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Since 1957, the Superocean has earned a solid reputation in the field of diver's watches. Its chronograph version, for example, features exceptional technical specifications. As a genuine seagoing instrument, the Chrono Superocean is water-resistant up to 500 meters (1,650 feet); it is also equipped with safety push-pieces ensuring enhanced resistance and effective protection against shocks. Thanks to this system, the push-pieces may only be activated after unscrewing the restraining ring holding them in place. The Superocean chronograph is synonymous with excellent legibility, thanks to its over-sized hands and sapphire crystal glareproofed on both sides, a treatment applied without exception to all Breitling models. The chrono Superocean is fitted with a special version of Breitling Calibre 13 driving day and date displays; a sturdy, precise and reliable movement that has repeatedly proven it worth, on land, in the air and now under the sea.


- Selfwinding mechanical movement
- Day & date display
- Central seconds hand with stop function
- Screw-in crown & chrono pushers
- Sapphire glass, anti-reflective on both sides.
- Water-resistant 500m


- Calibre: Breitling 13
- Vibrations: 28,800 vph
- Jewels: 25
- Power-reserve: 42 hours minimum
- Winding: automatic

Technical Specs:

- Glass: sapphire, anti-reflective
- Crown: screw-locked, 2 gaskets
- Chrono Pushers: screw-locked
- Chronograph: 1/4th second, 30 minutes, 12 hours
- Bezel: Unidirectional, ratcheted
- Water-resistant: 500m (1,650 feet)
- Case diameter: 42.00 mm
- Case height: 15.10 mm
- Case material: Stainless steel
- Weight: 117.60 grams (on stainless steel Pro II bracelet)
- Interhorn width: 20/18mm

List price:
Chrono Superocean on ProII bracelet: $3,540
Chrono Superocean on leather strap: $3,270
Chrono Superocean on Diver Pro strap: $3,195

Text & photo credit Breitling SA
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Hey Scott,
I'm sure I saw one of these last night on the wrist of the baddy in the movie "Redeye" (silly movie), I rewound and freeze-framed several times (using our version of TIVO) and you can't mistake the rider tabs on the bezel, or the elaborate "B" on the seconds hand, but it looks like they did the old trick of editing out the text on the dial so it was a 'generic' watch :mad:
probably just as well, since we wouldn't want Breitling associated with nutters like the guy on the movie last night :wink:
(As opposed to 'good guys' like Leonardo DeCaprio wearing his Super Avenger in "Blood Diamond" :001_smile:)
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