Breitling Chronomat 44 (IB011012.A698.375A)

  • Catalog:
    Chronomat
  • Brand:
    Breitling
  • Item SKU:JEL591331XWR
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    In Stock
  • Model:
    IB011012.A698.375A
  • Name:Chronomat 44
  • Dial:Mother of pearl
  • Movement:Automatic
  • Watch Label:Swiss Made
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Breitling Chronomat 44 (IB011012.A698.375A)
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Breitling IB011012.A698.375A Information:

Case

  • Bezel:60-0 (Pilot)
  • Glass:Sapphire
  • Back:Closed
  • Shape:Round
  • Diameter:44.00 mm
  • W_R:500.00 m

Dial

  • Color:Mother of pearl
  • Indexes:Diamond index

Movement

  • Column wheel chronograph movement with vertical clutch.
  • Type:Automatic
  • Brand:Breitling
  • Caliber:B01
  • Display:Analog
  • Jewels:47
  • Reserve:70 h
  • Frequency:28800 bph
  • Time:Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds
  • Date:Date
  • Chronograph:Chronograph, Column wheel
  • Additionals:Chronometer

Breitling IB011012.A698.375A Watch Description:

Breitling Chronomat 44

With the Chronomat 44, Breitling has created a second and highly exclusive version of its leading Chronomat model, which is asserting itself more strongly than ever as the benchmark among mechanical chronographs. This top-notch instrument is equipped with Caliber 01, the first movement entirely developed and produced in-house. A reliable, sturdy and accurate motor brilliantly embodying the philosophy of Breitling chronographs – and as such naturally chronometer-certified. The Chronomat 44 also stands out for the strong character of its masterfully reinterpreted design. From the overall lines to the smallest finishing detail, it reveals a concern for aesthetic sophistication and luxury that place it in a league of its own within the world of chronographs. The unidirectional rotating bezel is adorned with exclusive engraved numerals. The dials, available in hour-marker or Roman numeral versions, display their information with exemplary clarity enhanced by a clever play on colors, materials and depth effects. As an authentic Breitling “instrument for professionals”, the Chronomat 44 is also built to face the most extreme conditions. Its construction affords excellent protection against impacts and its water resistance to 500 meters (1,660 ft) represents a performance worthy of a professional diver’s watch.

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Breitling Chronomat 44 (IB011012.A698.375A)

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    Lettres du Brassus - N°09

    “Today is Monday, the 31st of January”. That is how people customarily recite a full calendar date. Why is it then that watches customarily don't express or display a date in that way? All too often the date is found in one part of the dial display, the day of the week somewhere else and the month in yet a third place. Disjointed.
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    As the name suggests there is even more functionality beyond the annual calendar which has been incorporated into this new Villeret movement, that of a time zone or GMT watch. The dial offers two time displays. Conventional large hour and minute hands and a subdial with a 24 hour indication. The large hour hand can be advanced or retarded in one hour jumps via the crown while the 24 hour hand remains unchanged. This allows for easy setting of the large time display to a new local time zone (presuming that the owner has traveled across time zones and wants to have the watch set to the new local time) leaving the 24 subdial to read home time. This is the perfect arrangement for travelers who want to read local time easily and have a ready reference for home time.
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