|Series||Transocean Chronograph 1461|
|Features||Chronograph, Day-Date, Moon Phase|
|Case Size||46 mm|
|Water Resistance (Meters)||100|
|Glass Material||Sapphire Crystal|
|Warranty Period||2 Years|
Breitling Transocean Chronograph 1461
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Breitling was founded by Leon Breitling, in St. Imer, in Switzerland, for a very specific purpose; to specialise in making chronographs. Ever since its inception in 1884, the brand became a benchmark for aviator watches. In addition to catering to the elite, and becoming associated with flying, Breitling also got official recognition as the supplier to the Royal Air Force in 1936. In recent years, Breitling has also tied up with Bentley motors to create, ‘a new art of living.’ Breitling designs have become synonymous with objects of beauty and precision. The initial designs have been altered to suit changing need of time, and hence a plethora of collections have been added to the heritage of the company.
With an ultra tech look and high end mechanisms, the Transocean chronograph 1461, also known as model number A1931012/G750/154A, is one of the very few watches in the world displaying the entire calendar. Enclosed in a 43mm stainless steel case, the circular silver dial incorporates luminescent hands and markers. Three smaller windows representing day, date, month and moon phase are impeccably placed amidst this timepiece. A convex sapphire crystal, embellishing the case, is glare proof on both sides.
The steel mesh bracelet attached to it adds a vintage touch The metallic touch of the watch lends the watch with a futuristic look. Not only futuristic in its look, but also in its functions; the watch of the future has arrived.
A symbol of precision, the watch has non-screw locked crown with two gaskets. Water resistant up to 50 meters, the watch can be used for all kinds of daily activities. It houses self winding mechanical movement in chronometer Cartier caliber 19. With a high frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour, and a calendar indicating the minutest details, including moon phases, make it a masterpiece that has attained ultimate horological precision.
Riding on the success of the Navitimer, Breitling first launched the Transocean in 1958. With its traditional, refined design, the collection was an instant hit thanks to the post World War II mind-set of the populace. Its introductory logo, ""Men who have faith in the mighty liners of the sky will trust the Transocean, for behind every Breitling wristwatch lies the experience of aviation precision,"" appealed to the sentiments of the citizens who accepted this watch with open arms. Keeping in mind its credentials, Breitling revived the Transocean collection in 2010.
The primary appeal of the Transocean collection lies in its superior chronographic technology combined with a look of classic and quiet sophistication. Though the level of functionality offered differs from version to version, all time pieces from this line uniformly boast self-winding mechanical movements that are chronometer certified by the COSC. The collection comprises several versions that range from simplistic to technology loaded chronographs. With steel or 18K rose gold cases ranging from 38-46mm, the watches have fixed bezels that enhance their traditional appearance. Date windows feature on the round dials of most editions of the Transocean whilst two to four subdials on the timepieces support date, day, month and moon phase pointers. Certain models sport tachymeter scales on the outermost rim of the dial. The case is protected by domed glare-proof sapphire for a scratch resistant and durable finish. The dial is available in a number of colours, with applied hour markers that are luminescence filled for maximum visibility. A number of options are available on the straps of the timepieces, including woven steel mesh bracelets and padded leather belts.
In 2012, Breitling announced the world renowned footballer David Beckham as their brand ambassador, and in particular, as the face of the new Transocean Chronograph Unitime. Shot by the American photographer Anthony Mandler, the advertisements show Beckham sporting a steel mesh Transocean Chronograph Unitime, and standing in front of the Calfifornia Mojave Air and Space Port.
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