Force, and ever since, it has continued to produce a large number of pieces, which reflect the fearlessness and boldness of those wearing it. The company attributes a part of its success to the aviation boom in the 20th century. A historic event in the history of watches was the collaboration of the Swiss watch maker with the British car maker, Bentley. Other collections that exemplify the company’s excellence are the Chronomat , the Superocean, and Transocean among many others.
A captivating piece designed for men who want to assert their style with an edge, the Breitling AB014012/G712/378A model is an addition to the Chronomat 41 series. Circular in shape, the stainless steel case measures 41mm in diameter. A mother of pearl dial features luminous silver hands and sub dials, incorporated in the piece. Eight diamonds are majestically embedded in this masterpiece, making it a pure work of art. To add to its pulchritude, the case back incorporates a scratch resistant sapphire crystal. A date window is elegantly located between the 4 and 5 o'clock positions. The stainless steel case and strap give the metallic piece a futuristic look.
Breitling boasts of not just brilliantly designed timepieces, but also of pieces with the most high end technology. Housing automatic movement and Breitling caliber 01, the piece ensures precision of time. It has a 70 hour power reserve, and a very high frequency of 28,000 vibrations per hour. It is equipped with a screw locked crown, and is also water resistant up to 300 meters, rendering it durable. The bezel is uni-directional and rotatable. It is a piece that re-iterates why Breitling is a master in the art of watch making.
The original Chronomat was born in 1941 in Switzerland by Breitling SA and has been marketed ever since as the most sought after Breitling collection. The time-piece evolved as a standard aviation chronograph watch for the Italian aerobatics team, Frecce Tricolori, equipped with all features desired in a professional pilot's watch. The symbolic crown and chronograph push-pieces which have become an identity to the Breitling Chronomater time-pieces were used for the first time along with a robust case make and ergonomic shapes of the lugs. This collection was also the pioneer series to contain the brand’s in-house B01 Calibre in 2009.
The Breitling Chronomat 44 is the star of the reputed series. Available in 4 versions including all-steel, steel with a bezel bearing 4 gold markers, steel with a gold bezel and all-gold, this is the unmatched chronograph for all pilots and houses a Bretiling Caliber 01 with a water-resistance of 500 metres. The Chronomat GMT is yet another jewel in the Breitling collection, a niche traveller’s watch that offers a unique crown-adjustable second time-zone in a sturdy 47 mm diameter case.
2014 marked the 30th anniversary of the most significant collection of the Swiss watchmaking company, the Breitling Chronomat pilot's watch. This joyous occasion was marked by the release of four dashing new models of the Breitling Chronomat Airborne collection at Bazelworld 2014, all of which are reminiscent of the pioneer Frecce Tricolori Chronomat. This supremely popular series is available in two sizes, 41mm and 44mm diameter and two dial colours, Onyx black and Sierra silver.
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