Category Archives: Breitling

Breitling Avenger Hurricane 12H Watch

Nreitling debuted an all-new Avenger with a 24-hour movement set in a hulking 50mm “Breitlight” polymer case at its 2016 Baselworld showing. The new watch was as lightweight and “deceptively cool”  that deserved a smaller, more approachable treatment. Well, for those hoping that this year’s show would bring a wearable 44 or even 46mm variant,… Read More »

Breitling Navitimer 1884 – A Limited Edition Piece that Celebrates the Foundation of the Brand

The Grenchen watchmaker has released a new restricted edition timekeeper. It is named Navitimer 1884, which simultaneously celebrates the foundation of the brand (which took place in 1884) and one of the best known series of Breitling. Come with the famed 1952 slide rule, the watch  was present in the original Navitimer model. Additionally, its… Read More »

2 Extreme Dive Watches

The Breitling Superocean Chronograph M2000 has a chronograph that can be operated at a depth of 2,000 meters underwater. The watch is the first to feature a patented magnetic push-piece system, in which the chronograph controls are operated via the metal of the case. Along with the screw-locked crown and the 4-mm-thick sapphire crystal, these… Read More »

New Breitling For Bentley GMT B04 S Carbon Body

Breitling demonstrated a flair for innovating with new materials in its Baselworld 2016 product launches — like ceramic for baseplates and bridges in its new Chronoworks caliber, and an exclusive new alloy, Breitlight, for the case of its Avenger Hurricane watch. This year’s new Breitling for Bentley watch continues the theme, with a case made… Read More »

Reviewing Breitling Chronomat First Watch

Launched in 1941, the Breitling Chronomat was based on a patent document that Breitling submitted in 1940: patent number 217012 granted protection for an instrument-style wristwatch with a circular slide rule. This clever system made it quick and relatively easy to perform various measurements and mathematical operations, e.g., the conversion of speeds or distances from… Read More »

Reviewing Breitling Cockpit B50

Breitling is famous for its pilots’ watches, which include not just mechanical models but multifunction quartz ones as well. The best known of these has been the Breitling Emergency, which, with its  integrated emergency call transmitter, has saved numerous victims of air crashes or maritime accidents. Last year the brand introduced the Breitling Cockpit B50,… Read More »

Previewing Breitling Avenger Bandit Watch

Fans of Breitling’s macho tone, refined aesthetics, and hearty build will likely find the new Breitling Avenger Bandit watch satisfying. You won’t confuse many other watches for a Breitling, but you sometimes have to look closely to distinguish between the models themselves. In other words, the brand has a strong and distinct identity, and this… Read More »

An Brief Introducing Of Breitling Aerospace Evo Night Mission

Breitling Aerospace recently introduced counted Evo night group, in a new black satin matte titanium case presented. To celebrate the analog – digital thermal compensation Superquartz multi-functional watches will have a 30th anniversary special 300 version with a yellow dial. The Aerospace Evo Night Mission timepiece is powered by caliber 79 and features an array… Read More »

5 Affordable Breitling Watches for New Collectors

Many brands offer aviation-themed timepieces, but when you think of fighter pilots and the instrument watches made for them, chances are that one brand comes to mind: Breitling. Here are five Breitling watches that are in stores now at accessible prices. Breitling Colt Automatic. Breitling created the Colt in the 1980s. Originally intended for use… Read More »

Vintage Breitling: the Expert Interviews

Written by Michael Stockton on Jul 20, 2015 Breitling is a brand that we recently featured as one of our top buys for collectors in our Vintage Market Update – The Chronographs. I mentioned that there’s a broad back catalog of pieces worthy of consideration due to their looks and innovative features. When I published… Read More »