Breitling has long been purveyor of chronographs to pilots, but in the 1950's, the popularity of dive watches like the Rolex Submariner and Blancpain Fifty Fathoms pushed Breitling to enter that race.
In 1957, Breitling released both a time-only dive watch, the SuperOcean Reference 1004, and a chronograph in the form of the Reference 807. These watches would be the start of a long lasting and ever evolving line of nautical watches loved by many.
The watch that you're looking at here is one of Breitling's contemporary takes on that original Reference 807 chronograph.
With its 45mm stainless steel case and matching mesh bracelet, this watch is surprisingly well balanced and proportioned for its size. Featuring a luminous satin black dial with matching broad arrow handset, a black ceramic rotating dive bezel, a chronograph complication with a date at 3:00, and of course - water resistance suitable for daily-wear and beyond, this watch packs a a big punch in both the function and the looks department.
Furthermore, this watch comes with its box, leather watch tube, books, warranty card, punched papers, and COSC hangtag. This is a great opportunity to take an excellent contemporary Breitling for a spin!
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