Breitling Superoean Chronograph Steelfish is a new member of the 2014 dive watch collection. Although I didn’t spend a lot of time thinking about or studying Breitling Replica Watches, they have a very strong connection with aviation in my mind. A closer look at their logo (and their latest release) reveals that they are not only satisfied with the airflow – they also want to accompany you to travel under the waves. Perhaps a better way of thinking about the brand masks my engineering training: Breitling – suitable for all journeys dominated by fluid dynamics.
No matter how you look at the brand, it is undeniable that the Breitling Superocean chronograph Steelfish is designed to be a diving watch, because the ratchet bezel will tell us soon. Surprisingly, Swiss Breitling Watches did not paint the figures on the bezel or even the ceramic filler, but embedded the rubber in the numbers. This is an interesting touch, very diving theme; time will tell how good this is. Another major indicator of watch dive status comes from the (lucky color match) small font under the date and date window, where you can see the WR rating of 500 meters.
The automatic movement is COSC certified (like all Breitling Replica movements) and is called Calibre 13. It should be proven to be reliable (and well protected) in a 44mm stainless steel case. Although the image we currently have shows a black dial, there are also blue and silver dials, as well as some rubber strap options. The bracelet is priced at $6,250 and the three rubber straps range in price from $5,750 to $6,050.