This week at Swiss watch show Baselword, Breitling revealed the new version of their sporty diver, the Superocean. The restyled Superocean II retains the overall feel of its predecessor, with a handsomely refreshed dial featuring large luminescent numerals and the addition of smaller military numerals. Powered by Breitling’s Calibre 17 automatic movement, the Superocean II also slims down the case thickness for added comfort. The new model is available in three case diameters – 36, 42, and 44mm – and with the sizing, the water proofing ranges from 200 to 500 to 1000 meters respectively. The Superocean II looks sharp in black with a steel bracelet, but don’t overlook the blue dial or new Ocean Racer rubber strap either. Pricing also varies with options, but to give you an idea – the 42mm with a steel bracelet has an SRP of $3,900. MORE INFO AT BREITLING.COM
If you liked the Breitling Superocean, check out the new larger Superocean 44. This diving watch is water resistant up to 2,000 meters, where it will still perform with it’s self-winding automatic movement. As a diving watch should, it has a unidirectional rotating bezel to ensure you know how much time is left in your tank. While it’s crafted to be a precision diving instrument, this watch will also look great casually or at the office. The color accents are available in yellow (pictured), blue, red, orange, and white. You’ll also have a choice of rubber, leather, or metal band. Coming soon with the price $TBD.
Designed to work 5,000 ft underwater the new Breitling Superocean is built with the utmost quality that the watchmaker has been known for since 1884. The black bezel with large numerals is secured under cambered sapphire crystal, and time is powered by automatic movement. As pictured, the new Superocean watch comes in three bracelet options, all of which will look great whether you’re deep sea diving or in a conference room. There’s also colored dial options for an additional accent. Suggested Retail is around $2,700.