When it comes to rugged and utilitarian watches, Breitling is the king of the hill. Known for fitting every watch they make with a COSC certified chronometer movement, Breitling watches are made for function, not just form. From aviation, to diving, to long sea faring journeys, you can be sure Breitling has it covered.
Aviation. The Montbrilliant model is equipped with an aviators slide rule as well as a chronograph. Tools that every pilot needs and will heavily rely on. Its is named for the building on the Ruelle Montbrillaint that housed the Breitling workshops from 1892 to 1979, and the caseback is embossed with an image of this historical site.
Diving. With a water resistance rating of 5000 feet, fitted with a safety valve to balance air pressure, a rotating bezel to keep track of dive time, and extra large luminous markers for optimal legibility under water, the Breitling Superocean model is a peerless diving model that no only looks great, but keeps you safe in the depths.
Seafaring journeys. The Transocean model by Breitling is ideal for the long haul. The complicated semi perpetual calendar is crafted to require adjustment only once every 4 years, and with a tachymeter scale, chronograph and moonphase, there is really not much this watch does not do. The perfect companion for a long trip abroad.
For almost any need, Breitling has a function that covers you. Its one of the many reasons that Breitling watches have been desirable and widely popular for almost 150 years, and will surely continue to be so.
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