This classy dress watch features a rare mechanical function – a tourbillon with a second hand that can be hacked and instantly set to zero.
Another nice take of the wandering hours complication by the Neuchâtel-based brand. Three satellite-discs gravitate around the central minutes, while the one-minute flying tourbillon performs its own dance.
A complicated collectors’ piece in bronze with a monopusher rattrapante chrono and some interesting dial layout features.
Working with the conservation group Ocean Conservancy, Breitling organized a beach cleanup in Bali to celebrate the launch of the new chronograph limited to 1000 pieces.
Meet the masculine hi-tech brother of the timeless horology classics.
The Heritage Collection greets new models in white gold. The 39.5mm watch is available in three 10-piece limited editions with oven-fired white, black or blue enamel.
Let’s put chimes and hammers of the minute repeater right on the dial. And don’t forget the flying tourbillon!