|Features||Date, Unidirectional Rotating Bezel|
|Case Size||44 mm|
|Water Resistance (Meters)||200|
|Glass Material||Sapphire Crystal|
|Warranty Period||2 Years|
Breitling Colt Automatic
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Breitling has made a name for itself in the watch making field, as presently it produces some of the best chronographs in the world. The watch house was established in 1884, and it was in the year 1957, that this brand started producing timepieces designed especially for divers. Breitling now is known to produce timepieces, which are equipped with chronometer certified movements. This company designs, engineers, and manufactures timepieces, which are all certified chronometers. Several collections from the house of Breitling have become popular because of their design and performance. These include the Navitimer, Chronomat, Aerospace, and Colt collections.
The model A1738811/BD44/173A belongs to the Colt series, from the house of Breitling. This watch is multi-functional and beautiful to look at, at the same time. It has a black toned dial encased in a stainless steel case of 44mm. The hour markers are made of luminescent fill, and are engraved on the dial itself. An Arabic numeral is used at the 12 o’clock position to indicate the hour, and break the monotony of the stick indices.
The unidirectional rotatable bezel is crafted from stainless steel. It has hour markers on it, and also features 4 riders. The bracelet is crafted from steel, and has an appealing linked pattern. The combination of black and silver, which has been used in this particular timepiece, gives it a classic yet contemporary look.
Sapphire crystal has been used to make the glass, which protects the dial. It also features an anti-reflective coating to ensure easy readability of time. Automatic movement has been used to power this timepiece. This sturdy timepiece is water resistant up to 200m, and so it is perfect for use during various underwater activities. This is analogue watch has a date display window at the 3o’clock position.
An endeavour to make classic timepieces for the armed forces expanded into the ever accessible Breitling Colt collection in the 1980s. The novelty of the Colt series lies in the quintessentially Breitling features incorporated into these timekeepers. Reliability and sturdiness have become synonymous with this line of luxury time-pieces. This is quintessentially a military watch.
The Breitling Colt offers some exclusive features that are distinctive to the Colt collection. With the signature Breitling feature, the broad unidirectional rotating bezel with a satin-brushed finish and engraved hour markers with 4 rider tabs; the Breitling Colt collection assumes a contemporary and unique look for the models. Another feature classic to Colt timepieces is the large and stylish screw-locked crown on a polished steel case. The models are generally water resistant to 200 metres (660 ft). A circular raised motif on the dial with the luminescent hour-markers makes for an eye-catching collection. The Breitling Colt collection is popular in Volcano Black, Mariner Blue and Stratus Silver colours painted on the dial. The satin-brushed steel bracelet may be replaced with a rubber or leather strap, according to the wearer’s choice. The new Colt model in the Colt 2014 collection features a stunning SuperQuartz movement reputed to be ten times more accurate than standard Quartz.
2014 saw a revamp of the Breitling Colt collection with the launch of four enterprising additions, a Quartz chronograph model ,a Colt Quartz model, Colt Lady model and a Colt Automatic. Reaching out to give a fresh tug to the original military spirit, these time-pieces are incorporated with all the features a true Breitling watch stands for.
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